The Economic legacy of the Coalition Government

Following the 2010 General Election, no party held an overall majority – with the Conservatives winning the most of any party with 306 seats. A coalition government comprising of the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats followed, marking the first coalition government since the Second World War. Both parties entered government in the wake of theContinue reading “The Economic legacy of the Coalition Government”

Global Minimum Corporate Tax. A good idea?

At the time of writing, 130 countries have backed a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% – designed to discourage multinational corporations from purposefully redistributing profits and thus manipulating their tax returns in the process. The aim is to increase tax revenues, by taxing corporations regardless of where their sales are made. However, theContinue reading “Global Minimum Corporate Tax. A good idea?”