His comments went serve than a party’s manifesto, that pronounced they would keep taxes “low” though did not order out a arise in income tax.
Campaigning in West Yorkshire, Prime Minister Theresa May declined to be drawn on his comments, observant usually it was their “firm intention” to revoke taxes for typical families.
“Our position on taxation hasn’t changed. We have set it out in a manifesto,” she said.
“What people will know when they go to opinion on Thursday is that it is a Conservative Party that always has been, is and always will be a low-tax party.