Archive: Adam Smith Institute
Ignore Osborne's rail fiasco and Mitchell's 'pleb' outburst. The real scandal is the government's refusal to support British business.
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In its submission1 to the Smith Commission on devolved powers to Scotland, the CIOT has suggested a hybrid approach to devolution that includes both full devolution of some taxes and the possible assignment of an appropriate share of revenue of taxes collected in Scotland.
In the run-up to the Scottish parliamentary elections due to be held in 2016, The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is calling on Scotland’s political parties to prioritise the four tax principles of Adam Smith: equality, certainty, convenience and economy, in their design of a new council tax system.
Smith Report is a 'golden opportunity squandered' says the NASUWT
Adam Hart-Davis joins FSB's Keep Trade Local campaign