White Van Man WON’T pay National Insurance under Tory plans – find out if you’ll save money

WHITE Van Man will no longer pay National Insurance contributions under plans drawn up by the Tories.

Rishi Sunak has unveiled a major tax boost for the self-employed as part of his bid to rescue his election campaign.

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The huge cash incentive for hard-working Brits comes as the Prime Minister attempts to claw back some of the 20-point poll deficit.

It will come on top of a further 2p cut to National Insurance for working people.

CUT National Insurance by a further 2p by 2027, taking the main rate to 6 per cent

ABOLISH National Insurance entirely for self-employed workers by 2029

PROTECT pensioners from ever paying income tax with a new Triple Lock Plus

GIVE working parents 30 hours a week free childcare by September next year

CREATE a mandatory new form of national service for 18-year-olds

IMPOSE a ban on any new green levies that makes Brits pay for Net Zero

BAN mobile phones in classrooms as well as clamping down on sex education

BOOSTING defence spending to 2.5 per cent of GDP by 2030

SLAP an annual cap on legal migration while pledging immediate Rwanda flights

There are around 4.25 million self-employed workers in the UK who could be in line to benefit from the proposals if the Tories are re-elected.

The Prime Minister has outlined how a Tory government elected for the next five years would help working people “keep more of the money you earn”.

He insists the Tories are the party of “sound money” despite being dogged by the mini-Budget under ex-PM Liz Truss.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt explained at the Budget how over the long-term the party wanted to abolish National Insurance.

The move has been attacked by Labour for costing £46 billion.

Mr Hunt cut 2p off NI contributions at the autumn statement last year and cut the same amount at the Budget in March.

Just before the election was called, Mr Hunt also revealed how the government would push ahead with a cut if it was affordable.

Speaking in mid-May, he said: “If we can afford to go further, responsibly, to reduce the double tax on work this Autumn that is what I will do.”

Labour have hit out at the Tories’ ideas calling them the most expensive “panic attack” in history.

Mr Sunak is expected to say that he will cut taxes for “earners, parents and pensioners”.

Plans to help first-time buyers will be unveiled with stamp duty abolished for those paying £425,000 for their property.

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