Too often, Osborne’s ‘tax avoidance’ measures hurt small enterprise.
Posts Tagged: George Osborne MP
Sponsored Post: Gavin Partington: Over 2,000 small business owners call on the Chancellor to think again about the soft drinks tax
The policy risks more than 4,000 jobs but will only reduce calorie intake by five calories per person, per day.
Sponsored Post: Pev Manners: The only impact a soft drinks tax will have is on small British businesses like Belvoir Fruit Farms
Demonising one product surely cannot be the answer.
To turn Lord Denning on his head, Brexit is like “an incoming tide flowing up the estuaries of England”.
The Government finds Brexit offers an alibi for its own profligacy.
Sponsored Post: Linda Sood – If the Conservatives really are the party of business, they should scrap the soft drinks tax
Small retailers will be hit hard.
A tumultuous political year has brought a lot of changes to the list.
We were told at the time that David Cameron’s Government had secured a reformed EU…which the same people now tell us Theresa May somehow prevented it from securing.
Poaching eye-catching individuals with technical expertise but no political loyalty has not proved a good way to run a Government.
May has no reason to believe that the French and German elections will produce stability in Europe. Osborne is asking her to wait for Godot.
The OECD, the IMF, the Treasury, Osborne. How the experts got it wrong on the aftermath of a Leave vote.
We present chapter and verse of seven ways in which Project Fear’s short-term warnings have turned out to be mistaken.
What will replace the surplus target?
The combination of a small majority, radical intent, a flow of power one way to Cabinet Ministers and another to key aides requires adjustment.
It’s difficult to reconcile the Prime Minister’s evident ambitions with the realities of her circumstances – and not obvious she’s trying to.
Osborne launches his new think-tank today, and the project that he championed will continue – though with differences.