Parody Prime Minister(@Parody_PM) 's Twitter Profile Photo

I realise the richest 10% will gain 240 times as much money from the National Insurance change as the least well off, but they deserve it because they are more likely to have voted Tory.

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DersimdeğilTunceli(@Batuhannmert) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Nebi ASLAN HANOGLU Hakan Başkan vergi ve national insurance cost düşünce 7.5 asgari. Milleti yanıltmayın. Kıta avrupasına geçiş yapıcaz bu gidişle

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Prem Sikka(@premnsikka) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Tory Levelling-Up Minister says:

'Reversing the National Insurance rise means someone earning £20,000 will get an additional £1.79 a week while a person on £100,000 will benefit from an additional £21 a week. This is fair.'

They don't feel any shame is saying this.

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Kwasi Kwarteng(@KwasiKwarteng) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Our Growth Plan today puts more money back into the pockets of businesses and families.

Income Tax CUT
Stamp Duty CUT
National Insurance CUT
Business Taxes CUT
Additional Rate ABOLISHED
Alcohol Duty FROZEN

👉🏾 gov.uk/government/pub…

Our Growth Plan today puts more money back into the pockets of businesses and families.

Income Tax CUT
Stamp Duty CUT
National Insurance CUT
Business Taxes CUT
Additional Rate ABOLISHED
Alcohol Duty FROZEN

👉🏾 gov.uk/government/pub…
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Stephen Reicher(@ReicherStephen) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Let's play 'spot the pattern':
Cuts to National Insurance will save the poorest 63p a week and the richest £150 a week.
Cuts to Stamp Duty will benefit the wealthiest most and price the poorest out of the property market.
Cuts to caps on bankers bonuses will...
Got it yet?

Let's play 'spot the pattern':
Cuts to National Insurance will save the poorest 63p a week and the richest £150 a week.
Cuts to Stamp Duty will benefit the wealthiest most and price the poorest out of the property market.
Cuts to caps on bankers bonuses will...
Got it yet?
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Parody Prime Minister(@Parody_PM) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Kwasi Kwarteng has just confirmed the reversal of the rise in National Insurance, giving the less well off a whopping 63p a month to play with. Enjoy!

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David Henig 🇺🇦(@DavidHenigUK) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The wonders of the exact same MPs who voted for a rise in National Insurance last year now being expected to support its reversal.

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Adam Bienkov(@AdamBienkov) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Kwasi Kwarteng tells the BBC that his tax cuts 'favour people right across the income scale.'

Here's how that income scale looked after his announcement.

Kwasi Kwarteng tells the BBC that  his tax cuts 'favour people right across the income scale.'

Here's how that income scale looked after his announcement.
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Kwasi Kwarteng(@KwasiKwarteng) 's Twitter Profile Photo

I can confirm that this year’s 1.25% point rise in National Insurance will be reversed on 6th November.

Its replacement - the Health and Social Care Levy planned for April 23 - will be cancelled.

A tax cut for workers. More cash for businesses to invest, employ and grow.

I can confirm that this year’s 1.25% point rise in National Insurance will be reversed on 6th November. 

Its replacement - the Health and Social Care Levy planned for April 23 - will be cancelled.

A tax cut for workers. More cash for businesses to invest, employ and grow.
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Martin Lewis(@MartinSLewis) 's Twitter Profile Photo

My mini-budget instant explainer.

- Stamp Duty cut (Eng & NI) how it’ll work
- National Insurance & Income tax changes, how it affects you

Feel free to share

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Russ Jones(@RussInCheshire) 's Twitter Profile Photo

24. Anyway I’m not sure “it’s too difficult for us” is quite the reassurance he was aiming for

25. He went on to explain that the point of raising National Insurance was to pay for public services, and therefore they were cutting National Insurance to… pay for public services

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Kevin Edger(@KEdge23) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The Conservative government make a multi billion intervention to basically freeze energy bills. They reverse a National Insurance tax rise & announce further tax cuts. All to help people through the cost of living & boost economic growth.

Labour: Let’s make this a class war.

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Jo Maugham(@JolyonMaugham) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Just flatly untrue. The tax cuts do nothing for the ~45% of adults who earn too little to pay income tax or national insurance contributions.

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BBC Breaking News(@BBCBreaking) 's Twitter Profile Photo

National Insurance rise will be reversed from 6 November, UK chancellor confirms ahead of Friday's mini-budget bbc.in/3ByP1FD

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Ash(@theashrb) 's Twitter Profile Photo

So basically, National Insurance went up for absolutely no reason whatsoever other than Boris Johnson’s stupid government trying to plug the holes left from their embezzlement 🥴 I feel like I’ve been robbed…

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The Guardian(@guardian) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Plunge in sterling leaves drivers paying £6 more for tank of petrol, says AA theguardian.com/money/2022/sep…

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Anthony Costello(@globalhlthtwit) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Levelling down. The National Insurance cut means people who earn £20,000 salary will save £93 and those who earn £100,000 will save £1093.

Levelling down. The National Insurance cut means people who earn £20,000 salary will save £93 and those who earn £100,000 will save £1093.
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DavidWilson34 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿(@Wilson34David) 's Twitter Profile Photo

SNP response to National Insurance rates.

2021 increase - It’s a disgrace and we need independence.

2022 cut - It’s a disgrace and we need independence.

🤷‍♂️

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Jo Maugham(@JolyonMaugham) 's Twitter Profile Photo

£6 a week is more than someone earning £25,000 a year got from yesterday's income tax and national insurance cuts.

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Paul Brand(@PaulBrandITV) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The Resolution Foundation says reversing the national insurance rise will see the poorest 10 per cent of households gain an average of £11.41 in 2022-23, while the richest tenth of households stand to gain £682 on average.

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Elaine #FullRestitution(@terryelaineh1) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Rebecca Jean smith 💙 #WASPI Campaign I agree Rebecca, it has devastated so many.

It is so refreshing to see the younger generation speaking up for 🥲

'She taught me the value of hard work. She deserves every penny of her pension!' Your mum must be so proud.

Thank you so much for understanding❤️

@rebecca_pawley @jeanannsmith33 @WASPI_Campaign I agree Rebecca, it has devastated so many. 

It is so refreshing to see the younger generation speaking up for #50sWomen 🥲

'She taught me the value of hard work. She deserves every penny of her pension!' Your mum must be so proud.

Thank you so much for understanding❤️
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HM Treasury(@hmtreasury) 's Twitter Profile Photo

From 6th November the government is cutting National Insurance by 1.25 percentage points and cancelling the Health & Social Care Levy.

This will:

✅ Reduce the tax on jobs
✅ Let families keep more of what they earn
✅ Support economic growth

From 6th November the government is cutting National Insurance by 1.25 percentage points and cancelling the Health & Social Care Levy. 

This will: 

✅ Reduce the tax on jobs 
✅ Let families keep more of what they earn 
✅ Support economic growth
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