Transparency? Let’s start with spending


[Feature in Public Servant]

Just how transparent and open can our political parties claim to be when they have yet to come clean about their tax and spend proposals? Colin Talbot argues for some honest answers before an election

Transparency seems to be the current “in” word in British politics. And yet we could be heading for a general election in which the two main parties are going to be the most opaque about the crucial issues of “tax and spend” that they have been for decades. READ THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE

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About Colin Talbot

Professor of Government at the University of Manchester, England.
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