“Members of a group which campaigns for lower taxes and an end to wasteful government spending will be in Croydon town centre on Saturday.
The Taxpayers’ Alliance are due to pitch up in the High Street campaigning for lower taxes and against government waste.”
Full Croydon Advertiser article https://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/news/croydon-news/spend-croydons-money-fixing-potholes-1910633
Croydon Advertiser Facebook Page wuth great comments https://www.facebook.com/114339615299800/posts/1840508142682930/
Croydon Guardian http://www.croydonguardian.co.uk/news/16444976.taxpayers-alliance-to-set-up-stall-in-croydon/
The TaxPayers’ Alliance (TPA) are holding an Action Day in Croydon on Saturday 18th August. This follows on from a public meeting with the TPA held by the Croydon Constitutionalists.
As part of a focus on wasteful spending in Croydon, Mike Swadling has written in the Croydon Citizen about the council’s ‘Cultural Growth Fund‘.
Comments on the Croydon Citizen Facebook page make interesting reading and highlight council spending on BoxPark.
New leaflet to question the value for money delivered by Croydon Council. To be used with the TaxPayers’ Alliance street stall.
As part of his acceptance speech at the local election count last month, Tony Newman suggested within the council’s powers, they do just that. The new council wants to create “a living wage borough, not just a living wage council”. Michael Swadling writes in the Croydon Citizen about the folly of this plan. https://thecroydoncitizen.com/economics-business/priced-croydon-job-market/
Comments on the Facebook post give an interesting insight into the lack of awareness of the downside of minimum wage policies.
Croydon’s Surrey Street Market is in trouble, and the free market can save it. Mike Swadling writes in the Croydon Citizen – https://thecroydoncitizen.com/economics-business/can-surrey-street-survive-help-council/