From Revd Paul Nicolson of Taxpayers Against Poverty
A TAP letter published in The Observer on Sunday 10 August is about the Byzantine complexity of central government paying benefits and local government taxing them. I suggest it is better to tax the wealthy another £1.2 billion which could pay the council tax of the poorest citizens with some left over for the common good.
The Observer 10 August 20
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