Monday, 5 April 2010

PM’s ‘sneaky tax’ rise claims
GORDON Brown was yesterday accused of hammering hard-working Brits with a series of sneaky tax rises.
Tory figures showed average National Insurance receipts have risen FIVE TIMES faster than income tax since 2001.

And the average family has seen its NI contributions soar by TWELVE TIMES as much as its income tax bills.

Does Labour expect taxpayers to pay for the NI rise in the public sector, too?
Private-sector workers will have to pay twice for Labour's tax rise on jobs.


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