EXCLUSIVE: 100% business rates retention could be back on agenda

By Dan Peters | 07 January 2020

Full retention of business rates could shoot back up the agenda as part of a long-awaited Government review, The MJ understands.

A local government finance Bill designed to allow local government as a whole to keep all of its business rates income fell at the 2017 General Election and was not re-introduced because it was thought unlikely to be able to get through Parliament.

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