In the first piece of a mini-series, our guest author also argues the Government should look again at IR35, and make it more worthwhile to work.
As the Prime Minister said, many people have lent us their vote, and they won’t be so generous next time if we get it wrong.
That’s a legitimate political agenda, and people are quite welcome to vote for it. But they deserve to know what’s coming.
Who will their taxes really hit? How much will they truly raise? And can this really be described as a ‘moderate’ agenda?
Their manifesto doesn’t provide any costings for their most expensive plans. The IFS says their tax pledge is not believable. But will they get away with it?
We are now less than three weeks away from what, hopefully, will be the date the British people’s instruction from the EU referendum will be implemented by the Government and Parliament. The likelihood is that a general election and a Budget will follow before 2019 draws to an end. So what ought the Chancellor be […]
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We need an overhaul to meet both the immediate challenges posed by Brexit and to maintain our global position as other countries start catching us up.
It’s a bit like the roof of Parliament’s Westminster Hall: which is held up by a lot of huge, ancient beams all resting on each other.
The Conservative Party could become the natural home for the urban working class if it revived these towns, David Skelton argues in his new book.