In Brief

May 2014
Public Finance;May2014, Issue 5, p17
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs in Great Britain in 2014 including the 10-year plan aimed at restructuring public support for the creative industries in Scotland, a public information campaign about changes to local government in Northen Ireland, and the proposal to increase council tax charges on second homes by up to 100% in Wales.


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