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Old 03.02.2018, 10:35
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Corporation tax in the EU member Ireland is 12.5%

Corporation tax in UK is 19%, reduced from 28%. How low can UK go and would Ireland also reduce.

UK slashing taxes is not really a viable strategy
Why not? Lower tax rates will see higher revenue, don't you remember what happened in 1979 when income tax was reduced from 98% to 60% in one go?
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