Scottish Parliament advised by committee to scrap planned levy on large retailers

Sainbury’s boss Justin King has warned that the grocer would rethink its expansion plans in Scotland if the planned levy was implimented

Retailers are unlikely to have to pay extra tax on larger stores in Scotland after the Local Government and Communities Committee of the Scottish Parliament voted in favour of annulling the proposed Large Retailer Levy.

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