Tag Archives: Liz Truss

Is this the start of the Rishi bounceback?

Not many horses get discounted to 10-1 against in a two horse race to go on and win. But this morning’s odds see that Sunak’s odds have more than halved – though he’s still trailing by a huge amount. This … Continue reading

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Debate won by Sunak, Mordaunt slips back, Truss improves

The quality and intensity of the leadership debate on Sunday seems to have favored Rishi Sunak, with Liz Truss gaining ground on Penny Mordaunt, while Kemi Badenoch’s advance has  stalled. Despite fervent promotion on social media by Ros Altmann, Tom … Continue reading

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Time to tackle pensions tax

Pension taxation isn’t working. It is benefiting those who find it easy to save and not incentivising those who don’t. It is causing doctors to work below their peak capacity and demanding up to 25% more in contributions from our … Continue reading

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