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UK Government Scraps The Car Tax Disc After 90 Years

UK Government Scraps The Car Tax Disc After 90 Years

UK Government Scraps The Car Tax Disc After 90 Years. Vehicle tax was introduced in the 1888 Budget and the system of excise duty applying specifically to motor vehicles was introduced with the Roads Act 1920, with the tax disc appearing the following year.

Almost a century after its introduction, in 1921, the UK government is set to scrap the paper car disc and go all in with its electronic register.

Its death was confirmed by the UK Treasury ahead of Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement later today, meaning motorists will no longer need fix a disc in their car window to prove they’ve taxed their car. read more

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Call For Soft Drink Sugar Tax In Budget

Call For Soft Drink Sugar Tax In Budget

  • Posted: Jan 28, 2013
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Call For Soft Drink Sugar Tax In Budget It has been announced today that the government will increase taxes on alcoholic beverages.

Medical professionals are calling for a 20p-per-litre tax on soft drinks to be included in this year’s Budget.

Lots of organisations are backing the changes by the Government to increase the tax on sugary drinks by 20p to help cut down on our obesity in the UK.

Many organisations, which include the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, are backing the recommendation by food and farming charity Sustain. read more

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