Treasury hits rocks over aggregates levy

The Treasury has been forced into an ignominious retreat over one of its flagship environmental taxes by conceding that there is no prospect of the aggregates levy meeting its environmental objectives in Northern Ireland. Compounding the embarrassment, the Quarry Products Association has relaunched its campaign against the levy with a report which claims that it has resulted in net environmental damage by stimulating extraction of untaxed minerals.

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