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@97Z9ZP8 answered…2 days

@97N8C4M answered…2wks

@97JZZ3TLabour answered…3wks

people work hard and just because some people wont put the work in to get rich therefore why should we raise taxes if someone is doing well in life

@96YZ6XFLabour answered…4wks

It should be more than 50%. £150,000 is several times more than most people earn. It is fair that income over £150,000 be taxed at a good 70%. We need an urgent return to a more progessive tax system like the one we had during the post-war consensus.

@96TBM6NCount Binface Party answered…1mo

No, but there should be more tax brackets for people earning over £150,000.

@96SR3MZ answered…1mo

@96R9RQH answered…1mo

@96R8WKM answered…1mo

No, the top rate of income tax should be on a flexible scale to account for inflation and real wages.

@96R8QJP answered…1mo

@96QKBVY answered…1mo

@96Q59LV answered…1mo

@96PW4MV answered…1mo

Add another tax bracket for those who earn more and tax them more

@96PVHS5 answered…1mo

@96KZJ7X answered…1mo

There should be additional higher tax rates added. The top rate should be above 500,000 and there should rates at 200,000 and 325,000

@96GYXH6 answered…1mo

No, but introduce a further higher earning limit where increased taxation applies

@96DL2H9 answered…2mos

No but maybe it should be raised to 50% to those who earn £200,000 - £300,000 plus should be taxed 50%

@95ZJN5DConservative answered…2mos

No, £150,000 is too little to impose a 50% tax rate. Those who make over £1,000,000 may be considered for this new tax bracket.

@95TMFYK answered…2mos

Yes, but raise taxes for the rich rather then the working classes

@95J3ND8Labour answered…2mos

Combine NI and income tax rates to show a true tax rate. That should be 50% at the top.

@957JP8X answered…3mos

150,000 a year is not a lot, but I believe there should be more tiers for higher earners

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