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The government shows “naivety” to think that threatening to become “the tax haven of Europe” will result in a better exit deal with the EU, says the former chair of the public accounts committee.
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One week after the Budget, the Chancellor has backtracked.
The richest Americans could see their incomes rise by between 10.2 per cent and 16 per cent.
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