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Some Western companies have continued operating in Russia since it invaded Ukraine, while others have left the country altogether. By still doing business in Russia they finance the war.
Tax cuts are unlikely to help Britain address its current crises. Extra spending has to be financed. To do this, Britain needs higher taxes, not tax cuts.
The global economy was on course for recovery before the war in Ukraine – but this is now being severely impacted by Russian aggression and topped off by disruptions in global supply chains.