PM Johnson halts Conservative plan to cut UK corporation tax

  • Nov 18, 2019 GMT
  • Team Kalkine
  • The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the CBI business lobby on Monday (November 18) that he has halted Tory’s plans to slash corporation tax to 17%, scheduled next year in order to priorities public spending. PM said that the present 19% would be maintained.
  • Former treasury top civil servant Nick Macpherson said that, if Tory government re-elected, it would be collecting more of the nation's income tax than any government.

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