Charles Moore Charles Moore

The Spectator’s notes | 26 April 2008

Charles Moore's reflections on the week

Charles Moore’s reflections on the week

Actually, there never was much sense in a ten pence rate of income tax. It added complication, and Gordon Brown is right to get rid of it, though wrong to charge income tax on people so low on the income scale. But you cannot help laughing when you look at the history.

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Charles Moore
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Charles Moore is a former editor of The Spectator and the Daily Telegraph. He became a non-affiliated peer in July 2020.

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