From the Insider Blog:
This morning we wait for the main parties to sort out who will form the next
government. The papers are full of discussion about talks between the Liberal
Democrats and the Tories. Those conversations will revolve around electoral
reform, one of the central planks of Lib Dem policy and a slightly uncomfortable
topic for the Conservative party.
But what of Lib Dem tax policy? A quick review of the manifestos reveals that
the Lib Dems are arguably the most radical on tax.
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