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- Dav 21st Oct - 12:58pm
the key word is effectively VAT is effectively a tax paid by consumers; it is not a tax paid by companies on income, effectively or...
- Richard Dean 21st Oct - 12:56pm
The picture is probably a bit more complicated, but think about the first message being given here: Immigration is good because it provides the indigenous...
- David Evans 21st Oct - 12:38pm
Dav, the key word is effectively.
- David 21st Oct - 12:21pm
Could there be/is there a list of how many reps each eligible local Party sent to Conference alongside how many they were entitled to send?
- Dav 21st Oct - 12:02pm
Effectively with VAT and other transactional taxes, we’re already doing this No, we're not: VAT is paid by consumers, not by companies.
- Roland 21st Oct - 11:54am
>Do you really think that we should move to taxing corporate income, not profits? Effectively with VAT and other transactional taxes, we're already doing this.