The Autumn Statement and Spending Review were far too interventionist.
Posts Tagged: National Insurance Contribution
For the first time this year, the money Britons earn will go into their pockets, not the taxman’s.
Growing national debt is a burden that young people and future generations shouldn’t be asked to bear. Governments have a moral responsibility to remove it.
Beginning and ending with deficit reduction – and aiming for a surplus.
The Government needs to merge income tax and national insurance – and resist tax rises altogether.
Osborne’s stamp duty reform gets a thumbs-up. But reaction to other measures is more mixed – and deep concern about the deficit remains.
Osborne simply has no political room to do anything very much. The big decisions will come after the election – whoever is in office.
The Conservatives must strike the right balance between tackling corporate abuses and bashing big business.
The Government should return to allowing contracting out of the public system in return for a rebate on national insurance contributions.
…So many of whom are in those Northern and Midlands marginals.
ConservativeHome manifesto: Introduction – Homes. Jobs. Savings. Plus Money and Power. Ten policies to make a difference.
Home ownership first. New garden cities. Scrap HS2. Repatriate immigration control. Reform pensions tax relief. Higher NIC thesholds. English home rule. Internet voting.
If some charities were acting in a way that was genuinely balanced, they would have been more vocal in criticising the last Labour Government.
It didn’t do it under Blair and Brown, and wouldn’t do it in the future.
We have put together the most comprehensive package ever put together by a Government to stimulate the economy and employment creation.
The current enthusiasm for income tax cuts is in danger of getting out of hand.