The majority of workers have had some wage growth – of four per cent per annum – since 2010.
Posts Tagged: Tax Cuts
Peter Cuthbertson: Sex, lies, votes, private habits, skewed surveys – our electoral secrets laid bare
As a Conservative candidate, I found a number of chapters in Cowley and Ford’s new book encouraging.
Interview: Andrew Tyrie – “These are tax cuts being offered before the headroom for them is available”
The Chairman of the Treasury Select Committee on the effects of ring-fencing; his opposition to HS2, and why the Scots should keep the proceeds of North Sea Oil.
By sticking to our guns we have now the fastest growing economy in the G7 under this Conservative-led Government.
…So many of whom are in those Northern and Midlands marginals.
The Coalition must end now.
There’s a straight choice between the Prime Minister who’s delivered the fastest growth of any major advanced economy and the guy who forgot to mention the deficit.
How do we answer charges that if Miliband announced a policy like this he would be accused of gross irresponsibility?
The 40p tax reduction plan fits uneasily both with deficit reduction and smart politics.
On Help to Work, Right to Buy, childcare, broadband, marriage – and much else – we are making a difference.
If we go into the next election with too much tax cut talk it will risk our reputation for fiscal responsibility.
The Chancellor’s critics have been proved wrong.
With India’s imports from Germany coming in at almost double Britain’s, William Hague and George Osborne must make the most of this week.
The deficit. A feeble savings rate. Low productivity. Public sector pay that’s too high compared to private sector pay. The high middle class tax bill.