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Starmer to say he’s ‘changed’ Labour as party rules out raising income tax or NI

Leader targets swing voters in Kent and Essex while shadow chancellor makes vow on taxes and spending

Keir Starmer will declare on Monday that Labour has changed “permanently” under his stewardship, after the party ruled out raising income tax or national insurance if it wins the election.

In his first keynote speech of the general election campaign, the Labour leader will seek to reassure nervous voters that transforming his party has been his “driving mission since day one”.

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