The UK-government appointed Smith Commission has recommended that the power to charge air passenger duty (APD) at Scottish airports should be devolved to the Scottish Parliament. In recommending that Scotland take control of its own APD, the Smith Commission said: “The Scottish government will be free to make its own arrangements with regard to the design and collection of any replacement tax, including consideration of the environmental impact.”  And it said that if such a ...

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