TaxCorporate TaxMore business giants back Tory NI freeze plan

More business giants back Tory NI freeze plan

Execs including CEOs of Associated British Foods, William Hill and Superdrug the latest to endorse Conservative pledge to scrap NI rise

Tory plans to scrap National Insurance rises if they come to power have
received the backing of more business leaders.

20 executives, including the CEOs of Associated British Foods, William Hill,
and Superdrug have become the latest to support the Conservative proposals.

Rather than raising NI, the Tories say they will cut down on government
waste.

Gordon Brown said business leaders signing the letter had been “deceived” by
the Conservatives, according
to
the Daily Telegraph
.

Further reading:

Hays
and Robert Walters the latest to slam NI rises

Tories
and Labour trading election blows on tax

Business
giants back Tories NI cut

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