“That is very clearly the Labour Party’s unerring policy.”
Posts Tagged: Tax and spending
Jonathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrea Leadsom MP, Andrew Lilico and Simon Richards assess the Chancellor’s work.
The Chancellor should make it plain today that high government spending and taxes threaten our prosperity. Here’s my three-stage plan for recovery.
Johnathan Algar, Antonia Cox, Nick Faith, Peter Franklin, David Green, Peter Hoskin, Andrew Lilico, Andrea Leadsom MP and Simon Richards give their views.
Cut green taxes? Scrap HS2? Have your say today.
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We suggest new tools to “shame” governments which breach the fiscal rules and make the passing of a non-compliant budget more difficult.
National Insurance has all but collapsed as a system for delivering genuine, contributions-based self-reliance.
“The rest of the United Kingdom would be asked to stand guarantor for banks over which it had no control”.
Indeed, councils already have the power to do so. So why have only 18 local authorities used it?
There’s a case for tax incentives for firms to encourage them to pay the Living Wage. But that’s no substitute for focusing tax reductions on the worse-off.
We should learn from Sweden’s example of providing a tax incentive for home building repairs or maintenance work.
Priti Patel MP: Labour. The party of gimmicks, scaremongering, opportunism, taxes, debt – and McLuskey
Whether it is on energy prices, education, the criminal justice system or industrial relations, Labour remains entrenched on the side of vested interests and unions.
“They’re a good deal for workers, a good deal for employers and a good deal for the taxpayer.”
The Commons should not back the proposed means of supporting the Green Investment Bank