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Brown promises tax cuts, help to small business

Brown promises tax cuts and measures to help small business affeted by bank lending at PM's question time

Gordon Brown today promised tax cuts to boost growth in the economy, during
the PM’s question time, attacking David Cameron and the Tories for ‘refusing to
act’.

Speaking ahead of next Monday’s critical pre-budget report, the PM said there
would have to be ‘fiscal expansion’ to help hard-pressed families and
businesses, the Guardian reports.

The PM’s spokesman confirmed afterwards there would be measures to help small
businesses affected by bank lending in Monday’s PBR.

In a bitter exchange, Brown accused the Opposition of being the ‘do-nothing
party, warning their policies would harm the British economy, to which Cameron
retorted: ‘On this side of the house we have made our choice. It’s called
spending

Further reading:

Brown tipped to unveil £15bn tax cut package

Housing plan fails to bolster recovery hopes

Read
the Guardian story

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