Taxation

By Christopher Snowdon

There should be no debate about whether taxes on food, alcohol, tobacco and soft drinks (‘sin taxes’) are regressive. It…

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By Zilvinas Silenas

Instead of comprehensive re-examination of the Energy Taxation Directive, the European Commission is examining whether ETD should continue the exemptions…

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By Conor D'Arcy; Torsten Bell

The wealth of Scottish households has grown rapidly in recent years and now exceeds £1 trillion for the first time.…

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By Matt Whittaker; Adam Corlett; George Bangham

The National Health Service will turn 70 on 5 July 2018, but public concern about its condition is at its…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Offshore financial centres (OFCs) are alleged to be hotbeds of tax evasion. Their role in facilitating individual and corporate tax…

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By Dr Eamonn Butler; Paul Saper

Eamonn Butler and Paul Saper argue that a long-term solution for social care requires older but wealthier people contributing more…

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By Various Authors

If we are to have a health and care system that meets the expectations of the population, we need to…

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By Various Authors

Foreign aid is often exempt from taxation in recipient countries. Research on the topic is sparse, debate infrequent, and the…

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By Len Shackleton

1. It is claimed that robots, algorithms and artificial intelligence are going to destroy jobs on an unprecedented scale. 2.…

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