Ben Southwood's criticism's of Labour's proposed mansion tax are featured in The Guardian and The Observer

The Adam Smith Institute's Head of Policy, Ben Southwood, was quoted in The Guardian and The Observer, criticizing Labour's proposed mansion tax:

The plan, which is opposed by the Tories, was derided last week by the centre-right Adam Smith Institute thinktank. Ben Southwood, the institute's head of policy, said: "It makes no sense to create a whole new property tax system at an arbitrary £2m cut-off point; instead, council tax should be revalued and remodelled along more progressive lines, to reduce the tax burden on people in less expensive properties."

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