In this context, no government has ever introduced facilities of the one window tax
collection for the industrial community of the country.
The levy system has not failed as such, but it is in the process of being bypassed by progress and transformed into a piece of fiscal history, alongside Pitt's Window Tax
YES, the window tax
lasted from 1697 to 1851 and applied to houses with more than six windows.
Perhaps people affected by this ridiculous tax should resort to the tactics of those who had the window tax
imposed hundreds of years ago - they simply boarded them up.
HAS anybody ever heard of the Window Tax
- the answer would probably be no but if you relate to your school days, the answer would probably be "yes".
What will come next, a window tax
on all private homes like that imposed in the 18th and 19th centurie - the results of which can still be seen in the bricked-up windows of listed buildings.
Cameron's folly will surely go down in history as a crime against the poor, more damaging than the Georgian window tax
If it's applied fairly this modern-day equivalent of the Window Tax
will avail us nothing but more bureaucracy.
They were filled in 300 years ago to avoid a window tax
on glass, a tax so hated it gave the language the phrase "daylight robbery".
So yes, nature does change the planet and humans have only a small effect-yes we do need to be more environmental in our actions - but climate change is just another tax-just like the window tax
of years ago.
WHEN the English monarch, he Dutch aristocrat William the Third, was short of money he attempted to find a soluion with the imposition of the much-hated Window Tax
, which led to: "Daylight Robbery".
Then there's the buyer's premium, and the seller's premium, and the VAT, and window tax