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Posts Tagged: Tax Cuts
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.
Ten thousand shops have been empty for more than three years.
Low taxes for low income earners, the Northern Powerhouse, devolution and… Halfonism.
Sam Bowman claims that unless taxes are cut at the same rate as tax credits, the Government will end up disincentivising work.
For the first time this year, the money Britons earn will go into their pockets, not the taxman’s.
Plus: All praise, Lynton Crosby! Breibart – falling apart? The Daily Mail: Chappers out, Shippers back?
The only vision of the fair society that strengthens, rather than saps, our economic competitiveness is the meritocratic kind that boosts social mobility.
Plus: The CCHQ charm school. Disgraceful Livingstone. Untruthful Clegg. Nasty Russell Brand. Where I’ll be on election night. And: Advice to candidates for the count.
The personal allowance is up from £6,475 to £10,475: 26 million people are now keeping more of their own money.
Capped care home fees. Better help for rape victims. 15 hours free childcare for 3 and 4 year olds. Reduced number of pension qualifying years for women. And more.
As the election looms, the papers are shifting back to their political comfort zones. But the consensus is that Osborne has drawn some of the sting from Miliband’s attack.
Daniel Hannan MEP: Scowl, and you’ll help to lose the EU referendum. Smile, and you’ll help to win it.
Reflecting people’s gripes back at them will take you only so far. To get further, you must also offer something better.
Andrew Griffiths MP: Cheers, George! It’s time for the Chancellor to cut beer duty for the third time.
We said cutting duty would see sales go up, more jobs created, pubs stay open and the tax take increase. And this is exactly what has happened.
It offers an opportunity not only to consolidate and build upon our economic achievements, but to change the terms of the political debate.