Should Council Tax be frozen for a second year?
GEORGE Osborne will pledge today to ease the pain of soaring inflation and stalling growth by freezing council tax again. The Chancellor is to announce funding to help local authorities hold the levy at its current level for a second year, saving the average family £72.
The step, to be paid for using around £800m of unspent cash from Whitehall departments, will be unveiled in Mr Osborne’s keynote speech to the Conservative Party Conference.
Today’s question asks: Should Council Tax be frozen for a second year?