Boris Johnson has set out his plans to leave the EU and pass a tax-cutting post-Brexit budget within 100 days of taking office if he wins the election.
The prime minister said his main focus would be passing the withdrawal agreement to ensure Brexit occurs on 31 January but there would be seven other priorities for the first three months. These include:
• A budget in February that will bring in the Conservatives’ plan for a rise in the national insurance threshold, which amounts to a tax cut of around £85.
• Legislation to end the automatic release of serious violent and ...
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