Can Tax Increases Solve the United Kingdom’s Public Finance Crisis?

July 01, 2009 3:07 AM

The report, by the CEBR for the TPA, sets out how national debt could reach £2.3 trillion and unemployment 3.8 million and that tax increases are not a viable solution to the fiscal crisis.

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