Some of the UK’s biggest retailers have called on the chancellor to take action on business rates to save the high street.
Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s and Currys are among the brands urging Jeremy Hunt to cut or freeze the tax bill, which is set to rise 6.7% next year.
According to the British Retail Consortium, the rise equates to a £470m bill hike for the country’s retailers.
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