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Liz Truss
We are facing difficult economic times globally. We must put this country on a trajectory for long-term growth whilst maintaining fiscal discipline. Cutting taxes will boost investment, creating jobs and opportunities for all. That is what our Growth Plan will deliver.
29 Sep, 03:24 PM UTC
HM Treasury
"Without growth we won't be able to generate the income & the tax revenue to pay for the public services we want to see". Chancellor @KwasiKwarteng spoke today about the importance of growth, and how the Growth Plan will help us deliver opportunities for people across the UK. @hmtreasury's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 04:21 PM UTC
Andrew Lilico
If Tory MPs are going to panic & demand a u-turn over a few bad polls on something as trivial as the 45p rate, 2 years out from the election, Truss might as well abandon the rest of her growth plan now cos everything else is going to be much harder, less popular & more urgent.
29 Sep, 05:05 PM UTC
Faisal Islam
“In the event, we were not commissioned to produce an updated forecast alongside the Chancellor’s Growth Plan on 23 September, although we would have been in a position to do so to a standard that satisfied the legal requirements of the Charter for Budget Responsibility”… OBR @faisalislam's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 07:28 PM UTC
HM Treasury
Thanks to the Growth Plan, a typical family moving into a semi-detached property will save £2,500 on stamp duty and £1,150 on energy bills – and if they have a combined income of £50,000 around an additional £560 on tax. This is around £4,200 in total. @hmtreasury's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 02:23 PM UTC
James Lazarus 🇺🇦 #LizTrussIsNotMyPM #Rejoin 🇪🇺
@trussliz We're facing unprecedented problems in Britain. Highest inflation, highest rail and energy prices. Your growth plan caused Bank of England to have to step in. That alone should be warning that your plan is wrong. You have deeply damaged the reputation of the United Kingdom.
29 Sep, 03:40 PM UTC
Gavin Barwell
If the turmoil in the markets, the even higher debt, the interest rate rises on the way and the unfairness of it weren't enough, the fact that this man - who has already done grave damage to our economy - supports it should be enough to convince you the Growth Plan is a mistake https://t.co/Gy498Cw08E
29 Sep, 09:29 PM UTC
Gavin Barwell
This is *before* interest rates have gone up and *before* the government announces big spending cuts (delayed until after the next election) to pay for the tax cuts. What the Chancellor announced last Friday isn't a growth plan, it's an electoral gift to Labour https://t.co/cQlci80ffR
29 Sep, 04:49 PM UTC
Dr Martin Opposes Gov’t Corruption
@trussliz We are facing difficult economic times in the UK, mostly our fault. We are borrowing like it’s out of fashion instead of taxing rich people & energy companies. Cutting taxes will not boost investment, create jobs or opportunities. Our Growth Plan has delivered financial chaos.
29 Sep, 03:56 PM UTC
GB News
‘The mini-budget was absolutely essential in resetting the debate around growth…We are protecting people right around the country.’ Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng says he is sticking to ‘delivering the growth plan.’ @GBNEWS's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 03:14 PM UTC
Alexandria the Scot.
Kwasi turns down the chance to go to the select committee and share his growth plan, Ohh surprised?, no. Why?, because he doesn't have one.
29 Sep, 04:12 PM UTC
Citizen Paul Templeman 🪧
@trussliz Since you eschew the OBR, maybe you'd like to take a look at this detailed analysis of the economic effects of your 'Growth Plan'. The spoiler is it's titled 'All Pain, Little Gain' https://t.co/oOpU4hbij8
29 Sep, 03:36 PM UTC
HM Treasury
Thanks to the Growth Plan, a typical first time buyer in London moving into a representative terraced house will save £11,250 on stamp duty & £1,050 on the household's energy bills - and if they earn £30,000 almost an additional £400 on tax. This is around £12,700 in total. @hmtreasury's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 02:31 PM UTC
HM Treasury
Due to the Growth Plan a typical family moving into a semi-detached property will save £2,500 on stamp duty & £1,150 on energy bills –and if one worker earns £50,000, almost an additional £850 on tax. This is around £4,500 in total. @hmtreasury's photo on Growth Plan
29 Sep, 02:30 PM UTC
Didier UK 2022 | 🌳 #BackLiz
🚨 #Truss’s growth plan makes total sense. I am old enough to remember that #Reagan, #Thatcher and #Trump slashed taxes. • Investments went up. • Unemployment came down. • Growth went up. 21/
29 Sep, 05:14 AM UTC
Two points here. WSJ saying central bankers would love to be in Andrew Bailey’s shoes with govt commitment to halt inflation & growth, and NIESR assessment suggests tax cuts will take us out of recession and back into growth by end Q4 this year. Growth plan is excellent.. https://t.co/Pao16OwGl9
29 Sep, 06:27 PM UTC
Silvio Tattiscone 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇬🇧🇮🇱
Trust the growth plan. https://t.co/0HZ42xvatD
29 Sep, 06:59 PM UTC
Benedict Nelson
“Thanks to the Growth Plan, a typical bread eater in London can simply eat cake” https://t.co/LjVyghpH2F
29 Sep, 10:46 PM UTC
Satbir Singh 🧡
Uncritically referring to an unfunded tax break for millionaires that has led to devaluation, capital flight and crisis as “the government’s growth plan” is peak client journalism.
29 Sep, 10:57 PM UTC
Lady Jules Carter Aswas 🇪🇺🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️🏁
@hmtreasury The Growth Plan is so mis sold
29 Sep, 10:59 PM UTC
@SuperRobotOTC Yes, part of our growth plan is to build a team with relevant industry experience.
29 Sep, 11:04 PM UTC
@N1ckPayne @hmtreasury And regardless of dodgy example, the growth plan means any savings are wiped out by the mortgage interest costs. Please can we have new people run the country 🤣
29 Sep, 11:29 PM UTC
@hmtreasury £1500 a year. But if their mortgage is £250,000 they will have to pay about £600/month more now as a result of Friday. That is £7200 a year. So the government have made them £5,700 a year worse off. Don't call it a Growth Plan. Call it a disaster plan. #ToryIncompetence
29 Sep, 10:58 PM UTC
@CarlEve @rec777777 I did sense that. Rec’s not most people though. He’s still referring to Friday as the first steps in a ‘growth plan.’ 😂
29 Sep, 10:56 PM UTC
Simon Parker
#bbcqt It's amazing how the debate about the budget is as if it's a dinner party conversation, as if there's a fun question of present pain for future gain. How does anyone know this theoretical growth plan will work?
29 Sep, 10:53 PM UTC
Jack Horner
@hmtreasury How much gave they lost on their pension? Thanks to the government’s growth plan my pension, accumulated over 35 years of hard work, has dropped by £30k. That is around £30k in total.
29 Sep, 11:43 PM UTC
Ed. White
@MarvinH2_G2 @andrew_lilico Clearly. It's implicit in their intention to cut public spending by £50bn A YEAR to pacify markets over their £50bn tax rebate for the rich. Explicit in their rejection of redistribution. No growth plan, just as no actual plan for improving NHS/social care accompanied NI rises.
29 Sep, 11:39 PM UTC
@trussliz But where is this growth plan of which you speak?
29 Sep, 11:38 PM UTC
Derrick Chester
I know it's stating the obvious but the best way to achieve a growth plan is to demonstrate that the debt being accrued to pay for it is capable of being paid off as a result. In other words that the UK can earn its way to pay its bills. That's the fundamental crisis and the
29 Sep, 11:28 PM UTC
@trussliz What your 'Growth plan' has delivered is a collapse in the pound, interest rates going up, pension funds in freefall, and likely that inflation will double due to the new cost of imported goods.. Resign now and take the clown next door with you. #trussoutnow
29 Sep, 11:26 PM UTC