I must learn to curb my enthusiasm about the Conservative Party. Contrary to my post earlier today, it would appear that the Bow Group’s proposals today (which can be found in full here) are not in fact a land value tax at all, merely a property tax and that going by the comments on ConservativeHome,… Continue reading The what and why of land value taxation
Tommy Sheridan’s only vices are apparently sunbeds – and Scrabble. I bet he’s great at triple scores though.
Just under 100 years ago the Conservative Party, from its position of strength in the House of Lords, went to war with a reforming Liberal Government on the issue of land value taxation.Â Now it is the latest thing in Tory fiscal reforms. I’ll blog about this later, but all in all this is something… Continue reading The difference 100 years makes