Indirect taxes clobber the less well off
Britain’s poorest households pay more of their incomes in taxes than the very richest, official figures reveal today. The
IFS warns families to be £5,000 worse off
Children and the poor will be hardest hit by unprecedented weak growth in living standards that will see households £5,000
Without answers to these questions it's difficult to see how the UK can reconcile unconstrained growth in the long-haul sector with the need to meet emissions reduction targets.