Tax


The way forward

Posted on March 12th, by Barnaby Powell in Politics & Society. 2 comments

We’re often told that we face challenges of a scale unseen since the war, so what can we learn from then and apply to now?

We’re in a bind – the result of much foolish gaming carried out on our behalf up to 2008 and, well before that, the easing of credit granted to those of us who had little notion of the cost of borrowing. The pump … Read More »



The Croydon Conservatives’ voluntary tax proposals are an appeal to a better nature that Croydonians simply don’t have

Posted on February 28th, by Jonny Rose in Politics & Society. No Comments

It’s a noble idea, but it probably won’t work, and Croydonians can already give their money and time to help the homeless more directly

In advance of this year’s council elections, the Croydon Conservatives have proposed introducing a voluntary tax for those living in Band H homes to pay to support the borough’s homeless.

Voluntary taxes relying on the goodwill of the affluent is … Read More »