A matter of tax


There is much that is unusual about the 2017 general election, from its surprise announcement to the dominance of a single issue – Brexit – on which the parties themselves remain split. Particularly remarkable is the extent to which the tax debate has so far focused more on options for tax rises rather than tax cuts.

In this paper – part of our pre-election series – we look at the range of policies which have emerged in this pre-election campaign to date. Some of our analysis is necessarily speculative at this stage but a lot has already been revealed (not least through a full scale leak of the Labour manifesto).

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