Most Britons willing to pay extra tax to help fund NHS



Seven out of 10 Britons would be willing to pay an additional 1p in the pound in tax to help fund the NHS - while almost half (48%) would pay 2p, according to a new survey.
An extra penny on the basic rate of income tax would raise around £4.5 billion, and 70% of those questioned for ITV1's The Agenda said they would be happy to see a tax-hike on this scale if it was guaranteed that all the money would go to the NHS.
The results also found that almost half (46%) of Brits thought the current NHS was performing badly, with only 23% saying that it was performing well.
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18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 42
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