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So sorry to hear of the passing of Cllr Valerie Thorpe. Quite simply the hardest working Councillor I ever met, and the driving force of Amber First Responders. RIP.

Under the Gov’s new plan for economic growth, the average working family in Amber Valley will be £1,500 better off.

The Chancellor today outlined measures to tackle the energy crisis, make work pay, cut taxes, remove barriers for business, and grow the British economy.

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So sorry to hear of the passing of Cllr Valerie Thorpe. Quite simply the hardest working Councillor I ever met, and the driving force behind Amber First Responders.She will be sorely missed. ... See MoreSee Less
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A new plan for economic growth - The average working family in Amber Valley is set to be £1,500 better off.The Chancellor’s announcement today outlined measures to tackle the immediate energy crisis, make work pay, cut taxes, remove barriers for business, and grow the British economy as a whole. Economic growth is so important because without it the only way you can continue paying for public services, like the NHS, police, and schools is to increase taxes and take more money away from hard-working people. Reversely, if you have more economic growth, and therefore more money flowing through the economy, the Government generates more revenue and can then spend more on public services. ⚡ Tackling energy prices and inflation through the Energy Price Guarantee:- Energy Bills were due to rise by £6,500 but the Government has stepped in to ensure that for the next two years the typical annual household bill will be £2,500. - Maintaining the Energy Bill Support Scheme giving households an additional £400 off their bills this winter. - Extending support to businesses. - This will reduce inflation in the wider economy by a projected 5%.✂️ Cutting taxes.- Reducing income tax to 19p for 31 million people from April 23, a tax cut for the vast majority of working people.- Cutting stamp duty permanently from today. - Cutting National Insurance Tax contributions by 1.25 per cent, helping the average worker keep £330 a year more.- Keeping Corporation Tax at 19 per cent, scrapping plans to increase it. Driving economic growth by keeping businesses in the UK.- Freezing alcohol duty for beer, cider, wine and spirits next year. Affirming our support for the pub trade.Meanwhile on the Labour benches, Kier Stamer said he would scrap the National Insurance increase calling it ‘unfair’, but now his party is arguing it’s irresponsible to cut taxes.You can read more about the Government’s new plan for growth here: assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1105989/C... ... See MoreSee Less
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