Financial Times - Dec. 1
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- UK shelves proposals to raise capital gains tax rates and cut allowance https://on.ft.com/3G1tmX9
- Omicron could keep inflation high for longer, says Bank of England policymaker https://on.ft.com/3G1maKB
- Boris Johnson pledges COVID-19 booster jabs for all adults by end of January https://on.ft.com/3G0rY73
- UK will not engage in 'tit for tat' with EU over financial services https://on.ft.com/3pcGG4h
- Britain has shelved proposals to raise capital gains tax rates to align them with income tax and slash the levy's annual allowance.
- Bank of England policymaker Catherine Mann said on Tuesday the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 could mean inflation remains high for longer than expected if it prevents consumers switching their spending from goods to services and prolongs disruption to global supply chains.
- In response to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant, British prime minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday pledged to offer all eligible adults in England a COVID-19 booster vaccination by the end of January 2022.
- Britain will not engage in "tit for tat" with the European Union by restricting access to the city of London or trying to stop UK-based banking staff relocating to the continent, chief executive of Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority Sam Woods said on Tuesday.