Byline: DAVID HUGHES
GORDON Brown was branded the 'clickety click' Chancellor by the Tories yesterday as the number of stealth taxes introduced by Labour hit 66.
His shadow Oliver Letwin turned bingo caller to highlight the scale of Mr Brown's undercover moves to rake in revenue.
He said Wednesday's Budget saw six new stealth taxes to go with the 60 already introduced by Mr Brown since 1997.
While Mr Brown has kept Labour's manifesto pledge not to raise either the standard or top rates of income tax, he has devised scores of alternative revenue-raising schemes.
'Two days on, a close look at the Budget details reveals that Gordon Brown is …