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‘Temporary band-aid’, National's response to Budget moves

But CTU says cash relief better than tax cuts.

National Party leader Christopher Luxon.

Brent Edwards Thu, 19 May 2022

The National Party has criticised measures announced in today’s Budget to deal with the cost-of-living crisis as a “temporary band aid”.

National leader Christopher Luxon said more people were being squeezed by rising costs and the Government still refused to give them meaningful tax

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