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Mini-budget: The key announcements from the chancellor at a glance

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Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng brought forward the planned cut to the basic rate of income tax to 19p in the pound a year early to April. He also reduced Stamp Duty for homebuyers and confirmed plans to axe the cap on bankers bonuses. Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves said the strategy amounts to an admission of 12 years of economic failure under successive Conservative governments.
Mini-budget: The key announcements from the chancellor at a glance
12 days ago·London, United Kingdom

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