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Are the Government's tax cuts bold or reckless?

The Chancellor has announced Britain's biggest tax cuts in decades in the hope of boosting growth at a time of economic peril.

But the books will have to be balanced with billions being borrowed.

Is it the right thing to do?

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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Well said Bill, billions of people living in poverty, we think we have it tough her and we are one of the richest countries in the world. Time for a global approach to protect everyone and the planet. Capitalism is just robbing Pierre to pay Paola. #PeopleBeforeProfit
 
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Listening to the, I assume, rich Tory’s phoning in….they’ll love it…like Jo from Cheshire. Also, the woman Kaur in the yellow dress, is shouting out both sides. I’m not sure where she is coming from. One minute she’s disagreeing with Jemma, then next breath agreeing with her
 
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The difference listening to you and @mrjamesob . James is honest and says these tax cuts make him a lot better off when he doesn’t need to be. None of that transparency from you. How much better off are you @theJeremyVine?
 
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The £ has fallen on the money markets. Obviously the people who understand money most have no faith in this policy. That includes the big bankers the govt are keen to reward (bribe?).🤔
 
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Who’s the loud mouth in the yellow dress? I have a suggestion for her, increase your medication if you believe in trickle down economics. The super rich DONT create UK jobs as they move it into offshore tax havens. Show the evidence you are using to show they create jobs
 
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Why not? Let them borrow all the money they want off our future kids, they won’t pay up 😂
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Shameless carrot dangling to the economically disadvantaged members of the population. Followed by attacking the benefits systems for the rest of the disadvantage. But great support for their rich friends who are making money as the 1% to 10% of the population. SHAMEFUL.
 
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Only backward countries make the rich, richer and increase poverty
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Tax cuts are reckless and they have a track record of success because they are only tried in a growing economy when tax income is growing anyway. Losing control of a huge chunk of the pie means it can no longer be directed.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Don’t apply in Scotland
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
You lower taxes as government takings rise in a booming economy. You have to do the reverse in recession. This is as insane as the logic rich people buy first class tickets so if you buy a first class ticket it will make you rich. Tax cuts don’t make an economy grow.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
stamp duty- not sure, bankers bonus- not sure, abolition of 45p tax rate- reckless.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Back to Maggie's politics when interest rates went sky high. The men in gray suits got her.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Be a public sector bonfire to balance the books.
 
No cut this year for The working people or OAP’s
Only Bankers or should that start with a W
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
This is an ‘if you’ve dug yourself into a hole, stop digging’ situation that is being responded to by hiring an excavator. Tories don’t know how to run a country that isn’t in debt up to the hilt. The debt they have piled up in the past three years dwarfs what it cost for WW2.
 
 

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