Cruddas calls for tax rises to hit the rich

York, Nicola
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p18
The article focuses on the suggestion of labour backbencher Jon Cruddas to raise the tax of the wealthy people in Great Britain. He also says that index-linked in benefits and pensions are necessary. In addition, he suggests that the other ways of cost-cutting include readjusting of capital gains tax, investing more on social housing, and providing support for carers and old people.


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