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Once regarded as a political poison, public opinion has moved in favour of Labour’s capital gains tax since it was announced three years ago and support for idea has moved well ahead of the party’s own popularity, according a recent Herald Digipoll.

A million more people are being forced to pay the upper 40p income tax rate to fund the Government’s ongoing plans to help the lowest paid workers, according to experts.

We Conservatives never lost a general election in the Eighties when offering them. Ever since we bought into that whole “modernisation-means-matching-Labour-spending-plans” schtick, we’ve failed to win one.

One of Utah’s largest energy users might not have to pay a utility tax.

SAN JOSE (Reuters) – A centre-left former diplomat who has emerged as the surprise leader of Costa Rica’s presidential race vows if he wins a runoff vote to prepare the ground for eventual tax hikes seen as crucial to preserving the credit rating of Central America’s No. 2 economy.

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