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Council tax rise to recruit extra police officers

Stoke Sentinel - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
RESIDENTS are being told that paying an extra 10p per week in council tax will help their police force recruit 70 more officers.
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CompaniesHousebuilder Redrow hits new records

Financial Times - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Pre-tax profit was up 14 per cent to £104m, slightly exceeding analysts' expectations, after completions rose 18 per cent to 2,178, writes Judith Evans.

Redrow doubles dividend after completions hit record high

Investors Chronicle - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
The dividend payout was doubled, and the housebuilder has pledged to make a full-year payout of 10p a share - that's a two-thirds jump from the previous year.

Beaufort Securities Breakfast Alert: Horizonte Minerals & Redrow

Proactive Investors UK - ‎9 hours ago‎
Pre-tax profit increased 14% to £104m, resulting in an EPS of 22.9p vis-à-vis 19.9p in H1 2015. Return on capital ... The company also intends to pay a final dividend of 6p (2015: 4p), making 10p for the year, 67% higher than the last year. Our view ...

Council tax to rise as central government cuts hit budgets

Shoreham Herald - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
“For Band D, it will be 10p per week.” A report to councillors, prepared by chief financial officer Sarah Gobey, highlighted the 'difficult settlement' announced by the Government.

FTSE 250 movers: Redrow falls despite rise in profits

DIGITALLOOK - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Redrow was near the top of the fallers list despite posting a rise in first half pre-tax profit as revenue and completions grew.

Cheshire's policing budget increased for 2016/17 to recruit more frontline officers

ChesterChronicle.co.uk - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
“In the case of those commissioners with the lowest historic levels of precept, as we have in Cheshire, the Chancellor has provided the flexibility to increase this by an average of 10p per week - which will broadly protect Cheshire's police budget ...
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Google tax deal under fire as it emerges figure included share options scheme

The Guardian - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
George Osborne's claim that the government secured a major corporation tax deal with Google appear to be unravelling after it emerged that a quarter of the £130m recovered by HM Revenue & Customs related to the US company's share options scheme ...
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Jamie Oliver Warns David Cameron He Will Get 'More Ninja' Unless Tories Back A 'Sugar Tax' Or Similar Anti-Obesity ...

Huffington Post UK - ‎Feb 7, 2016‎
Oliver, who spent a year researching the issue for his Channel 4 documentary Jamie's Sugar Rush, says revenue from such a tax could provide up to £1bn a year for health and education. The chef has imposed a 10p levy on sugary drinks at his own ...
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Brian Wilson: Labour income tax row offers voters a real choice

Scotsman - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
Be thankful for small mercies. We now have some political dynamic, as opposed to the dreary constitutional bickering which it has become de rigeur to regard as the meat and drink of Scottish politics.
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Special report: Bend parks soar, while streets crumble

KTVZ - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Each year, property tax bills pour into the homes of Central Oregonians. You may sigh and sign your name on a check without a moment's hesitation, but did you ever really look into where your money is going -- and why?
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Gary Elliot: Why the SNP is right to be wary of Scottish Labour's tax proposal

CommonSpace - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
Although complicated by the introduction and then abolition of the 10p rate of tax, Labour left office having reduced the basic rate down to 20p for taxable income up to £35,000.

Dundee pensioners' group 'see no sense in council tax freeze' when most vulnerable face rising service costs

The Courier - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
The council intends to raise meal charges by 10p, to £3.20, and increase the price of social and respite care at home from £13.77 to £13.95 an hour.
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Halton taxpayers to pay 3.2% more for police precept as commissioner finds cash to fund 70 more officers

Liverpool Echo - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
An extra 70 police officers will be recruited for Cheshire in 2016-17 but the increase is to come at a cost to Halton taxpayers with the county's commissioner revealing a 3.2% hike to the council tax precept. John Dwyer, Cheshire Police And ... “In the ...
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Labour plans tax rise for over a million Scots to avoid swingeing cuts

The Independent - ‎Feb 1, 2016‎
When he unveiled his draft budget for 2016/17 in December, Finance Minister John Swinney announced that the Scottish rate of income tax would remain at 10p, in line with the rest of the UK, despite the Scottish Government being given the power to raise ...
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Public face hike in fees for council services

Evening Telegraph - ‎Feb 3, 2016‎
He said: “The administration are not prepared to increase the council tax, which would go some way to raising money in Dundee.
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MSPs back John Swinney's plans for Scottish income tax

Scotsman - ‎Jan 29, 2016‎
Mr Swinney announced in December this will be 10p, keeping income tax rates the same north and south of the border. Committee convener Kenneth Gibson said: “A lot of the committee's attention has focused, rightly, on the Scottish Government's taxation ...

Taxpayers face 10p a week rise to fund 70 extra police officers

Runcorn and Widnes World - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
A FURTHER 70 police officers will be recruited in Cheshire this year but will cost Halton residents an extra 10 pence a week. Confirming the 2016/17 police budget today, Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer announced a 3.2 per cent ...
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Police portion of council tax to rise by average of £5

The Bolton News - ‎Feb 2, 2016‎
"The increase –just an extra 10p a week - will raise an additional £3.5m, which is the equivalent to 70 police officers.
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Daventry District Council proposes a £5 a year increase in council tax

Daventry Express - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
“In real terms the proposed increase would be just under 10p a week, or about 42p a month, which is less than the price of a pint of milk.
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