Opinion: Why high taxes are good for us

Last year at the Labour party conference, the Chancellor spoke about 'progressive universalism'. This year, the term was 'progressive consensus'. Although this combination of terms might seem improbable, soldered together for expediency rather than meaning's sake, one can divine its sense - just. It's about galvanising public support for shifts in policy.

by Sukhvinder Stubbs, chair of Young Enterprise (West Midlands); Email: sukhvinder.stubbs@haynet.com

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