50p tax rate

The Labour Party under Ed Miliband and his most un-super sidekick Ed Balls are completely anti-business, a fact that has been demonstrated time and again with policies that treat UK PLC as a tax cash cow, that never needs feeding... So it's no wonder that business leaders across the country are not prepared to stand by and listen to this bunch of liars trying to pass themselves off as having great support from industry.
The average British family has not been anywhere near so fortunate as the highest earners, however, and will be £974 a year worse off by 2015 because of tax and benefit changes introduced since 2010... Can there be any greater fallacy than George Osborne's desperate claim that "we're all in this together"?
Inflation has fallen to its lowest rate in four and a half years according to official figures, but it is still eating away
George Osborne's political boost today from figures showing an increasing number of Britons in work has been undermined by
The coalition has received a boost from the news that average pay rises have outstripped inflation for the first time in
Ed Miliband has been urged by a senior Labour party figure to go "further and faster" to woo business in order to ensure
Ed Miliband and the Labour party risk giving the Tories a "free hit" by depicting them as anti-business due to their plan
Danny Alexander has warned George Osborne that the top rate of tax will only be cut to 40p "over my dead body". The Liberal
Ed Miliband wants to keep Labour's proposed 50p tax in place permanently, which is at odds with Ed Balls, who only wants
Ed Miliband needs to offer a wider policy platform than "static" debates about bringing back the 50p top rate of income tax