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Disagreement over tax cuts after release of Government finances

Nicola Willis says even though the Government's coffers are awash with cash, it will not cut taxes because it is 'addicted to spending'.

National's finance spokesperson Nicola Willis.

Brent Edwards Wed, 05 Oct 2022

The release of the Government's financial statements for the year to the end of June 2022 has prompted Opposition parties to renew their calls for tax cuts.

National’s finance spokesperson Nicola Willis said in just five years, tax revenue had increased 43% from $76 billion to $103b.

“But even

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