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UK's emergency Budget 2010: how it affects motorists

Mon, 21 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Chancellor George Osborne will make the emergency spending cuts on Tuesday 22 June By Tim Pollard Motoring Issues 21 June 2010 09:51 The new UK Government's emergency Budget tomorrow is likely to announce a raft of spending cuts and tax rises bound to affect motorists.  The new Conservative-Liberal coalition government is taking the unusual step of holding an emergency summer Budget to reduce the national deficit, which stood at £156bn in 2009-10. The senior Cabinet members signed off the details of the Budget on Friday, but the details won't be confirmed until Tuesday 22 June 2010.Here's our preview of what to expect if you're a car owner:VAT riseMost pundits agree that the rate of value added tax will rise from today's 17.5%. If raised to 20% – the upper limit expected – it could raise an extra £11 billion a year for Government coffers.

Chris Evans’ Ferrari 250GT LWB California Spider For Sale

Thu, 10 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Chris Evans' Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider The Ginger, bespectacled broadcaster that is Chris Evans has returned to the public conscientiousness in a big way in recent years. Once the ‘Enfant Terrible’ of radio and television, he made a fortune buying and selling Virgin radio and then went off on a years long sabbatical with child bride Billie Piper. But an effervescent talent like Evans’ was never going to be satisfied with just being a sybarite, and the public have welcomed the return of a more grown-up Evans in recent years to the job he does better than almost anyone.

Vast Private Collection To Go Under The Hammer

Mon, 02 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

AN AUCTION of more than 1,000 lots all from the same collection is due to go under the hammer later this month. The collection belongs to Michael Banfield, who has amassed a huge collection covering the history of the car in the UK. Among the earliest cars for sale are a 1904 Mors Roi de Belges, which is in perfect working order, ready to be used and is estimated to make £500,000.