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PBR: National insurance contributions to rise by 0.5%

Chancellor Alistair Darling has increased national insurance by 0.5 per cent to help plug the deficit in public debt.

Those earning less than £20,000 will be exempt from the rise.

Darling said the move would save £3bn in 2011/12.

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There are 3 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. Did he actually use the word ‘save’? My understanding of the word ‘save’ is different from his!

  2. Get the unemployed back to work and have a blitz of benefits and then cut NICs. Simple but Darling is brainless- I agree with the last person who made a comment he does not the difference between save,spend and screw.

  3. The language of the cheats and liars:

    Invest = Spend

    Save = Take

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