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UK minister Gove: want tax burden to fall before next election

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Senior British minister Michael Gove on Sunday said he would like to see the tax burden fall ahead of the next election, expected in 2024, but said it was important to reduce inflation first.

Emphasising that any decision on taxes was for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and finance minister Jeremy Hunt to make, Gove said he would like to see tax cuts implemented to incentivise work.

“The discussion about where the tax burden should fall I think is one that we need to take, not now, but in a little bit’s time,” Gove, who is the minister for local government, told Sky News.

“I would like to see the tax burden reduced before the next election.”


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