TaxPayers’ Alliance responds to warnings that there is limited room for tax cuts

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Responding to warnings from the chancellor that there is limited room for tax cuts, John O’Connell, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, said:

Taxpayers will feel desperately let down if Jeremy Hunt doesn’t walk the walk when it comes to reducing the impact of income tax.

“While the recent national insurance cut is welcome, if thresholds remain frozen and income tax rates remain unchanged, the chancellor will be giving with one hand to take with another. 

“Hunt should turn rhetoric into action and give, families and hard working people the much needed relief they deserve.” 


TPA spokespeople are available for live and pre-recorded broadcast interviews via 07795 084 113 (no texts)

Media contact:


Joanna Marchong

Investigations Campaign Manager, TaxPayers' Alliance

[email protected]

24-hour media hotline: 07795 084 113 (no texts)


Notes to editors:

  1. Founded in 2004 by Matthew Elliott and Andrew Allum, the TaxPayers' Alliance (TPA) campaigns to reform taxes and public services, cut waste and speak up for British taxpayers. Find out more at

  2. TaxPayers' Alliance's advisory council.

  3. Taxpayer’s Alliance are running a campaign to cut income tax.

  4. The chancellor has told the BBC: "It doesn't look to me like we will have the same scope for cutting taxes in the spring Budget that we had in the Autumn Statement."


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