Cameron: tax burden isn’t everything

David Cameron has said voters should not focus on the tax burden when
considering whether the government has cut tax.

‘Using the tax burden is never a good idea because you can reduce or increase
the tax burden depending on what you do with government borrowing. It is not a
good measure of our success,’ he said in an
with the FT

The Tory leader was outlining the Tories’ position on tax. Public finances
were in a ‘bad state’, he said, although he added that tax cuts might still be
possible in a first Tory government.

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