Archive | March, 2016

Internet sales and local property taxation

Sorry, it’s not a very catchy title! But this is a big issue with ramifications for public finances and who pays for local services. As internet sales increase the cost burden of local property taxes potentially  increases on bricks and mortar businesses relative to sales  and the impact on their competitive position will grow. What […]

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Opting out of “ever closer union”

This my first blog for a while as I’ve been involved in a local campaign. The UK is being bombarded by views about the EU referendum (and this will continue undoubtedly). I thought I would focus on the opt out achieved in the negotiations for the UK to not participate in “ever closer union”. For […]

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