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How can someone in Redcar, where the average house price is £ 133,000, or in Bishop Auckland, where it is £ 125,000, realistically increase the £ 86,000 without selling their house? I think most people would say “of course I’m going to have to sell my house to pay that kind of money”.

You will need to defer payment to withdraw it from your estate at the end of the fiscal year. If your house is worth £ 133,000 and you take away £ 86,000, you are effectively depriving people of a significant portion of their inheritance.

It is a total betrayal of the people of the northeast who believed the government at its word, only to learn that when they gave their word that taxes did not increase, they did not keep it, when they gave They did not keep their word on building new hospitals, and now we know that when they gave their word on social assistance, they did not keep it. It’s a series of broken promises across the Northeast.

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