Govt cut VAT on herbal tea

Govt cut VAT on herbal tea

The Government is cutting the VAT rate on herbal tea as part of measures included in the Finance Bill.

It is reducing the rate to zero, knocking around 19% of the price of a drink.

It is one of the measures included in the Finance Bill, which has been published today, a week after the Budget.

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