Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak insists Covid-recovery tax rises fair
04/03/2021 | news | politics | 2,526
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is accused of hitting the poorest hardest in his Budget plan to balance the books.
This is all very interesting, but I would like to know Megan Markle's view so that I have a properly unbiased opinion to consider. Removed
*Meghan - apologies! Removed
I'm sure your comment will be removed before long. But she's not doing herself any favours is she?

...I know Harry, let's escape the limelight by moving to America to 'go it alone' in relative peace. We can protect our family by going on Oprah and commenting on every news article and story with our names on it. Oh, and let's take on The Firm too.. "holds hands and looks lovingly into his eyes"
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If you're going to try to be clever, maybe get her name right
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Totally irrelevant comment.

Don't be so snide about Markle, who suffers a hate campaign from vile gutter tabloids.
This is all very interesting, but I would like to know Megan Markle's view so that I have a properly unbiased opinion to consider. Removed
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This is all very interesting, but I would like to know Megan Markle's view so that I have a properly unbiased opinion to consider. Removed
I'm sure your comment will be removed before long. But she's not doing herself any favours is she?

...I know Harry, let's escape the limelight by moving to America to 'go it alone' in relative peace. We can protect our family by going on Oprah and commenting on every news article and story with our names on it. Oh, and let's take on The Firm too.. "holds hands and looks lovingly into his eyes"
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Sorry BBC, but every news article on your website is more important and far more interesting than what Meagain and Harry are moaning on about, no one cares. I’m sure I am not the only one to find them sickening. Please get rid. Thanks. Removed
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And there's the truth, spoilt rich little b***s..............?
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If you want some entertainment, read the comments under articles about them on the Daily Mail site. Hilarious. Doubt she will ever set foot i the UK again. With all that is going on in the world, she is of zero significance, should be a news blackout on her.
When the chancellor’s own wife has been caught out for tax evasion and making millions in the process, you know there’s no hope for the normal person.

Modern day capitalism is socialism split between the 10%. We foot the bill.
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Do you (a) understand the difference between avoidance and evasion (b) have proof that she, personally, set up the vehicle (she is a 5% shareholder in the company concerned) (c) simply repeat snippets of articles in the Guardian without understanding them ?
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You hate him so much you are making up smear stories about his wife, you sir are a discrace.
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Where is the proof??
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Labour the party of sterling devaluations and IMF bailouts.
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Sorry BBC, but every news article on your website is more important and far more interesting than what Meagain and Harry are moaning on about, no one cares. I’m sure I am not the only one to find them sickening. Please get rid. Thanks. Removed
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dear god HYS is full of ignorant morons... Removed
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said one of them
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so you thought you'd follow the Pied Piper and join in
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Whose interests? Elderly homeowners, who vote Tory.
Giving them the "jab" will probably wipe out a few more of them and that frees up the housing market Removed
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Why hasn't anyone winged about HS2 yet? Removed
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No, but they may have whinged.
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You want the internet giants to pay more tax?

Here's how and it's very simple indeed:

Replace all taxes with VAT.
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Cue;

the personal abuse, hatred, name calling of Sunak,

the blame for everything on middle aged / elderly with their own homes / pensions, everyone who understands / agrees budget (must all be 'Tories' too), Banks, people with savings, people with careers / jobs (must all be 'Tories'), people with businesses (definitely all 'Tories') etc etc

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90% of the £1 billion of Towns Fund cash has been given to Tory seats by Sunak.

He's as corrupt as the rest of the cabinet Ministers.
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60 out of 61...but don’t ask where the money has gone. Peterborough was given 23 million which was given straight to Hilton hotels as an interest free loan to build a hotel in the city. It’s literally gone to one of the richest families interest free!
BBC:
Prince Henry and his wife Meghan say they don't want to be in the public eye.
Take them at their word and stop reporting on them.
They have no interest in the people of the UK and we certainly have no interest in them.
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The longer the BBC or anyone else for that matter report on this open festering wound, the British monarchy take one more step towards a republic.
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LOL
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as ever Matt good call, the lefties just spend spend spend
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Wow, this is an awfully moany post Dylan.
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Awww, is someone upset because they thought they were making an insightful observation and everyone laughed at them for being stupid? Does somebody have hurt feelings?

This must be the nasty left's fault, they're the ones who forced you to post insipid nonsense that reveals you as a simpleton :(
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Is that the prime minister who took off half of February last year to go on holidays at the start of the crisis and didn't turn up for the first five Cobra meetings?
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Awww, is someone upset because they thought they were making an insightful observation and everyone laughed at them for being stupid? Does somebody have hurt feelings?

This must be the nasty left's fault, they're the ones who forced you to post insipid nonsense that reveals you as a simpleton :(
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Your lofty opinion of yourself does not absolve you of your obvious deficiences, you clown.
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What a vivid imagination.
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Awww, is someone upset because they thought they were making an insightful observation and everyone laughed at them for being stupid? Does somebody have hurt feelings?

This must be the nasty left's fault, they're the ones who forced you to post insipid nonsense that reveals you as a simpleton :(
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Keep going Dylan, you're doing a great job convincing everyone that you're not a complete moron. I'm sure Newsnight will be on the phone to book you for your insightful observations any minute now! Removed
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Those with less cannot afford to pay as much, even as a proportion of their income. The vast majority of a low earner's income is spent on essentials, and many could not survive a tax increase, whereas one wealthy person I know would just have to cancel their yoga lessons or their kids private horse riding lessons to support a 5% higher rate tax rise.
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Keep going Dylan, you're doing a great job convincing everyone that you're not a complete moron. I'm sure Newsnight will be on the phone to book you for your insightful observations any minute now! Removed
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You're obviously obsessed with intelligence, for some inexplicable reason. Have you got something on your mind?
And after all the hoo-haa of yesterday - not one story on the front-page about the "horrid scotch person" Nicola Sturgeon.

Maybe because she absolutely wiped the floor with them all - and strengthened the Scottish resolve even further!

8 hours under cross examination - Boris/Hancock/Patel couldn't handle 8 seconds of scrutiny.

english peeps - ever get the feeling you've been had?

Oh... wait!
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Highest taxes for over 50 years.
Conservatives - the party of HIGH taxation.
COVID you moron. Removed
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Wise words indeed - you can see the types who are losers in life by the way they constantly focus on the barriers rather than the opportunities. There's a reason why many millions have and still want to come to the UK, it's a land of opportunity if you want to make something of yourself.
Cladding and Fire Safety issues. That's what needs resolving, for ALL Leaseholders not just those who own in buildings over 18m. The Housing Market is actually currently crippled.

Loans are NOT acceptable.

Before anyone kicks off - NOBODY (except, ironically, the Govt) wants Taxpayers to pay. The request is for the Govt to front up the money then recoup it from Developers through a proper levy.
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You’ll end up in the Tower of London for saying that.
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what is this ministerial code? we had the tories breaking during brexit shutting down parliament;now the scottish tories wanted Boris to intervene as they say Nicola Sturgeon is breaking the code;but they want to break international law again with the Irish border;so has the average worker got a hope
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James Hewitt son and that Megan are stirring it up aren’t they.
He has them over the barrel with that bombshell.
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She’s taken him for a mug.
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What is it with BJ and hard hats?
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The poorer off don’t take the burden. Do your research first. It’s not difficult to look it up. Oh and don’t tell lies either.
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How should democracy work , vote looney left?
Vote for anyone other than the far right fascists currently in power and being supported by those who use terms like 'loony left' to describe social democratic parties.

I refer you to the 14 points that define fascism by Umberto Eco to provide evidence of the close alignment of the current ERG Tory party to fascism.

Go on provide some supporting evidence to back up your 'loony left' smear.
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Don't remember him saying this in his budget speech yesterday; "it will take the work of many years, decades and governments to pay back Covid debt".
When will they stop 'faffing about' in 'Hi Vis' jackets and 'hard hats' for photo opportunities and get on with being a serious government?
What happens to the jackets and hats after the visit, a 72 hr quarantine like PRIMARK? Dressing up at home?
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The biggest tax contributors AKA rich people should not employ socialists.

That should do it.
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Nasty, nasty. Some off us have no option to be furloughed. I guess your not furloughed or are u peed off your not
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Go write to mr sunak and tell him then
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Roll up, roll up, have a dig at the Chancellor, and if you can't find anything, just have the usual left-wing rant about horrid nasty Tories.
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Whose interests? Elderly homeowners, who vote Tory.
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The palace need to stop attacking the Sussexes. The attacks are toxic amongst young people especially. They will rebound on the Monarchy in a big way.

As for tax, we obviously require a wealth tax. Since 2010 the national debt has soared out of control. Brexit will only impoverish the Exchequer further. Public finances have already been cut to the bone. A wealth tax is the only credible option.
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I won't notice a £200 drop in net income, but I'd really feel a £5000 drop. Does that make me poor or rich. Actually, I'm in the middle, like most of the population.

P.S Lewis Hamilton won't notice it cos I don't think he pays UK tax any more.
What has Lewis Hamilton got to do with the budget, you moron. But if you want to bring him up, he pays more tax in this country than you would in 100 life times, without actually living here. He also pays it in several other countries that he earns money in. But don't let facts get in the way of your prejudice hey. Removed
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The poor will pay up. Not that I have much sympathy with them, they keep falling for the same trick. Instead of responding with blood and fire they respond with huge votes for the tricksters. Too old to believe that will ever change now sadly. We are a nation of dim-wits who have learned to fear the dole as much their forefathers feared the workhouse. Thatcher will be dancing with Satan tonight.
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....and get a haircut. He is a dreadful representation of the UK, dishevelled.
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I just hope Meghan and her ginger Prince of Wokeness are OK! Removed
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The “prince of wokeness” has actually served his country in uniform. Don’t you gammon love that? You’re always going on about wars
Need the money to fund MI6 so they can properly ‘protect’ Meghan ......

Watch out in that underpass darlin’

#livingonborrowedtime
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If that were true I'd have to feel sorry for Harry. Not just his Mum, but his Wife too!
The chinese government are responsible along with the who for all related covid19 not innocent citizens. Too many lying cowards hold positions of world govs and are unfit for purpose. Removed
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What?
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You cant blame the Who they haven't brought a single out for ages.
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The who would admit responsibility for trashing hotel rooms, but they were never noted for having the microbiological skills to make a new virus.
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omg you have managed to say what I just couldn't put into words
I earlier commented that Sunak’s wife was caught evading tax in India, one of her firms was funnelling money through a tax haven(As per an investigation by the Guardian). I remarked what hope is there for the normal man when this behaviour is defended at the highest level

The comment was removed as being defamatory. Despite it being fact
Yet far right troglodytes rant that the Beeb is “leftist”!
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Your wasting your breath on here it's like gammon city.
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Am far right.

Upvoted you.

PS - Please post source.
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Tax evasion is illegal and so its defamatory, they said it was tax avoidance which is immoral but legal.
Presumably the latest £340000 that has been spent paying off the official bullied by Priti Patel will come out of Johnson's own pocket

After all it wouldn't be fair to put up taxes to pay for keeping ministers in a job that broke the ministerial code now would it?

Or for all the other bungling and bungs

Sunak says the wealthy must shoulder the biggest burden (they're not)

Perhaps he could pay?
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For those on HYS who are so proud of their tax avoidance or evasion, please do not think that the rest of us are not clever enough to avoid tax. It's just that we have no desire to be parasites.

Oh and best not brag about it if you have the misfortune to need the NHS.
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HOLD ON HERE A MINUTE> THE PATEL LADY "REACHES SIX FIGURE SETTLEMENT WITH EX HOME OFFICE CHIEF RUTNAM" AND PRAY TELL WHO IS PAYING THIS GASTELY SUM OF £ 340.000 (TAX FREE NO DOUBT)........ THE STUPID TAX PAYER< YOU AND ME, WHILE JOHNSON AND PATEL GET OFF SCOT FREE AND NO TRIBUNIAL!!! Removed
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GREEDY CIVIL SERVANT
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Do you think you'll win anyone's opinion over with your "GASTELY" grammar and spelling?
People who look up to people like Rees Mogg just baffle me . He looks down on the working class like they are parasites but the pensioners have some how been taken in by him and his rich cronies.
And no I didn't think Corbyn was the second coming.
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The budget is not obviously not fair.

Sunak’s wife was caught evading tax in India, as one of her firms was funnelling money through a tax haven.

How can we trust Sunak’s judgment of what is fair or not, when he defends and profits from this behaviour?
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Not helped ,of course, by the £340000+ of taxpayers' money that the Government has paid to an official bullied out of his job by Ms Patel. Quite how she keeps her job in Government is difficult to fathom, especially as this settlement effectively confirms that she is guilty. A thoroughly odious individual who should be made to pay the money herself. Removed
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Don't think Pythagoras Patel will understand that figure she has trouble with figures
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Labour actually prolonged this pandemic by encouraging people to take to the streets in protest during lockdown.
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Of course, not helped by the £340000 of taxpayer's money given by the Government to an official to settle his claim against bullying by Ms Patel. I thought bullying was a disciplinary offence in most jobs. Removed
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He needs to man up...
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Same amount as in the opposition, check it.
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Perhaps the Government could introduce a retrospective bullying tax on government ministers of up to £340k per case paid out? A Fibbing through your back teeth tax should also be particularly lucrative, as would a Mind-numbing level of incompetence tax and a Giving jobs to my chums tax. Removed
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I would think so.
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Google Lisa Nandy
THANK YOU FOR REMOVING MY COMMENT, REPLYING TRUTHFULLY TO THE RATHER LARGE SUM OF MONEY PAID OUT FOR A SETTLEMENT ( £340.000). WHERE PRAY TELL. DOES THAT CONTRAVENE YOUR HOUSE RULES? Removed
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its off topic?

STOP SHOUTING

you are right but no one will listen TO YOUR RANT
It seems Richy Sunak's staff are busy removing posts

This HYS is about

"Budget:Rishi Sunak insists Covidrecovery tax rises fair"

Tax rises on us to pay for govt wasting

It seems that questioning tax rises that are then used to pay off civil servants bullied by Patel, Cummings and others is 'off topic'

It is not 'FAIR' to put up taxes to pay for keeping bullies in charge or off topic to say so
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BBC your choice of HYS tonight looks very biased indeed.

Nothing on Italy blocking Vaccines to Australia.

And you love a HYS on an EU issue when it’s to EU benefit.

Sad
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Yes you are sad and bigoted.
The IFS says the budget doesn't add up.
40 out of 44 electoral wards receiving Covid grants are Tory.
Priti Patel bullying - pushed under the carpet with a £340,000 pay off using public money.
Procurement law broken by the Tories with billions lost to Tory donors and friends.
Is this some corrupt 3rd world country - No it's Tory Britain.
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And still the proletariat vote for them because they think it makes them a good little patriot
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Tory Britain is a corrupt third world country now we have stupidly left the EU.
BBC are you too scared to print the truth. You say certain comments break the house rules, WHO is the house RULER" Removed
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Read the rules, you can rule yourself!
It seems Richy Sunak's staff are busy removing posts

This HYS is about

"Budget: Sunak insists Covidrecovery tax rises fair"

Yet questioning the 'fairness' of tax rises that are then used to pay off civil servants bullied by Patel, Cummings and others is 'off topic'

Like the latest £340000 of our money

It is not 'FAIR' to put up taxes to pay for keeping bullies in charge or off topic to say so
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His name is Rishi. How are we supposed to take you seriously when you can’t even get his name right?
I posted a perfectly polite comment about considering taxing ministers that break ministerial rules - absolutely on topic - and had it removed and received a notice that the reason was it my message was off topic. Dear moderator - please remember you work for us, the license payers, not the government and we are meant to be living in a democracy with freedom of speech. Removed
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You will learn....be cynical it best
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Well said, I have just had 3 comments removed for commenting on the facts, No bias, No bad language, in actual fact very moderate. But there again its the BBC init.
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The best way to help the poor is to put a limit in private rents equal to council rents, To many private landlords shovelling costs onto people least able to afford it with a ticket tout business model based on something for nothing profiteering. Perhaps time for tenants to bite back hard. Not all landlords are greedy but still piling on costs to what is everybody's right to affordable housing.
Supply and demand. They could close the borders if they really wanted to. The low IQ boat people are getting picked up in the channel daily. You have to pay, with your taxes to put them up in 3/4 star hotels whilst our people are homeless. You are a 2nd class citizen in your ancestral homeland now goy! (( rubs hands )) Removed
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expected a more intelligent reply at least, not trolling
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My labour strong hold looks like a 3rd world country?
Funny

No removal of "tax loopholes" for the extremely rich "Non-Doms"

(Sunak's wife - Akshata Murthy - qualifies for this, he has refused to state whether she has non-dom status)

Then again, he hasn't declared various business interests he and his wife have, although it's been said that is within the rules - see Private Eye several times for reports on this
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Rishi Sunak 'failed to declare family's large wealth in ministers' register'

RISHI Sunak’s wife and family hold a large portfolio of directorships and shareholdings which have not been declared in the register of ministers’ interests, a report has revealed.
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Whose paying the £350000 settlement for Patels bullying,it should be the guilty party, so cough up Parel Removed
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Patel
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See also:

The massive law firms and accountancy companies are "allowed" to call all their employees "self-employed"

This means the LLPs that employ them don't get to pay Employer's National Insurance Contributions on the money that goes out to their "self-employed" partners who get £several hundred thousand pa

This is estimated to save, for example, PwC about £105 million in tax per year
Funny

No removal of "tax loopholes" for the extremely rich "Non-Doms"

(Sunak's wife - Akshata Murthy - qualifies for this, he has refused to state whether she has non-dom status)

Then again, he hasn't declared various business interests he and his wife have, although it's been said that is within the rules - see Private Eye several times for reports on this
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Rishi Sunak 'failed to declare family's large wealth in ministers' register'

RISHI Sunak’s wife and family hold a large portfolio of directorships and shareholdings which have not been declared in the register of ministers’ interests, a report has revealed.
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I see projections indicate that the national debt will be 2.8 trillion by 2026.

That means that the Tories will have trebled the national debt in 16 years.

And some people think the Tories are economically sound.

When will Britain wake up to the Tories trashing the country?
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Funny

No removal of "tax loopholes" for the extremely rich "Non-Doms"

(Sunak's wife - Akshata Murthy - qualifies for this, he has refused to state whether she has non-dom status)

Then again, he hasn't declared various business interests he and his wife have, although it's been said that is within the rules - see Private Eye several times for reports on this
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Whose paying the £350000 settlement for Patels bullying,it should be the guilty party, so cough up Parel Removed
Carrie Symonds should really sack her health and education ministers, chancellor and foreign secretary.
After all, she sent Cummings packing and demoted Johnson to Number 10 tea boy!
Honestly you couldn't make this stuff up!
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Nope unfortunately we the Gr8 British Public did (Bojo loves saying that!)
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She's not worth a mention, just another turgid tory twerp.
Send her back to Israel. One way ticket.
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Why can’t we have a HYS. I’m bored and your news sucks.
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Why don't they sell more weapons to Saudi Arabia like a year ago to fill the gap? I mean it is only Yemen children that will suffer not British children? Better yet why not go into war with the US and create some jobs? We will deal with the terror attacks afterwards. A two faced country where the Duke of York does not declare income and queen spend 600k on dry cleaning Removed
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Wonder where in the world you live, probably not UK, but thanks for posting
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1 & 2. Get over it. We don't have the spare income for that amount of foreign aid any more. We're facing a more serious domestic situation.
3. Why not go to war with the US? Because they're a bunch of omnicidal gun-crazed sociopaths with a disturbingly militaristic culture, and we'd lose.
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Wonder where in the world you live, probably not UK, but thanks for posting
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Philip Rutnam: £340k compensation payout. It’s beyond a joke, this much money because he didn’t have the bollocks to stand up for himself. So many people up and down the country hounded out of jobs and receive nothing and then this girl gets £340k. It’s criminal. Removed
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No facts published so I assume YOU work in a nearby office??
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This post wins the Daily Express Deflection Award by a mile! Has exactly WHY he got all that moolah entered the space between your ears? Something to do with being bullied by your Home Secretary perhaps?
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Isn’t it somewhat galling when the NHS moans about their initial 1% payrise when:

1. The Chancellor is having to borrow to pay for it, and;
2. People have already lost their businesses, their jobs, their livelihoods and their homes.

Totally selfish behaviour and ungrateful too.
If what we do defines us you are a troll. Removed
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Is that the best you can do!
04/03/2021 23:32:58 2 5
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2345 Hardy

No focus on the argument at all. Bit challenging for you?
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05/03/2021 00:28:48 2 1
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Sounds anti Semitic?
05/03/2021 00:28:48 2 1
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Sounds anti Semitic?
05/03/2021 00:58:22 2 3
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Fair? Sunak? Or Starmer? The 'cheating of nurses' is in continued atomisation. With the discovery in 2017 that old Tory lies were 'not enough' against a Labour of decency, and with Brexit tax-haven saving set only to lose further ground, the worst of Tories turned to worst of smearing against Corbyn and Labour and the EU, dragooning captive Jewry (the 'mainstream') into bearing false-witness.
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05/03/2021 09:13:02 10 2
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We could not afford COVID but we squandered £400 bn on it.
Dido Harding , useless PPE etc.

Now we cannot afford more than 1 percent for Nurses.

The Hypocrisy is Heart Breaking !
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05/03/2021 11:21:13 2 0
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Still reading 'Dummies Guide to Databases'.