Conservative manifesto unveils pensions tax pledge

Election manifesto promises not to introduce any new taxes on pensions

Martin Richmond
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Conservative manifesto unveils pensions tax pledge

The Conservative Party has published its election manifesto in which it unveiled a “pensions tax guarantee” pledge.

The manifesto – launched by prime minister Rishi Sunak earlier today (11 June) – said the Conservatives would not introduce any new taxes on pensions and would also maintain the 25% tax free lump s...

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