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Elections are a magical time where politicians make a vast array of promises to all kinds of people (who often have competing interests) in a desperate bid for popularity.
Sloganeering aside, what actually are their policies? Less filler, more killer, as they say: which political party’s proposals will help you build and scale your business? You’ll have to answer that question. But to help you decide, let’s look at what the main players are offering.
The Conservative manifesto echoes the Tory slogan “strong and stable”. The staples are there: low tax, fiscal conservatism - but there’s also a touch of almost soft left policies. It’s an intriguing mix.
Here’s what Theresa May’s party is offering the UK’s businesses:
Labour’s plans have already drawn the ire of business groups. Stephen Martin, director general of the Institute of Directors, noted the cost of Corbyn’s plans “would be staggering, the benefits unclear, and the related tax rises would make the UK a less competitive economy”.
But what else is Labour offering businesses? If they are victorious, Labour promises to:
To their credit, the Lib Dems have a whole section dedicated to small business and entrepreneurs in their manifesto. “Our priority in supporting entrepreneurs and small businesses is to ensure that they have access to the funding they need, and in particular long-term (and patient) capital.”
If elected, they will:
If the Labour Party’s manifesto made you wince, then I hope you’re sitting down. At its manifesto launch today, the Greens’ co-leader Caroline Lucas said Labour “didn’t go far enough”.
Now that sentiment will either make you think “too right!” or “these guys are completely off-piste”. There’s no black and white. Here are their policies:
Here's what Paul Nuttall and UKIP have promised the UK's small businesses:
And finally, launching a little later than everyone else, is the Scottish National Party's manifesto.
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