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Alfie Moon

Daily Telegraph Anti-Cgt Article ... Those Poor Pensioners, Etc

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Here is the latest Daily Telegraph anti-CGT hike for BTL and 2nd home properties (very telling that this has been the focus of their CGT campaign rather than focusing on the impact of a CGT hike for productive areas of the economy such as shares.). See:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/telegraph-view/7839159/Budget-2010-Raising-capital-gains-tax-would-be-a-defining-error.html

Budget 2010: Raising capital gains tax would be a defining error

Telegraph View: It is essential that Mr Osborne does not make the same mistake as Gordon Brown.

If you've got the time it would be good to see, in this final weekend before the emergency Budget, as many HPC'er readers comments added to this DT article.

This is a DT article that readers comments can be added to.

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And readers comments can be added to this anti-CGT hike for BTL and 2nd home properties article:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1287775/Capital-gains-tax-rise-end-losing-Treasury-2-5bn.html

And one from the Independent which allows readers comments to be added to:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/cgt-revenue-will-fall-by-16325bn-2004832.html

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