Next boss Lord Wolfson has called for business rates on high street stores to be slashed by a third to stem the tide of store closures.
Wolfson suggested the level of tax being paid by shops is “unfair” and proposed a 50% hike in the business rates bills of warehouses to “fairly reflect the value” of commercial properties in the digital age.
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