The Tax Take: What the main parties’ manifestos say

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Labour has a book of ideas which may never be read; the Conservatives are likely to end up governing having made few promises

There has been a recent surge of support for the Labour Party in Britain. Some polling suggests that the party could have knocked as much as a third off the Conservatives’ lead in the last fortnight. But while a political party that crosses the threshold of 30 per cent support could reasonably demand to be a senior partner in the next government here, the British landscape is different.

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