Remove powers to vary income tax rates from the Scottish Parliament

Repeal the powers on income tax given to the Scottish Parliament as part of the Scotland Act 2012, so that Scottish rates of income tax can be aligned back to those set by the UK Government.

12,642 Signatures

Monday 8th January 2024
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Monday 8th July 2024
Estimated Final Signatures: 13,032

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The Scottish Government is creating a widening gap between tax thresholds in Scotland compared to the rest of the UK. We believe this has created a more complex and unfair tax system, and create an increasing divide between the UK nations.

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