Leading retailers ask Hunt to freeze business rates multiplier to save £400m

Jeremy Hunt Budget briefcase shutterstock_2275392711 Fred Duval

A group of 44 retail sector leaders from firms including Aldi, M&S, Boots and IKEA have written to chancellor Jeremy Hunt urging him to freeze the business rates multiplier to avoid a £400m cost increase next year.

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