Wealth Tax

In this crisis, it’s those with the least who’ve been hit most. I’m determined to play my part in changing that.
Rishi Sunak delivered a £30bn mini-budget designed to save jobs from the deep recession caused by coronavirus. The chancellor again came forward with radical state intervention proposals while keeping backbench Tory MPs eager for low tax, small state economics happy. But were the plans radical enough?
Lord Stewart Wood tells HuffPost UK he was glad his party floated the idea in recent days, despite it causing "short-term trouble".
We "enjoy uncommon fortunes, but each of us wants to live in an America that solves the biggest challenges of our common future," notes the plea.