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Birmingham Midshires chief calls for Budget help for savers

Birmingham Midshires chief executive Ian Kerr is calling on the Government to deliver a tax boost in next month&#39s Budget.


Kerr is calling for the Chancellor to extend to expected 10 per cent cut in tax rates to savers.


He says: &#34Savers felt the brunt of falling rates in recent months, with returns falling by almost a third since the start of November.&#34

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