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Clash Behind Closed Doors: Rishi Sunak refuses to cut taxes unless Boris cuts government expenditure.  

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“We are the low-tax party, or we’re nothing” Tory MP states we should’ve reduced national insurance and rid of VAT on energy.

Angela Rayner rants at Rishi Sunak with a three worded tweet.

Labours Angela Rayner tells the Chancellor to “just do one” in a three-word immature outburst.

Iain Duncan Smith hands plan to alleviate the cost of lining crisis to the government

Sir Iain Duncan Smith hands the Government a costed plan to alleviate the cost of living crisis.

Tory backbenchers put Rishi Sunak under pressure to lower taxes saying ” the party is going to lose its reputation for economic competence.”

Gove and Sunak are allegedly blocking Liz Truss as she attempts to dismantle the Northern Ireland Protocol. 

Senior Conservatives say Boris Johnson must pressure Chancellor Rishi Sunak to lower taxes or remove him.  

The police gave Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson 6 penalty notices according to the No10 spokesperson.

Labour’s Keir Starmer attempts to make political gain from Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson getting a fine, yet he himself broke lockdown rules.

While the media go bat-s***-crazy over fines being given to Boris and Rishi, the question has to be asked, why are the opposition politicians not being investigated?

Rishi Sunak urged by his Tory colleagues to issue a summary of his tax details to calm the row over his wife’s legal non-dom status.

Labour’s Yvette cooper offers no plan to change non-dom status, yet continues to criticise Sunak’s wife.

Rishi Sunak hires a top legal team to help him get rid of post-Brexit bureaucracy so that Britain can be more competitive on the world stage. 

“I don’t think I’ll be alive for Christmas,” says an elderly British veteran who has been left in the cold.

Your pint got more expensive – Rishi Sunak hits hospitality with a rise on VAT from 12.5% to 20%.

Jacob Rees-Mogg warned Chancellor Rishi Sunak “We are spending too much” prior to releasing his spring statement.