Britain’s Burgeoning Tax Revolt

Posted: December 12, 2010 in britain, government spending, reason, reason foundation, reason magazine,

Americans have more of a penchant for tax revolts than the British, but that may be changing. After thirty years of unchallenged tax increases, The Taxpayers’ Alliance formed in 2004 to advocate for lower taxes across the United Kingdom.Co-founder and Chief Executive of The Taxpayers’ Alliance Matthew Elliott sat down with to discuss the rising frustration with taxes in Britain and how TPA grew from a small group that met in coffee shops to a national media player.

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