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273. Ed Miliband's Budget speech recycled same soundbites he has used for years | Mail Online
Examination of his speech shows that his slogans on borrowing, bankers and the Bullingdon Club were all just a case of history repeating.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2585324/No-wonder-familiar-How-Ed-Milibands-Budget-speech-recycled-soundbites-used-four-years.html - 344KB - 20 Mar 2014
Excerpt: mr osborne would move to cut income tax but when it failed to appear mr...
274. Cameron Praised Gillard for Introducing Carbon Tax
Britain's Conservative Prime Minister, David Cameron, personally congratulated former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard when her Labor government introduced the carbon tax. In a move described by the Sydney Morning Herald as a "clear embarrassment" for then opposition leader Tony Abbott, Britain’s nominally centre-right Prime Minister called the tax "bold" and "ambitious".The tax, which was formally repealed yesterday, caused considerable controversy when it was introduced and its repeal was one of Tony Abbott’s main manifesto pledges before he became Prime Minister. Abbott said that it cost each household an extra AU$550 a year and yet did nothing to help the environment.
URL: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/07/17/Cameron-Praised-Gillard-for-Introducing-Carbon-Tax - 63KB - 18 Jul 2014
Excerpt: gillard for introducing carbon tax print article send a tip by nick...
275. Ed's living wage 'is a disaster for jobs' says former Blair aide behind minimum wage | Mail...
Ed Miliband’s plan to encourage businesses to pay a ‘living wage’ would put 300,000 young people out of work, a former aide to Tony Blair warned yesterday.The Labour leader will today announce that he would offer tax breaks to firms who pay their employees £8.80 an hour in London and £7.65 in the rest of the UK – far higher than the minimum wage, which is £6.31 an hour.But John McTernan, who helped Mr Blair introduce the minimum wage in 1999, warned yesterday that the policy would be a disaster for jobs and hit young people particularly hard.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2487479/Eds-living-wage-disaster-jobs-says-Blair-aide-minimum-wage.html - 271KB - 05 Nov 2013
Excerpt: today announce that he would offer tax breaks to firms who pay their...
276. Lord Flight: Looking back at the Autumn Statement | Conservative Home
The extent to which EU requirements and directives are now actively damaging our economy and frustrating our ability to put things right is noteworthy.
URL: http://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2013/12/lord-flight-looking-back-at-the-autumn-statement.html - 69KB - 11 Dec 2013
Excerpt: and tackle fraud in the benefit and tax credits system will be strengthened...
277. Eurocrats: 'The more we spend, the more you save!' – Telegraph Blogs
It seems pretty clear that, in the short term at any rate, Eurocrats can't muster the necessary majority for a Financial Transactions Tax. So they've moved to Plan B: an EU-wide stamp duty on share trading.Such a levy already exists in some states, including the United Kingdom. But to propose it is to beg the question. There is an implicit assumption that EU spending must rise in real terms every year – as, indeed, it has for the past half century. But why, at a time when every one of the 27 member states is looking to cut its budget, should the EU, uniquely, be trying to acquire new revenue streams?The EU budget will rise by 15 billion euros over the next two years. According to the OBR, Britain's net contributions will go from £6.9 billion to £9.3 billion over that period; our gross contributions from £11.9 billion to £14.8 billion. This compares to total savings of £8.6 billion across the whole of our domestic spending.Other countries – Ireland, Latvia, Portugal – are making far deeper cuts. They, too, can see their austerity measures being cancelled out by the Brussels budget. Why doesn't the EU look for savings in line with its constituent states?
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100148491/eurocrats-the-more-we-spend-the-more-you-save/ - 53KB - 18 Apr 2012
Excerpt: for a financial transactions tax so they ve moved to plan b an eu...
278. “Demand-side management”: Blackouts by another name..and why “green energy” is economic nonsense | Roger Helmer MEP
In a recent speech Ed Davey announced that energy intensive companies would be paid to switch off their machinery during times of high demand. As many have noted, this not what happens in healthy energy markets. Although this policy is called ‘demand-side management’, jargon does not disguise what is still a blackout. But simple economics can determine a much better approach to energy policy than the managed decline preferred by the deeply unpopular minority party in the coalition.
URL: http://rogerhelmermep.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/demand-side-management-blackouts-by-another-name/ - 126KB - 24 Jul 2014
Excerpt: open according to research by the tax payera s alliance green energy...
279. The riches of London | John Redwood's Diary
Many of you have pointed out in your responses to yesterday’s blog that London has always been richer than the rest of the country. There have always been rich people who want to congregate near to the royal court or to the seat of government, rich people who want to enjoy the culture and society of a large city, people who come to London as it is by far the best known city in the country. There used to be many Englishmen who did well out of royal favour by being at court.London has always been more than the capital, drawing benefit from that. After all, Washington and Brazilia are governing centres, but they play poor second fiddles to New York and Rio. London has managed to be a large commercial and business centre, as well as a capital city. It used to have a great deal of industry. As a contributor has reminded us, 1930s London saw flourishing light industry in iconic buildings along the great arterial roads into the centre. It was the UK’s number one port, with plenty of wharves and port related industry and distribution. It lost its lead to better located places with deeper water like Felixstowe and Dover. Industry declined or migrated.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/30/the-riches-of-london/ - 157KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: to support much of the uk by its tax revenues image what the uk economy...
280. Wind farms DO hit house prices: Government agency finally admits that thousands can be wiped off...
The Valuation Office Agency has been forced to re-band homes into lower council tax categories, confirming what most residents who live near the giant turbines already know: they are detrimental to property prices.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2177429/Wind-farms-DO-hit-house-prices-Government-agency-finally-admits-thousands-wiped-value-homes.html - 198KB - 23 Jul 2012
Excerpt: to re band homes into lower council tax categories confirming what most...
281. Budget 2014: Ed Miliband's wretched, incoherent response showed that he is not ready to be PM - Dan Hodges, Telegraph Blogs
Every Budget begins with a prologue. “This is a Budget for jobs”, “this is a Budget for growth”, etc.This afternoon George Osborne claimed his was a Budget for the “maker, the doer and the saver”. As he said it I half expected the old theme to Record Breakers to strike up in the background.But the Chancellor was wrong. It was not a Budget for the maker. Or the doer. Or the saver.It was the Budget that proved conclusively Ed Miliband is not yet ready to be prime minister of this country.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danhodges/100264442/budget-2014-ed-milibands-wretched-incoherent-response-showed-that-he-is-not-ready-to-be-pm/ - 60KB - 19 Mar 2014
Excerpt: air ambulances and cuts in bingo tax a or relatively opaque such as the...
282. Tax hitmen to track your spending - Telegraph
Up to two million people are to have their credit files secretly checked under a crackdown on tax evasion to be unveiled by George Osborne to help raise another £10 billion.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/9717894/Tax-hitmen-to-track-your-spending.html - 60KB - 03 Dec 2012
Excerpt: royal celebrities weird home news tax hitmen to track your spending up to...
283. Autumn Statement 'disaster' leaves Ed Balls red-faced | Mail Online
The Shadow Chancellor literally turned red as he was forced to yell over the heckles of opposition MPs and cope with a series of jokes at his expense, including online (pictured).
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2518768/Autumn-Statement-disaster-leaves-Ed-Balls-red-faced.html - 284KB - 05 Dec 2013
Excerpt: of economic growth marriage tax allowance to save 4million couples...
284. Osborne should announce an investigation of the dynamic effects of tax cuts in the budget The...
Perhaps George Osborne will scrap the 50p budget in the budget, or cut it to 45p, or do nothing at all. This morning's claims about his plans are more likely to come from the Liberal Democrats, in one of the further public negotiations that convey a loss of control by the Chancellor. You can find them in the Guardian and the Financial Times.But amist the froth are to be found two solid nuggets of fact.
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/thetorydiary/2012/03/by-paul-goodman-perhaps-george-osborne-will-scrap-the-50p-budget-in-the-budget-or-cut-in-to-45p-or-do-nothing-to-it-all-t.html - 60KB - 16 Mar 2012
Excerpt: main we wouldn t need the 50p tax if we taxed the lib dems every time...
285. Government departments do not like infraction proceedings
One of the reasons the EU now has so much influence over how we are governed is the permanent threat of infraction proceedings which hangs over lost Whitehall departments. Departments like Environment, Climate Change and Energy and the Business department are very constrained by EU law owing to the large n umber of Directives, regulations and Treaty articles that apply to them. Even more domestic departments like Welfare and Education are being dragged into the EU net as the powers of the EU expands. We were told tax stays outside EU jurisdiction, yet there have been a series of cases over VAT (an EU tax) and Corporation Tax which force changes to UK tax law.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2014/07/27/government-departments-do-not-like-infraction-proceedings/ - 90KB - 01 Aug 2014
Excerpt: of the eu expands we were told tax stays outside eu jurisdiction yet...
286. Austerity in Britain is the EU's fault | The Spectator
The angriest I get is when I read about Britain’s seppuku urge to remain under Brussels. How can a Tory government do this? Fifty-five million pounds per day is paid by the Brits to the Brussels kleptos. Some of that is spent by the kleptos in Britain in return, but nothing near what the thieves in Brussels take from the fools in Britain. There would be no austerity measures in Britain if the fools stopped paying the thieves (Tory budget cuts are dwarfed by EU payments), yet the unions in Britain are on the side of Brussels. Go figure.
URL: http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/02/britains-determination-to-kill-itself-makes-my-blood-boil/ - 289KB - 17 Feb 2016
Excerpt: taxes and if there are not enough tax payers then we won 8217 t get a...
287. Oops: In 2009, Obama Administration told Delphi to avoid U.S. taxes via corporate inversion
And now they're trying to take it away from them because . . . economic patriotism!To really understand the rot that is Democrats' current crusade against corporate inversions, one need only look to Delphi. That is the automotive supplier that was once owned by General Motors, and that got caught up in GM's 2009 bankruptcy by experiencing one of its own.Via James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg reports that when the Obama White House took over the running of GM and was tasked with saving both GM and its supply base, it helped Delphi establish itself on paper as a company headquartered in Britain. And why, you ask? Why, so it could avoid paying the U.S. corporate tax of 35 percent on earnings made overseas. In other words, the Obama White House told Delphi to undertake a corporate inversion:
URL: http://www.caintv.com/oops-in-2009-obama-administrat - 40KB - 08 Aug 2014
Excerpt: avoid paying the u s corporate tax of 35 percent on earnings made...
288. Will the IMF ride to Spain’s rescue?
As we get ready for the meetings of the IMF and World Bank this coming week-end a familiar Euro crisis is brewing again. Yesterday Spanish ten year bond yields rose more, to 6.16%. This week Spain is planning to tap the 12 and 18 month money market on Tuesday, and to raise 2 and 10 year money on Thursday. It needs to carry on borrowing, to keep pace with its deficit, to pay all those public sector bills. Some are alarmed at how much it will have to pay to carry on borrowing.Spanish shares have been falling. Markets have raised more doubts about some Spanish banks. The government has taken powers to be able to move in and run any regional government in Spain which does not do a better job this year of running its own finances. In March Spanish banks were borrowing Euro 316 billion from the European Central Bank, a large sum.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/17/will-the-imf-ride-to-spains-rescue/ - 128KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: do you get from cutting the top tax rate 8211 the treasury says a 4...

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