THE vision of Britain as a proud and independent country, in control of our own destiny and trading with people right across the world, is finally coming into view. And a Boris Brexit-boosting Budget on March 11 would be the perfect way to set sail into our new future. The PM has a triple mandate to transform our country — from his stonking victory in the General Election, the Tory leadership election last summer and the referendum in 2016. His overwhelming triumph in the now “Blue Wall” seats in Wales, the North and the Midlands in December demonstrates the trust people have put in him. Part of his mandate for massive change is undoubtedly to spend more money on essential services. As crime has edged up, so has public concern, so extra spending for 20,000 new police officers makes sense.And with our nation’s infrastructure creaking and hospitals falling down, extra capital spending is needed too. But as the founder of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, I hope Boris and his Chancellor Rishi Sunak keep taxpayers in mind as they write their Budget. Government spending will be an eye-watering £881billion this year. LOW-HANGING FRUIT Much of that money is used well, but the… Read full this story
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