So where does the U-turn Chancellor go from hear?

Abolishing the NICs increase means the Budget will have a £1bn hole in this Parliament – potentially £2bn over the next five years.
That hole will need to be made good – either through other spending cuts or tax rises, or more borrowing. It’s a  worry with the serious decisions which will effect Britain during Brexit, a chancellor who can’t get this right what of the more serious issues which will be laid at our door,the party of financial prudence? wrong party.


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