A leading Liberal Democrat has outlined plans to implement additional council tax bands for properties worth over £2m.
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) is right to feel 'uneasy' about the Liberal Democrats' recent 'pensions for property' announcement.
One of the most influential Liberal Democrat members of the coalition has insisted the party will continue to argue for a mansion tax, targeting “unearned wealth”.
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Vince Cable has launched another broadside against banks, branding them as ‘anti-business’ and slamming them for their “greed and stupidity”.
Nick Clegg’s idea that pension savings should be used as a form of guarantee to help young people get on the housing ladder is ‘half baked’, Saga’s Ros Altmann has said.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg will argue for a "time-limited" extra tax on the UK's wealthiest people as politicians reconvene after their summer breaks.
George Osborne has limited scope for manoeuvre in terms of handouts for the UK in the Budget on 21 March as the economy continues at a sluggish pace, warned an accountant.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has today published guidelines attacking “payment for failure”.
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has defended his party’s support for the coalition’s spending cuts and pledged to create a “firewall” to protect retail banking customers from speculative investments.
Ministers are discussing plans to inject up to £5bn into the economy without abandoning their deficit reduction strategy, according to reports.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has failed to recognise the virtues of mutuals, Royal London has said.
Business secretary Vince Cable today called for a policy of “stability, stimulus and solidarity” to aid Britain’s financial recovery.
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