Conservatives could allow North to set its own corporation tax

The Tories are considering allowing the Stormont administration to set its own corporation tax rates in a bid to stimulate private enterprise in the North, if they come to power.

20th February, 2010

The Tories are considering allowing the Stormont administration to set its own corporation tax rates in a bid to stimulate private enterprise in the North, if they come to power. The Conservative Party is currently finalising its election manifesto for the upcoming election, and it is likely to include a commitment to reduce the headline rate of corporation tax from 28 per cent to 25 per cent as a first step to lower business taxes.

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