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Albanese under fire for ‘breaking promise’ on tax cuts

Low income earners will get some relief but the Australian government has reneged on the size of cuts for those on higher salaries.

With cost of living now the main political issue, Albanese’s popularity will be tested at two coming by-elections.

Under pressure to deliver cost of living relief, the Albanese Government is set to cut income tax levels for low income earners but risks accusations of breaking a key electoral promise by almost halving expected tax cuts for Australians on higher salaries.

The Labor Government caucus is meeting in

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Lachlan Colquhoun Wed, 24 Jan 2024
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