zpravodajství životního prostředí již od roku 1999

Brexit is political poison, and it's green policies that are suffering | Molly Scott Cato

26.06.2019
Příroda
The spat over VAT on solar batteries shows how Brussels-bashing is taking precedence over urgent social prioritieso Molly Scott Cato is a Green MEPAs pro-European MEPs we grow weary of the government claiming credit for European achievements while blaming Brussels for its own inaction or mismanagement. The capping of credit card charges is a sterling example. We battled for this in the European parliament while our government tried to block the move in the European council. Once passed, and finding that customers rather liked the idea of lower bills, ministers claimed the credit, suggesting that "rip-off charges have no place in a modern Britain".Conversely, finger wagging at Brussels to deflect from British government failure is a well-rehearsed strategy. The latest blame game is about household solar batteries, which HMRC claims must be subject to the higher rate of VAT because of EU state aid rules. So let's firmly hit the off switch on the misinformation being peddled on this issue and get to the truth of the matter. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

Komentáře k článku. Co si myslí ostatní?
Další zprávy z internetu




Další články
Podněty ZmapujTo
Mohlo by vás také zajímat
Naši partneři
Složky životního prostředí