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Boris Johnson pledges major tax cut for wealthy people that would cost £9.6bn a year

Independent Monday, 10 June 2019
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News video: Boris Johnson Offers High Earners A £10B Tax Cut

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Business Insider reports Boris Johnson offers higher earners a tax cut worth £9.6 billion a year. The frontrunner to replace Theresa May as prime minister says he would raise the higher rate threshold to £80,000.His rivals accuse him of abandoning the centre ground. All of the leading candidates...

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