Government climb down on Caravan Tax – Twitter News
|May 28, 2012||Filled under Campaigns, Politics|
GRAHAM STUART MP acknowledged on Twitter tonight that the Government has “listened” on the Caravan Tax.
Delighted that #caravantax is to be 5% and delayed till next April. Great news for jobs. Congrats to campaigners and Ministers who listened.
— Graham Stuart MP (@grahamstuart) May 28, 2012
East Hull MP, Karl Turner, Tweeted just a few minutes later:
Glad to hear Govt u turn #caravantax. Industry more likely to cope with 5% from April. Well done everyone and thanks for support!
— Karl Turner MP (@KarlTurnerMP) May 28, 2012
Jack Blanchard, the Political Editor of the Yorkshire Post, reported from Westminster:
Final nail in coffin was report last wk concluding 4,370 jobs to go if #CaravanTax brought in. Insane for Govt supposedly pushing for growth
— Jack Blanchard (@Jack_Blanchard_) May 28, 2012
This from BBC Look North on Tuesday Morning (29th May 2012):
Willerby Holiday Homes tells @looknorthBBC that it will review plans to make 350 staff redundant