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Bolton to bolt

And finally, industry consultant Michael Bolton was apparently left reeling from last week’s Budget.

The 50p in the pound tax on those earning more than £150,000 was too much to bear and Mole hears that he’s looking to move to Spain.

“He’d rather pay 20% to Spain than 50% to the UK,” a source told Mole.

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