Politics

Tax | Welsh election 2021: tax policies

With just under two weeks to go until the Welsh parliamentary election on 6 May 2021, the parties have published their manifestos and shared their plans for Wales. We examine the main parties’ tax plans to see their impact on businesses and individual taxpayers

Tax | Scottish election 2021: what tax measures are planned

As the Scottish gear up for their 2021 parliamentary election on 6 May 2021, the parties have published their Holyrood election manifestos, unveiling their visions for Scotland, we examine the tax plans for the main parties and how they will affect businesses and individual taxpayers

Tax | Labour names Anneliese Dodds as shadow Chancellor

The Labour Party’s new leader, Sir Keir Starmer, has named Anneliese Dodds as the first woman shadow chancellor, replacing John McDonnell who resigned from the shadow cabinet following the party’s defeat in the December election

Tax | Chancellor sets out radical employment support package to protect jobs

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out a multibillion pound package to protect jobs with a government commitment to pay 80% of salaries for private sector employees who are furloughed during the coronavirus crisis, a three-month deferral of VAT payments until the end of June and self employed will be eligible for statutory sick pay (SSP). Sara White reports
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