Mike Salem, The UK Country Associate for the leading international consumer group, the Consumer Choice Center (CCC), reacted to the launch of the Conservative Party manifesto earlier on Tuesday.

In a statement, Salem expressed support for proposed tax cuts, building on brownfields to alleviate the housing shortage, using AI and integrating technology in the NHS, as well as plans to encourage nuclear energy.

However, despite these pledges, Salem raised concerns about the feasibility of these cuts, which would halve £178 billion of government revenue, and the control over lifestyle options by reintroducing the Tobacco and Vapes Bill. He further raised concerns about the credibility of these promises in light of the government’s priorities over the last two years.

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