Protection of the right to freedom of religion or belief in international development policies – Lord Suri.
My Lords, I start by thanking my noble friend for securing the time for this debate. The tax system is a tricky thing. A former Chancellor of the Exchequer once described changing tax rates or introducing new taxes as pulling a piece of string tied on to five levers, with no guarantee of which would move or at what time. But we can look at the picture as a whole and note some long-term trends...
My Lords, I pay tribute to my noble friend Lord Forsyth, who has been a doughty campaigner on this critical issue. It is a universally acknowledged fact that inflation is not a glamorous topic; nevertheless, it runs through and buttresses almost all our spending activities. From Treasury bonds to train tickets, inflation is a vital measure by which pricing is calibrated. For all regulated...
Entered the House of Lords on 13 October 2014
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