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The quick guide to United Kingdom political parties stances on tax rate

Complete list of political parties political stances on tax rate

Labour

Labour’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Labour’s answer: Yes Source

Conservative

Conservative’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Conservative’s answer: No Source

Liberal Democrat

Liberal Democrat’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Liberal Democrat’s answer: Yes Source

Green

Green’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Green’s answer: Yes Source

UKIP

UKIP’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

UKIP’s answer: No, establish a flat rate of tax Source

SNP

SNP’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

SNP’s answer: Yes Source

Brexit Party’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Brexit Party voters: No Source

Libertarian

Libertarian’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Libertarian’s answer: No Source

Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Plaid Cymru’s answer: Yes Source

British National

British National’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

British National’s answer: No, establish a flat rate of tax Source

Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Sinn Féin’s answer: No Source

Social Democratic’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Social Democratic voters: No, but eliminate tax loopholes for top earners Source

Democratic Unionist

Democratic Unionist’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Democratic Unionist’s answer: No Source

Ulster Unionist’s political stances on tax rate

Ulster Unionist

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

Ulster Unionist have not answered this question yet. Would you like to suggest their answer?

People Before Profit’s political stances on tax rate

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

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Traditional Unionist Voice’s political stances on tax rate

Traditional Unionist Voice

Economic issues

Should the top tax rate of income over £150,000 be raised to 50 percent? stats discuss

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