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It’s not true that the top 1% pay 27% of tax | Letters

Published on Friday 10th of March 2017 06:14:35 PM in Guardian

In her column discussing the budget (9 March), Zoe Williams asserted that “the top 1% of British earners pay 27% of the United Kingdom’s tax”. No – this is wrong. The top 1% of earners pay 27% of income tax, but income tax raises just 27% ...

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