Transport exam just a stealth tax

Bussell, Gem
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/23/2008, p60
Trade Publication
The author considers the animals in transport examination in Great Britain as a form of stealth tax. She criticizes the questions included in the examination. She emphasizes the need for credibility on the part of the government. She claims that there must be strong case for a qualification in common sense and logic for all bureaucrats.


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