TaxCorporate TaxAS2012: No net rises in taxes

AS2012: No net rises in taxes

Chancellor George Osborne claims there are not net tax rises in the Autumn Statement

NO NET TAX RISES have been made in the Autumn Statement delivered by George Osborne. 

The chancellor claims that any tax increases will be offset by tax cuts later in the budget.

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