By Graham Ruddick21 February 2014
Chancellor George Osborne may have offered the high street a £1.1bn Christmas present in December’s Autumn Statement, but business rates remain a sore point for Britain’s retailers. Indeed, by opening the political door to modifying the tax, the chancellor has fuelled the industry’s drive to reform business rates once and ...
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