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In article ,
bert wrote:
In article , Andrew
On 17/04/2021 22:50, Robin wrote:

*tax policy has been the responsibility of HM Treasury since 2005.
So in principle it falls to them to come up with options to fill the
gap left by fuel duties. That said, when things go wrong it's never,
ever the Treasury's fault.

There is always that static, immoveable source of lots of juicy revenue,
Britain's stupidly overpriced houses.

There's no revenue from a fixed asset like a house.

Indeed not. It needs maintenance and you probably pay council tax on it.

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