Now cut tax
JEREMY Hunt now has the windfall he needs to fund bumper tax cuts on March 6. He must be bold.
It is true we are still borrowing huge sums. But those are less than forecast, leaving the Chancellor as much as £20billion to play with.
Jeremy Hunt now has the windfall he needs to fund bumper tax cuts next month[/caption]
Debts as vast as ours would normally be the priority. But these are not normal times.
Our tax burden is at a 70-year-high. It is strangling growth and inflicting immense pain on households. Easing that must come first.
Fuel duty must be income tax rates must be lowered or the pay thresholds increased.again. Our crippling
Aside from some much-needed relief in the upcoming Budget there are other reasons for a little more .
Meanwhile typical energy prices are set to fall by £300 a year by April too.
They will need much more.
Crucially, they must stop the small boats — which Labour never will.
LABOUR’S campaign to block the Rwanda scheme is a display of political cynicism which places the nation’s interests last.
They know stopping the small boats at last could help save the Tories — and secretly fear this deterrent might do it.
Of course they claim they are objecting on principle — yet some Labour politicians have previously backed offshoring illegal immigrants.
Last year he earned £381,000 from the government of Azerbaijan, which is accused of torturing its citizens.
He can spare us his supposed concern for migrants’ safety. So can his party.
WILL reality ever penetrate the closed minds of the “ceasefire now” mob?
Let’s spell it out.
Hamas. Doesn’t. Want. One.
But no. The terror group won’t give up its violent 17-year stranglehold on Gaza.
It prefers to kill Jews, to torture captives, to use its own hapless citizens as shields against retaliation.
Protesters genuinely interested in peace should be marching against Hamas.