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James Dyson attacks Rishi Sunak’s ‘shortsighted, stupid’ tax policies

UK entrepreneur says economic strategy has left Britain in a ‘Covid inertia’ and calls for growth plan

Sir James Dyson, the billionaire businessperson, has launched a withering attack on Rishi Sunak’s government, saying its “shortsighted” and “stupid” economic policies have left the country in a state of “Covid inertia”.

The founder of the eponymous vacuum cleaner firm said “growth has become a dirty word” under the current leadership and that on current trends, the average British family will be poorer than their Polish counterpart by 2030.

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