Has anyone read anything about the Labour Party's commitment to Land Tax?

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    #16
    ...they need to bring back Poll Tax, correct and proper tax, you use it, you pay for it (assuming adult etc).

    LVT is never going to get off the runway ..

    If Labour get into power we have far bigger issues than LVT .. after all they cannot even convince us they can actually add up yet .. !

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