Doubts over new taxes to fund Commonwealth Games

By Martin Ford | 15 April 2019

New forms of tax are unlikely to fill a £40m hole in funding for the Commonwealth Games budget, councillors in Birmingham have been told.

Birmingham City Council has been tasked with finding £185m towards the cost of the Games in 2022, including £75m from partners and £40m earmarked as revenue contributions.

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