The Tories must come clean on the economy | Letters
Colin Montgomery and Sasha Simic air their views on Philip Hammond’s conference speech. Plus Adrian Sinfield, David Murray, William Wallace and Natalie Bennett on the Tories’ record in power
As well as taxing web giants, perhaps Philip Hammond should tax cognitive dissonance – his conference speech alone could secure prosperity for a generation (Hammond pledges digital services tax on web giants, 1 October).
He acknowledges that capitalism in its current form isn’t working for ordinary people; yet there’s no acknowledgment that he and his party have wasted eight years effectively pursuing a turbo-charged version of “business as usual” post-crash while – to add insult to injury – making ordinary people pick up the tab.
Source: Guardian Transport
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