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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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Wendy P.

Wendy P.

West Bromwich West

I think the UK and its workers are paying more than enough. We didn’t ask the government to pay out for Covid. They need to get back the money from fraudulent companies who claimed during the pandemic not just write it off.

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Sandra H.

Sandra H.

Selby & Ainsty

Lower and middle earners are finding it hard to cope as it is. There should be no increase in tax or national insurance contributions for these workers.

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Paul S.

Paul S.

Rutland & Melton

National Insurance is nothing but a stealth tax anyway. You work all your life and pay NI to supposedly support you once you’re too old to earn anymore and yet the first thing they do when you have to go into care is to take all your savings from you.

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Paul C.

Paul C.

Kingston upon Hull North

The tax increases more than wipe out any current pay awards meaning wages have devalued in real terms…If the French government can stipulate that the maximum increase that can be passed on to customers is 4% then why can’t Johnsons?

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Nigel F.

Nigel F.

South East Cornwall

The cost of living – food and fuels have gone through the roof and now is not the time to slap ordinary people with tax increases – NI or anything else. How about the Government gives the NHS that £350m a week they bragged about.

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Jackie C.

Jackie C.

Plymouth, Sutton & Devonport

I am already struggling to make ends meet and earn above the minimum wage. Tax the corporations that increased profits during the pandemic. Tax the rich with a windfall tax. Close the tax loopholes and stop tax avoidance. Stop hitting the poorest the hardest.

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Jamie M.

Jamie M.

Stockton North

We’ve only just finished paying for bailing out the banks in 2008 and they’re giving themselves huge bonuses. We’re seeing an increase to fuel bills while Shell and BP are declaring £12BN in profits. We have more food banks in this country than we do McDonald’s. Tax the rich, not the workers.

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D. Williams

D. Williams

Birkenhead

When the government are allowing large companies to not pay ANY tax whilst adding more pressure to working people, it’s not helping the people or the economy. The tax leaves us with less disposable income so we spend less in the retail outlets.

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Giorgio M.

Giorgio M.

Wigan

This government has wasted billions of our money through questionable contracts during the pandemic and they have done nothing to stop large corporations and the super-rich from avoiding tax. Let them start there.

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Alan B.

Alan B.

Monmouth

Due to inflation and NI increases, we will be significantly worse off. The super-rich has significantly increased their wealth. The poor become poorer and the rich, richer. Why is it always the poor under a Tory Government who are made to pay?

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Peter B.

Peter B.

South East Cornwall

Why is it always the poorest that pay for the rich to be able to dodge tax? Put 5% on the earners over £500,000 a year as the rest of us have to live on £14,000.

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Nick P.

Nick P.

Wantage

Prescriptions are far too expensive, people of 60+ are more likely to require them and are the least likely to be able to afford them. It’s a very bad idea.

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Mary C.

Mary C.

Stevenage

Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland get free prescriptions, I am disgusted that England is the only part of GB that pay. Putting up the age for free prescriptions is dreadful and I oppose it and will never vote for the conservatives again.

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Janet B.

Janet B.

Bury South

Most people struggle to live and work as they get older. If the government start to charge for prescriptions this will deter those on lower incomes from seeking help with any medical problems they may have.

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