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Taxes which bring in less than £5bn per year should be scrapped or merged with other levies, the Institute of Directors has said. In a paper on simplifying the system, the IoD argues that the taxes that do not meet the threshold, including inheritance tax, air passenger duty, and capital gains, should be reformed to “acc...
Institute of Directors press release Taxes which collect below £5billion per annum should be challenged annually, with a view to their repeal or merger with other...
Public Accounts Committee press release Richard Bacon MP today said: "The Aspire contract between HMRC and Capgemini is the Government's largest technology ...
Nick Clegg accused David Cameron of trying to claim credit for the Liberal Democrats' flagship policy of cutting the income tax threshold. "I think this is a prett...
Labour press release Labour’s Zero-Based Review: Labour identifies £70 million of annual savings in courts budget Labour today sets out how it will make over £...
Liberal Democrats press release Speaking in Scotland today, Danny Alexander said: 'Today I am publishing new information which shows just how powerful a boost ...
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