Budget 2021: Millions will be worse off in 2022, says IFS

But Mr Johnson told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “What he’s done is use the pandemic as cover for what I think was probably necessary – a big increase in NHS spending, being funded by this increase in National Insurance contributions, and undoing some of the very big cuts we’ve seen to the justice, further education and school system over the last decade.”

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