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NDP MP Mulcair says it's 'highly unlikely' NDP will support budget unless tax cuts cancelled

Pollster Frank Graves says 'it's gone from a phony war to a real war.' But Conservative Geoff Norquay says he believes the government will avoid an election, without having to cancel the corporate tax cuts.

 

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Budget and election: NDP MP Thomas Mulcair that it's 'highly unlikely' the NDP will vote for corporate tax cuts in the next budget.

PARLIAMENT  HILL—The NDP has taken a stunning new position on $6-billion in scheduled corporate tax cuts that could force a spring election over the government’s March budget.

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NDP MP Mulcair says it's 'highly unlikely' NDP will support budget unless tax cuts cancelled

Pollster Frank Graves says 'it's gone from a phony war to a real war.' But Conservative Geoff Norquay says he believes the government will avoid an election, without having to cancel the corporate tax cuts.

 

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Budget and election: NDP MP Thomas Mulcair that it's 'highly unlikely' the NDP will vote for corporate tax cuts in the next budget.

PARLIAMENT  HILL—The NDP has taken a stunning new position on $6-billion in scheduled corporate tax cuts that could force a spring election over the government’s March budget.

  

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