‘Let London keep stamp duty local,’ mayor argues

Boris Johnson

The Greater London Authority would receive an additional £1.3bn a year to put towards housing if the capital was allowed to retain stamp duty receipts raised on its property sales, London mayor Boris Johnson was due to argue at an industry dinner on Wednesday this week.

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