By Jonathan Brasse, Jonathan Brasse Jonathan Brasse4 May 2007
• It’s been called a tax on recession that will kick occupiers when they are down. A tax that will stop developers building in deprived areas. A tax that shows the government is fundamentally out of touch with business. By promising to abandon empty rates relief, the chancellor has got ...
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