Tax-cutting Tories? They’re getting MORE tax from UK citizens after Spring Statement changes

Deceitful: Rishi Sunak said he was cutting tax – but the amount you pay will in fact increase.

UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak tried to claim he was cutting taxes in his Spring Statement but this is not true.

Because of high inflation and his decision to freeze the income tax personal allowance, more of citizens’ income is taken in tax.

Sunak’s Treasury will take more money from you while the amount you have to spend on necessities like food, rent/mortgage and heating will plummet.

Watch Faisal Islam and Paul Johnson explain it on the BBC’s Politics Live:

Now, what could Sunak possibly want to do with all that cash?

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