he will cut taxes, reduce crime, invest in agricultural drones and build a new royal yacht


The Foreign Secretary has pledged to “cut taxes from the first day of the Prime Minister’s term” with a new budget and spending review that would reverse April’s rise in national insurance and next year’s rise in corporate tax from 19% to 25% .

The Foreign Secretary believes that tax cuts, foreign loans and investing taxpayers’ money in a royal yacht could solve the economic crisis.

Mrs Truss has not fully explained how she will fund the £30bn of tax cuts she has promised, but has previously said they “can be paid for within the existing tax package”.

It initially said it would save up to £8.8bn a year by paying public sector workers in less developed regions less than workers in London and south-east England.

But a spokeswoman announced just over 13 hours after the plan was published that the proposal had been scrapped, leaving a billion-pound hole in her fiscal strategy.

Mrs Truss said she would “simplify” taxes and promised reforms to prevent people being penalized for taking time off work to care for children.


She promised to replace EU legislation that restricts the development of agricultural infrastructure and technology, including the use of agricultural drones.

It has also promised to tackle labor shortages in agriculture, caused in part by post-Brexit restrictions on freedom of movement, with a short-term extension of the seasonal worker scheme.

Social assistance

Speaking on a campaign visit to Peterborough, Truss told reporters she would continue to implement Boris Johnson’s welfare cap which was intended to fund the increase in national insurance.

“We can afford it within our budgets. We did not have to increase the national insurance. Still, with my plans … we can start paying off the debt in three years,” she said.

The cap, due to come in next year, will limit the amount a person is required to spend on medical treatment to £86,000.


Truss also said he would seek private sector sponsorship to fund a new royal yacht – a £200m project which Johnson had planned to pay for with taxpayers’ money.

“I support the idea of ​​promoting our trade around the world,” she said.


Truss promises to reduce crime by 20% by 2024.

Instead of investigating “Twitter complaints and hurt feelings,” she says she’ll post leaderboards showing law enforcement performance.


He agrees with the urgent need to deal with the problems in the medical system, promising to appoint a “skilled” Secretary of Health to solve them.

She also said she was “fully committed” to the government’s current promises for NHS spending despite her plans to cut taxes.

Development and urbanization

Truss says he will ditch “Stalinist” housing in favor of tax cuts and deregulation.


Liz Truss presented herself as “prime minister for education” with a six-point plan that includes replacing failing academies with “a new system of free schools” and improving standards in maths and literacy.


She also promised a “war on Whitehall waste” to save £11 billion, but her proposals were quickly blocked.

Separately, she expressed her intention to transform brownfields and other notorious places into “investment zones”, called “integral free ports”.

Source – Evening Standard

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