The Caravan Tax Campaign

In May 2012 Graham led constituents and other MPs from across the country to secure thousands of names from 64 constituencies on a petition against the introduction of VAT on the sale of static caravans. At the end of May the Government announced that they were to scrap their original proposal in favour of a 5% tax.

 

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Local MPs celebrate victory with the caravan industry

Yesterday Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, organised a meeting between local MPs and caravan manufacturers at ABI in Beverley to celebrate the announcement that the proposed increase in VAT on static holiday caravans will be cut by 75 percent and delayed until April 2013.

Graham Stuart leads debate opposing caravan tax

Last night in the House of Commons Graham Stuart, the Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, led a compact half hour debate in which MPs from all sides of the House, but mostly from the Government benches themselves, urged the Government not to go ahead with imposition of VAT on static

Local MP takes another step to defeat the caravan tax

Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, has taken further action this week to defeat the caravan tax and tabled a motion calling on the Government to reject plans for an increase in VAT on static holiday caravans.