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Boris Johnson vows to raise National Insurance threshold

FT.com Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Prime minister lets commitment slip when pressed on taxes by voter in North East England
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News video: Boris Johnson hints at National Insurance cut for low-paid workers

Boris Johnson hints at National Insurance cut for low-paid workers 01:11

Boris Johnson has hinted the Tories are planning a big cut in National Insurance for low-paid workers when they unveil their General Election manifesto. When answering questions from workers Wilton Engineering the Prime Minister appeared to blurt out the plan to raise the threshold at which workers...

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