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Matthew Cheetham, CEO of Harrington Brooks, comments on the launch of the Conservatives' manifesto PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 April 2015

“The Conservatives’ announcement today in its manifesto that it will champion the rights of “working people” and extend the Right-to-Buy scheme for social tenants is a positive step, as it allows individuals to take control of their lives and secure their financial futures. Harrington Brooks also welcomes the pledge to remove people who earn the minimum wage from paying any income tax at all, as it will help to ease the financial pressure that such individuals may sometimes find themselves under.

“We also welcome, with particular interest, the Conservatives’ commitment to legislate for further powers and an increased budget for the Greater Manchester area. Based in Sale, we firmly believe that given the opportunity, Manchester’s thriving business community can go from strength to strength if given more control over its own affairs.
“However, Harrington Brooks wants to see the next Government implement a coordinated and focused national Personal Debt Action Plan, that draws upon the resources available from those in the debt sector, as well as from the experiences of those who have actually suffered financial hardship themselves, in order to eradicate this country’s debt epidemic once and for all.”

(Source - Harrington Brooks Comment)


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