Govt plans 1% NI increase to fund social care - reports

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Govt plans 1% NI increase to fund social care - reports
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Govt plans 1% NI increase to fund social care - reports

National Insurance (NI) could be increased by 1% for millions of workers to help fund social care, according to reports.

The Daily Telegraph reports Downing Street wants to raise NI by 1%, adding the Treasury would prefer 1.25%. The move would affect about 25 million workers and the self-employed. The Times states...

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