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  1. Do you in general support these proposals to reform Council Tax? https://fairershare.org.uk/
  2. Under the radar somewhat so far apart from Surrey's proposed 15% increase which they eventually rowed back from due to the need to have a local referendum. Public aren't quite ready for this one, but next month's increases are going to be bang up to the max of 5% on average (including the care precept) which is a real increase of 3% or so. But that's just the start of it. Non-core services such as green waste bins & car parking fees are also being hiked. They will in effect add at least a further 5% to many people's overall council tax bill, in some case more than that. But
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