Thursday, Jun 08, 2006

Liberals Propose New Tax for Wealthy 2nd Home Owners

BBC News Online: Ming's 100 days policy blitz

Lib Dem leader Sir Menzies Campbell outlines his parties policy blitz.
'he is proposing a headline grabbing 2p cut in the basic rate, funded by big green taxes and a 13 billion take from the most wealthy second home and share owners - all combined with a tight rein on spending.'

Posted by Moi @ 11:57 AM (533 views)
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1. sirgoogle said...

Gets my vote. More policies needed like this - both for the environment and for housing. Lets hope this sparks the Labour and Conservatives to deal with these issues imaginatively (eg Green products that save fuel/water/reduce CO2 etc perhaps could have little to no VAT applied).

Thursday, June 8, 2006 12:44PM Report Comment
 

2. Dadm said...

Skeletor can say what the hell he likes.....he is a dead man walking and will be gone as leader of the Lid Dems within two years.

Thursday, June 8, 2006 01:22PM Report Comment
 

3. tyrellcorporation said...

I reckon he'll be gone within the year!

The man talks about Human Rights issues at Guantanamo Bay every week in PMQs. Quite frankly no-one gives a stuff about bearded guys in orange suits 2000 miles away. As long as the UK population can get trashed at weekends and just about service their debt, they're happy!

I like the policy announcements today though - even though generally LibDem policies are a 'road-to-ruin'...

Thursday, June 8, 2006 01:53PM Report Comment
 

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