Britain after Brexit: A positive vision for taxpayers

July 05, 2016 7:30 AM

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union so it is essential that politicians put together a plan for growth that ensures the security and stability of the economy. It should also be seen as an exciting opportunity to demonstrate that the UK is ready to do business in the booming global economy. Overall, the government must map out a positive vision for taxpayers.

To that end, the TaxPayers’ Alliance recommends several measures including temporary cuts to VAT, cutting Corporation Tax to 10 per cent and scrapping the 45p rate of Income Tax.

Click here to see the full set of recommendations

 

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