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Is the UK doomed to be a high tax country?

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Tax levels in the UK are at their highest since records began 70 years ago and are unlikely to come down, or so says the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) in their report today. How has the tax burden increased over the four years of this parliament? What’s driving up taxes?

Also on the podcast, there are reports today that Rishi Sunak will stop councils imposing 20 mph zones, is Rishi on the side of motorists?

Katy Balls speaks to James Heale and Fraser Nelson.

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Produced by Max Jeffery and Oscar Edmondson.

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