Letter: We are clearly not all in it together
Boris Johnson has broken his pledge about tax rises. Oh dear, let’s see how that goes down at the next election.
Do I mind paying a bit extra? Probably not. But I am not scrimping and saving each week. However, others are not so lucky.
I get that social care needs paying for but we are not all in it together, are we?
There are companies in this country which pay rubbish wages and get away with paying a pittance in tax – it’s so wrong.
Boris and his wealthy Tory MPs should start with them paying more first, rather than people who haven’t much to start with.
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