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Money raised from a new plastics tax could be siphoned off into other spending areas, the Government has admitted, raising fears it will be used as a "stealth" tax.

The new tax will apply to any packaging which does not meet a minimum threshold of at least 30 per cent recycled content from April 2022.

Ministers are hoping this will stop manufacturers using cheaper new non- recycled plastic material in their products, despite its greater environmental impact.

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, said: “This action, coupled with the other measures we are bringing in, will help drive up recycling, cut the amount of new plastic being used and protect our environment for future generations.”...

Money raised from a new plastics tax could be siphoned off into other spending areas, the Government has admitted, raising fears it will be used as a "stealth" tax.

The new tax will apply to any packaging which does not meet a minimum threshold of at least 30 per cent recycled content from April 2022.

Ministers are hoping this will stop manufacturers using cheaper new non- recycled plastic material in their products, despite its greater environmental impact.

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, said: “This action, coupled with the other measures we are bringing in, will help drive up recycling, cut the amount of new plastic being used and protect our environment for future generations.”...

Money raised from a new plastics tax could be siphoned off into other spending areas, the Government has admitted, raising fears it will be used as a "stealth" tax.

The new tax will apply to any packaging which does not meet a minimum threshold of at least 30 per cent recycled content from April 2022.

Ministers are hoping this will stop manufacturers using cheaper new non- recycled plastic material in their products, despite its greater environmental impact.

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, said: “This action, coupled with the other measures we are bringing in, will help drive up recycling, cut the amount of new plastic being used and protect our environment for future generations.”...

Money raised from a new plastics tax could be siphoned off into other spending areas, the Government has admitted, raising fears it will be used as a "stealth" tax.

The new tax will apply to any packaging which does not meet a minimum threshold of at least 30 per cent recycled content from April 2022.

Ministers are hoping this will stop manufacturers using cheaper new non- recycled plastic material in their products, despite its greater environmental impact.

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, said: “This action, coupled with the other measures we are bringing in, will help drive up recycling, cut the amount of new plastic being used and protect our environment for future generations.”...