Stamp duty measure “a gimmick” - shadow housing minister

Nov. 23, 2017
The Conservative government’s stamp duty Budget measure is a “gimmick that won’t work,” Tony Lloyd, the shadow housing minister, said today (November 23). Speaking at the Town and Country Planning Association’s (TCPA) annual conference in London, Lloyd said that cutting stamp duty for first time buyers on home purchases up to £300,000 would increase demand “and if supply doesn’t change, ...

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