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NO.10 and No.11 are at loggerheads over plans to cushion families from the cost-of-living hell.

Boris Johnson’s top aide Steve Barclay has proposed slashing VAT to reduce shop prices.

2No.10 and No.11 are at loggerheads over plans to cushion families from the cost-of-living hellCredit: Rex 2The Sun understands Chancellor Rishi Sunak is against slashing VAT to reduce shop pricesCredit: Reuters

The Sun understands Chancellor Rishi Sunak is against.

Healthy foods are already spared the 20 per cent levy.

Treasury insiders fear a cut would wipe billions from their coffers without really helping families.

They warned cheaper goods could even send inflation higher than 9.1 per cent.

Economist Paul Johnson said: “You don’t throw petrol on a fire.

“I think it would be a terrible policy.”

But Taxpayers’ Alliance and ex-Minister Sir John Redwood said Brits will be delighted that No10 is taking VAT cuts seriously.

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SSU Performing Arts Academy to host Open House for Fall Registration

The Shawnee State University Performing Arts Academy (PAA) is accepting new registrations for its fall classes at an upcoming Open House on Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. During the event, parents and students can meet with faculty, tour the facility, and learn more about the classes offered. Offered on SSU’s campus, the PAA courses serve as an introduction and instruction to musicians, dancers, and actors.

PAA classes are available for ages 3-17 in Beginner to Advanced technique levels. Courses include ballet, jazz, contemporary, theatre, musical theatre, popfunk, acrodance, guitar, piano, tap, creative movement, and boys acro/popfunk. Adult classes are also available in a number of subjects including clogging, ballet, theatre jazz, guitar, and piano.

The PAA teaches the Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum and Acrobatic Arts with certified instructors. The program is also a member of the Ohio Dance Masters and has professional instructors teaching each of its courses.

Registration for the Performing Arts Academy can also be completed online at For more information, contact instructor Summer Logan at [email protected]

Registration is available for fall classes of the Performing Arts Academy.

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