Top of the Charts: Yellow jackets

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Tax and Welfare

Sign up for our weekly Top of the Charts emails here   Afternoon all,   Welcome to 2019, a year which seems to have decided to use its first week to remind us that we are an island nation. I’ve not seen much news in recent days, but from the headlines I gather we’re spending our … Continued

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How wealth taxes can raise billions more without scaring any horses

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Tax and Welfare

Raising taxes is never easy. Raising taxes with the government’s slim parliamentary majority is harder still. Raising taxes on wealth in those circumstances, given our diverging senses of fairness is…  not a walk in the park. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t need doing, and the good news is that significant progress can be made … Continued

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Top of the Charts: Resolution Times Christmas Special

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Sign up for our weekly Top of the Charts emails here Morning all, It’s the last working day before Christmas (Eve)* and so reading through the best economics research papers of the week is hopefully not at the top of your to-do list. If it is, don’t worry – you can get help for that. For … Continued

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Top of the Charts: Strong And Stable Britain

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Sign up for our weekly Top of the Charts emails here   Afternoon all, Having spent this morning at the dentist enduring fairly nonstop pain for no real progress I have new found empathy for the Prime Minister’s experience this week. She can obviously take some comfort from the evidence that her would be assassins of … Continued

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