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A Tory victory will add £20bn to national income

A report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research estimates that "a low tax, low spending government" would produce "economic growth running about 0.3% per annum faster" than an alternative higher tax, higher spending government. The report concludes: "By 2020 GDP is about £20 billion higher under the low tax scenario associated with a Tory victory."

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