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The Tax Take with Brian Keegan

Don’t underestimate the role the European Parliament plays in fighting for fair taxation across the EU

28th April, 2019

Some people think they are eyesores, but to me some of the most reassuring sights in the country are the election posters which began to appear last week. They underline that we are living in a functioning democracy, with elected representatives at multiple levels of the administration. They simultaneously communicate wishful thinking about the future while also being a link to the traditions of the past.

Election posters are immune from the hazards of manipulative...

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