Scotland should have a Chancellor of the Exchequer with responsibility for collecting taxes north of the Border
Yearly Archives: 2008
Daily political media summary for Friday 21 November 2008
A leading think-tank called yesterday for Holyrood to be given the power to raise all of the money it spends…
A report by Reform Scotland recommends the Barnett formula be scrapped to make Scottish ministers more financially accountable…
A report calling for Scotland to get its own Chancellor with full powers to raise taxes was welcomed by the SNP last night.
Scotland should have its own Chancellor and the power to raise all the money it spends, an influential think-tank said yesterday…
Scotland should be given a free hand over 60% of its taxation, with its own Treasury and Chancellor, according to a think tank report.
Scotland should raise its own taxes and have its own chancellor a think-tank said yesterday.
The Scottish Parliament should have the power to raise all the money it spends, a think tank said yesterday.
Scotland should be given powers to raise all the money it spends and have its own ‘Chancellor of the Exchequer’, Reform Scotland recommends.
Reform Scotland calls for the Scotland to be given powers to raise all the money it spends and have its own ‘Chancellor of the Exchequer’, to make the Scottish Parliament more financially accountable. The report also calls for the Barnett Formula to be scrapped and a ‘re-balancing of the Constitution’.
Think-tank calls for country to have more control over finances.
Daily political media summary for 20 November 2008