Re-Introduce a Rolling Tax Free Cut-Off for Classic Cars

Classic car owners suffer from a mean little stealth tax introduced by the last (non-motoring) Prime Minister. The 'rolling' taxation limit of 25 years (ie if older than 25 years no tax was payable) was scrapped, and to be tax-free a car had to be built before 1975. this means that many road-worthy cars, or cars that might have been restored, are prematurely scrapped.  Additionally, when the whole-of-life costs are calculated,  classics are amongst the most eco-friendly on the road. A rolling limit of say 30 years old should be restored.

Why is this idea important?

Classic car owners suffer from a mean little stealth tax introduced by the last (non-motoring) Prime Minister. The 'rolling' taxation limit of 25 years (ie if older than 25 years no tax was payable) was scrapped, and to be tax-free a car had to be built before 1975. this means that many road-worthy cars, or cars that might have been restored, are prematurely scrapped.  Additionally, when the whole-of-life costs are calculated,  classics are amongst the most eco-friendly on the road. A rolling limit of say 30 years old should be restored.

Scrap Holiday Entitlement Accrual during Maternity Leave.

There's no disputing an emloyee's right to maternity leave, but presently a mother continues to accrue  paid holiday entitlement during her period of leave. This seems grossly unfair to the employer, and an affront to common sense, as there is no work input from the employee to set against the cost of the holiday pay.  

Why is this idea important?

There's no disputing an emloyee's right to maternity leave, but presently a mother continues to accrue  paid holiday entitlement during her period of leave. This seems grossly unfair to the employer, and an affront to common sense, as there is no work input from the employee to set against the cost of the holiday pay.