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English Tax Decided by English Votes ?

Election tax promises continue, now with the Conservatives launching an English mini-manifesto promising English votes for English laws, including tax. Despite the protests from nationalist parties in other countries of the UK the logic and basic, democratic fairness is inescapable. … Continue reading

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Why Election Tax Promises Are Not Working – Nationalist Top Taken Off a Very Shaken-up British Bottle.

The British election is producing ever more outlandish tax promises, from parties on all sides, but it seems they are not making much impact on the polls or electorate. My own view is because the situation is not the tired … Continue reading

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Election Promises – and Other Advertising Myths

With the UK election into manifesto week all the main parties are making promises over tax and spend. Taxes will go up, but somehow in a way that won’t hurt the target voters, just other people. Spending also goes up, … Continue reading

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Tax and Election Promises

With the formal start of the election campaign each of the main parties are busy spinning tax by stepping-up promises for themselves and undermining their opponents. The Tory promise not to increase VAT wrong-footed Labour, who were pushed into a … Continue reading

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Tax and the Parties Early Election Campaign Slogans

All the main UK parties are making tax promises in the build-up to the general election in May. The Conservatives have suggested a reform of Inheritance Tax (IHT). Labour wants a mansion tax on London and SE England to pay … Continue reading

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Main Parties For and Against Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax has got out of hand. Originally brought in as a kind of super-tax on big Downton Abbey type country estates it has now become warped. The projected increase of estates having to pay it (up to 10% by the end of … Continue reading

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