Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May takes part in BBC1's Question Time Leaders Special from the campus of the University of York, in York, England, Friday, June 2, 2017. (Stefan Rousseau/PA via AP)
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An ally of British Prime Minister Theresa May has said income tax will not rise for higher earners, making a new promise to voters less than a week before a national election with opinion polls showing a narrowing of May's lead.May has left open the possibility of higher income taxes by only promising no increases in value-added tax before Thursday's vote.Labour has said it will raise income taxes on people earning more than 80,000 pounds ($103,152) a year, promising no increases for the other 95 percent of taxpayers.An opinion poll published Friday showed May's Conservatives lead the opposition Labour Party by five percentage points, down sharply from 15 a little more than two weeks ago.
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