John McFall calls for 13th May tax cuts to be made permanent

This article was published whilst I was the Member of Parliament for West Dunbartonshire. As I did not stand in the 2010 general election, I am no longer a Member of Parliament. Today, I am a member of the House of Lords. You can read more about me here.

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John McFall urges the Government to ensure that the tax announcement of 13th May is not temporary, and low-income families are not returned into the tax system. He calls for the Government to consider the Treasury Committee’s proposal of setting up a Poverty Commission. House of Commons 10 Jul 08. Parliamentary Copyright.

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