The TaxPayers' Alliance call on Welsh Councils to reduce Council Tax

March 24, 2015 3:35 PM

Earlier this week, the TaxPayers’ Alliance toured North Wales as part of our campaign against extortionate rises in Council Tax. We travelled from Wrexham to Anglesey, stopping in nearly a dozen towns to let local people know quite how much their bills were being hiked by and what we were doing about it.

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Councils throughout the country have in the past few weeks been setting their budgets, seemingly with no thought for taxpayers. Across Wales - from Abergele to Aberdare, Bridgend to Bangor and Cardiff to Conwy - taxpayers are paying more and more each year without seeing any improvement in their services. Indeed, some are deteriorating.

If you too are sick of seeing your Council Tax bill hiked year on year with multiple above-inflation rises, sign and share our petition. Add your voice to the call for less waste, lower tax, and greater accountability in Welsh local government

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