The Chancellor has used his ‘mini-budget’ to announce a series of measures that will supposedly ease the burden of the cost of living crisis for ordinary people.
We don’t think his measures go nearly far enough. Do you?
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He may have promised a reduction in fuel duty of 5p a litre, but what help is there for people who don’t have a car?
He’s promised to raise the threshold at which people start paying National Insurance, cancelling out the additional money the Treasury was hoping to gain through the National Insurance hike (or ‘health and social care levy’) announced last year. Is the Chancellor simply trying to backtrack without admitting he was wrong? All this new promise does is take us back to square one, doing little to alleviate the increasing cost pressures people are going to face.
He’s promised new support for homeowners with a VAT exemption on the purchase of energy-saving technologies like solar panels and heat pumps - support he erroneously claimed was only possible because of Brexit. But even with a VAT exemption, these costly technologies will still be out of reach for most. And there’s no word on how renters are supposed to benefit from this.
Sunak has once again fallen rather short.
But that’s what we think. We want to know what your concerns are now that we’ve had a chance to digest that rather limp budget.
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We want to know what concerns are top of your mind as we approach this period of economic uncertainty - and we want to know what you think of Sunak’s grand statements.
Please do take a moment to fill in our survey - and help us as we gear up to keep challenging this Government on its failure to do the best by Britain and for the people who live here.
CEO - Best for Britain
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