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Field wants 10% tax on 150k-plus

Labour MP Frank Field is urging the Government to consider a 10 per cent additional tax on people earning over 150,000, which could be wholly offset by giving money to charity, in a bid to enrich civil society and redevelop a “giving culture”.

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