Lisa Nandy on raising national insurance: it will “put more pressure on working older people”
Boris Johnson is faced with parliamentarians today as Congress returns from summer vacation in a dispute over a financial plan for social care reform and an ongoing crisis in Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister will issue a statement to the House of Commons on Monday about humanitarian disasters occurring in the country, defending the British government’s response to the withdrawal of the Western Army.
After a former Conservative Prime Minister warned that Mr Johnson would face a “very serious backlash” if he proceeded with plans to raise national insurance to fund social care.
Sir Hammond told Times Radio: Serious repulsion. “
Johnson, Health Minister Sajid Javid, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are understood to be sticking to discussing the details of the plan as the government prepares to announce the long-awaited social welfare reforms. ing.
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Conrad DuncanSeptember 6, 2021 07:40