Budget 2021: 'Now is not the time for tax rises', say MPs
01/03/2021 | news | business | 718
The Treasury Committee says "significant" measures may be needed later to improve public finances.
If Sunak and Johnson gave 66.6% of their wealth they would still be stinking rich barstewards it's the Tory Way and Tory Base... as is Patel giving life sentences to people smugglers a way to keep the brexiter racists climaxing for the money shot in Tory Porn movie Removed
Tax the rich scum that invest in tax havens. Removed
The "rich scum" really? The same people that probably pay a lot more tax than you, that pay more than their fair share through other means such as investment and probably having a workforce? "Rich sum" because they have more that you? Maybe they have worked very hard and still do? Think. Removed
Tax the rich scum that invest in tax havens. Removed
The "rich scum" really? The same people that probably pay a lot more tax than you, that pay more than their fair share through other means such as investment and probably having a workforce? "Rich sum" because they have more that you? Maybe they have worked very hard and still do? Think. Removed
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01/03/2021 12:08:25 1 1
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No they don't though, that is the point of their tax havens! Can you not remember a few years ago that Sir Philip Greens cleaner paid more tax than him?
I cannot find the article on the BBC about Life for people smugglers. agenda issue ? Removed
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01/03/2021 13:38:44 0 0
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Look better. It is there.
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01/03/2021 11:19:04 31 9
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Surely a decade of austerity means our public finances were in a great position to weather the Covid storm?

If not then maybe more austerity isnt the answer?
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01/03/2021 19:10:27 12 2
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It's not the lack of tax, it's the obscene income if the few.
Take footballers on £500,000 a week - completely obscene.
Not to mention their inability to stop kissing and cuddling and hugging when they score a goal. Spoilt brats!
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