Scottish parties make tax pitches to voters
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Scottish elections: Where parties stand on tax powers

The election campaign for Holyrood has seen one leader riding a buffalo, another on a children's slide, lots and lots of selfies, and much talk about using new powers for higher or lower tax rates.

Daily Politics reporter Adam Fleming spoke to the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, Labour's Kezia Dugdale, Lib Dem Willie Rennie, the Green Party's Patrick Harvie and Conservative Ruth Davidson.

  • 26 Apr 2016
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