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Philip Hammond avoids the tough questions on tax

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Philip Hammond avoided having to make tough choices on tax in his 29 October Budget, thanks to an improvement in the public finances. But in many ways it would have been better if he had demonstrated that it is still possible for a chancellor to increase taxes to pay for additional spending on the NHS and other public services.

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