The Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries (AMII) has postponed the launch of a second petition against rises in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) - until the organisation feels 'confident in the longevity of Government'.
The association's first IPT Petition, launched in March, was brought to an early close as a result of the dissolution of Parliament in preparation for the General Election, and subsequently all votes cast were lost. Stuart Scullion, AMII Chairman [pictured], said: "The AMII Executive Committee has taken some time to reflect upon the relaunch of the IPT Petition. "Since Parliament was dissolved, we have consulted with political commentators to establish how they see the political landscape...
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