Steve Boxer from CVG writes:
"So. Alastair Darling's hilariously ill-received Pre-Budget Report tells us that British developers aren't going to get the modest tax-breaks they need to remain competitive with the rest of the world. Isn't that a surprise?
New Labour had a chance to include just one proposal in the PBR which would cost little, bring one of the few industries in this country which punches above its weight closer into line with a host of other countries that throw money at that industry (and into line with the financial minnow known as the UK film industry) and which would actually earn it a modicum of praise, but it blew it. Who'd have thought it?"