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Pressure for corporate tax cut in North

Representatives of the political parties in the North will press Gordon Brown, the British chancellor of the exchequer, to cut the rate of corporation tax in the North in a bid to boost private-sector activity, at a meeting in Downing Street this wee

28th October, 2006

Representatives of the political parties in the North will press Gordon Brown, the British chancellor of the exchequer, to cut the rate of corporation tax in the North in a bid to boost private-sector activity, at a meeting in Downing Street this week.

Ahead of the meeting on Wednesday, the chancellor is understood to have firmly rejected suggestions that the main parties meet him individually and has insisted that they do so collectively. Sources said...

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