Maude said hauliers had already moved abroad because of the threat of additional energy taxes.He accused Brown of being complacent in his pre-Budget statement. 'The number of business failures is rising and continiung to rise,' Maude said.And the shadow chancellor urged Brown to scrap the much derided IR 35 - his move to bring more contractors into the PAYE system. 'Congratulations a new Labour brain drain,' Maude said warning that Labour punished people who tried to help themselves.And he slammed the chancellor on red tape. He talks less regulation, he imposes more,' he said.
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