Labour will put taxes up, claims Sunak | EUROtoday

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Rishi Sunak claimed a Labour authorities would put up taxes to fund its spending plans.

The Tory chief mentioned that “more spending equals more taxes” and there was “no other way” for Labour to pay for what it wished to do.

Speaking at a marketing campaign occasion in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, this morning, Mr Sunak mentioned: “Crucially, talk about pound in your pocket, your taxes are being cut. Because of what we’ve been able to do, an average person earning £35,000 is getting a £900 tax cut.

“That’s what you get with the Conservatives, your taxes being cut so your hard work is rewarded, your family has financial security. That is a contrast at this election because, as I said, the Labour Party are going to spend more money, and that is just going to put your taxes up.

“There’s no other way to pay for it, they can pretend all they want. More spending equals more taxes, and I don’t want to see that happen.”

Sir Keir Starmer launched Labour’s marketing campaign with a rally in Gillingham as he mentioned “two different countries” and “two different futures” could be on the poll paper on July 4.

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