Yesterday's Budget saw chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak grapple with both the recovery from the coronavirus, and his insistence that the bills from the pandemic would need to be paid off.
This meant a large rise in corporation tax and frozen thresholds for income tax and capital gains tax. Meanwhile the lifetime allowance was frozen.
It also meant a "super deduction" of 130 per cent to encourage businesses to invest, and a continuation of the furlough scheme and the stamp duty holiday - at least until later this year.
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