Do You Support or Oppose a Tax Rise in April on Working People by the UK Government?

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Nichola B.

Nichola B.

Arundel & South Downs

The government has written off billions in debts, given wealthy, profiteering banks tax relief and further billions in failed track and trace. Given all this, it has no moral right to tax already cash strapped workers.

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Marian B.

Marian B.

Milton Keynes South

The rise in National Insurance is a regressive tax that takes a much greater percentage from low earners than from those with high incomes. It is irrational and grossly unfair.

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Frances C.

Frances C.

Banff & Buchan

With fuel prices soaring, cost of living soaring, council tax rises, working people are on their knees. Do I feed myself or heat my house? I am 63 forced to work until 66 and will be unable to meet basic needs.

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The UK Government recently announced a £12 billion-a-year tax rise against working people to help fund the NHS and social care sector.

National Insurance contributions will increase by 1.25 percentage points in April, costing £455 a year to the average worker.

British households face the worst cost of living crisis for decades, including declining real wages and an energy crisis eating into household incomes. Inflation has soared, hitting an annual 5.4% for December — the highest it’s been since March 1992.

Ofgem, the regulator for the energy sector, recently raised its price cap by 54%, meaning millions of households’ energy bills will also increase by around £700 from April.

Torsten Bell, head of the Resolution Foundation, has said that a “cost of living catastrophe” could crystallise in April as families faced “a £1,200 income hit from soaring energy bills and tax rises”.

The 2019 Conservative election manifesto ruled out increasing National Insurance (NI) and promised £350m million a week to fund the NHS post-Brexit – but the party has u-turned on its plans and instead hit working people with tax hikes.

The UK Government recently wrote off £4.3bn in fraudulent Covid loans.

Opposition parties have urged the Conservative government to rethink the increase, arguing workers cannot afford more tax at the moment.

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