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Stephen Hill is a businessman who has been published on classical economics and on European philology and philosophy.
Would you vote to join a club where the insolvent members are paid for by the solvent ones?
When he was in No. 10, Brown’s ugly temper turned it into the House of the Flying Mobiles
Between the hawks and the doves of the MPC, there is no comfortable middle ground.
Our world is facing a conjunction of three cycles affecting Credit, Climate and Conflict, Bill Houston writes in his new book
Somewhere along the line Robert had racked up losses of over £1 billion when the stock market fell out of bed in 2008.
The bankers are the screwer and the taxpayer is the screwee in these strange transactions. You might as well get a bonus for training monkeys to eat bananas
Balls is no fool, he’s just a clever idiot, which is far more dangerous
As the wheels came off this dream, the engineers scratched their heads in blank disbelief: it wasn’t meant to do this, what did we overlook?
As with all jellies, one wobble in one place causes other wobbles in other places, and so on ad infinitum
If I prove to be right, you read it here first, and not for the first time before and during this global crisis
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In this new anti-tax-avoidance era, when so many tax reliefs have been withdrawn, I've heard that investing in a Business Property Renovation Allowance scheme is one of the few remaining good opportunities for maxing your tax position. Is it true that you can get up to 100 per cent tax relief on the amount invested? And what exactly are these schemes? How do they work? What are the upsides? Downsides?
In this climate, it is a relief to see one potentially attractive tax allowance come through unscathed from recent criticism
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