The Chancellor announced 2,000 new scholarships to promoted Artificial Intelligence, “a sign of our ambition for the future.”
Posts Tagged: Taxation
WATCH: The Prime Minister insists “You have no fiercer and more zealous opponent of unnecessary tax rises than me”
“If I can possibly avoid it, I do not want to raise taxes again,” adds Johnson. “Of course not.”
What if we had given workers on furlough the chance to do R&D for their companies instead of being paid to simply not work at all by the Government?
The Health Secretary adds that “when we take away hard-working people’s money every penny should be spent wisely.”
Here’s how we combine climate action and nature regeneration with fairness and levelling up.
The Conservatives should think about the implications of what would happen if Labour got serious on this issue.
Providing local, flexible, workspaces could replace millions of daily commutes which only serve to harm the environment.
WATCH: “I don’t recognise that” – Sunak on claim he said he would raise taxes now to cut them before next election
“Given the shock we have had, it would be brave for people to know exactly what was going to happen in three years.”
WATCH: Shadow Chancellor would “look favourably” at increasing Corporation Tax “if there’s a long-term plan”
But Dodds also says that she “would be concerned at additional taxes on businesses right now, clamping down on confidence in our recovery.”
WATCH: “Conservatives believe in the importance of community and belonging” – the Chancellor delivers his Conference speech
“Our values are rooted in the fundamental belief that individual freedom enables both the greatest achievement and the gentlest kindness.”
“This Government stood between the people and the danger and we always will.” Sunak’s Conference speech – full text.
“I am committing myself to a single priority – to create, support and extend opportunity to as many people as I can.”
Rainer Zitelmann: Wealth taxes would be neither popular nor Conservative. Sunak must remember this tomorrow.
Contrary to what members of the Labour Party say, the evidence demonstrates that the public desire for high taxes on the rich is low.
Britain imposes uniquely heavy burdens on low-income workers with dependants, which create a huge drag on social mobility. Profound reform is needed.
There is a misguided belief that the sector is an easy route to raising tax revenues. Businesses and second home owners are being penalised.
Sam Robinson: Raising the NationaI Insurance threshold is an opportunity to make the tax system fairer
A full merger is the logical destination. That would be simpler, more honest and more modern.