The Daily Telegraph, November 12
The Growth Commission is not alone in calling for tax cuts in the Autumn Statement.
In a report for the Centre for Brexit Policy, Prof Patrick Minford has claimed that “hairshirt” policies risk increasing debt.
The professor of applied economics at Cardiff University is urging for £85 billion in tax cuts to put levels back to where they were before Mr Sunak became Prime Minister.
Prof Minford has claimed that the decision to ditch Ms Truss’s tax-cutting agenda was the result of a “panic” that had left Britain facing “zero growth prospects”.
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