George Osborne relaunch

“There will be no election promises of up-front unfunded tax cuts.”
George Osborne, The Times, September 2007

“My priority is to try to reverse the increase in National Insurance”
George Osborne, Sunday Times, 28th December 2008

3 comments ↓

#1 Nod Nolan on 12.29.08 at 6:11 am

Is reversing a new tax that has yet to be put in place (ie the announced 0.5% NI Increase in November 2008’s Pre-Budget report) really to be classed as a tax cut?

#2 Jackart on 12.30.08 at 11:03 am

Hasn’t one G. Brown of No 10, Downing Street, London said some things about “no more boom and bust” which have subsequently turned out to be a mite hubristic?

#3 rayboy on 01.03.09 at 3:08 pm

I don’t see how you can try and make a point that Osbourne’s being inconsistent as you presumably supported Brown when he declared he wouldn’t raise taxes but cynically raised NI instead.

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