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sharpe

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  1. as you said we do not know the details of the situation. what are her disabilities; I can only imagine how difficult it is to raise 10 children with just 2 people, with 10 pounds a day for each person after housing costs. how many landlords have lied about their tenants - again we do not know their side of this story. Cutting their benefits by 70% would leave them in a hovel with 2 quid a day each - reducing any chance those children have of contributing in future. Taking away their right to have as many children as they like to a totalitarian concept - an the last century showed well where this ends.
  2. I just pointed you to the article showing how tax is avoided massively in Philip Green's affairs.
  3. i benefit from the health service, the police, infrastructure, the safety from the army and many other things. also child benefit until 2013. i had education for many years also and university tuition fees paid. i pay more tax than likely anyone you know
  4. in tahoma we find a classic example of right wing plebian non thinking. using all sorts of government services, likely uninsured against all sorts of catastrophes that he rants against other for accepting state benefit for once they are unlucky enough to have fallen victim to. the hypocrite in classic form
  5. the difference is as old as Acts 4 32:35 they need - that is why i mind less than paying people who do not need.
  6. was it 46k between 12 after housing. that is about 10 quid a day each for food, heating, cloths etc... so yes, that is needy.
  7. this is a ranting thread - a pack of plebs attacking an army veteran and his disabled wife and children. Philip Green: http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2006/06/19/sir-philip-green-the-rewards-of-tax-avoidance/ http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4763984.stm Not one word against a man who avoids hundreds of millions in tax. A rant about two poor people trying to raise a large family.
  8. The tone of the debate has been set by the title - those joining in kicking an ex-army veteran and a disabled woman can expect like treatment. My point is that transfer payments to the needy are very small relative to payments to the non-needy. I am less unhappy about paying money to people who need it rather than those who do not. Although I would naturally rather pay as little as possible. - The bankers do not need 7 billion in tax payers money in bonuses this year. - The Royal family do not need the billions of pounds in assets they have; which if passed to the treasury would solve a large part of the deficit. After WW2 this country was flattened, utterly bankrupt, hundreds of thousands of its best men dead. Yet it managed to build the NHS and make payments to those most in need. This was done by taxing the idle rich. The parasites who need nothing and take enormous resources whilst doing no work and contributing nothing. I do not want to see people starving in the streets in my local town - that is what would happen if you stop payments to disabled people or those suffering mentally. It is really sad to hear otherwise intelligent people spouting stuff they read in the trash MSM.
  9. you may become disabled one day. perhaps you would rather live in a society where disabled people do not live in the gutter, and have a basic level of dignity. Or perhaps you buy the daily mail... the man was in the army for christ sake, probably getting some army pension. have you daily mail reading scum no shame?
  10. stop trolling with your daily mail and get on your bike
  11. you certainly are that dim if you get the daily mail. what sort of plebian bigot uses that as a source?
  12. one so called problem is insignificant compared to the other. the banking issue is the elephant in the room will bigots rant about some ants below the floor boards. that money they receive will be spent on child rearing. in the worst case it gets spent on local services. the government gives banks billions to do this through "keynesian" economics. or subsidies and guarantees for private companies - the wealth goes straight to people in massive mansions. yet because these people are needy or disabled people despise them
  13. so quick to judge and condemn others you know nothing about
  14. put the daily mail down. you no doubt use all sorts of things like health, education, infrastructure, rubbish collection, enjoy safety thanks to the police service and army. you are a leech on society. Seriously **** off to Congo for a month or two - you will gladly come back and pay your 0.000000001p a year to these people
  15. The bankers are RECEIVING billions, this family receive and absolute pittance relatively. The work this family do has some social use - unlike that of bankers or the Royal family i agree that it will not tell the royal story also that it is designed to turn attention away from the real crooks who pay no tax and have massive state handouts in the banks and other hangers on like Philip Green or the Royal Family
  16. because you are part of a society - and if you want to enjoy the fruits of that society you need to make your contribution. otherwise **** off.
  17. we are in nature, and they are doing pretty well. I would rather 95k go to people bringing up 10 kids - than bankers getting 7 billion this year of tax payers money - to be spent on coke and hookers. Prince Charles gets millions a year from the Duchy of Cornwall. Philip Green pays no tax. These are the real scum and social delinquents who need to be exposed. we are looking in the wrong direction hating the needy. Raising children is noble work; we pay for teachers and child care and social workers to do the same. It reflects how low this society has fallen that child care is not even seen as work.
  18. I have read the contract. The deposit is held in a fund on which interest is then paid to us at the end; which is an improvement on anything I have had before. It seemed reasonable, so will probably take it. As you say it might not be worth a lawyers review for a one year contract. Thanks for the pointers.
  19. yes because raising 10 children is not counted as work. step out the bigoted small minded daily mail world
  20. didn't Brown have a golden rule about the ratio of debt to GDP, something like 40% that went out the window in 2008 to bail out the banks. not sure what it is now - 100% or something?
  21. She meant that she made £60k relative to where she would have been if they had never owned a house...
  22. I am expecting a rental contract for a new place in the next week. A bit more nervous now as it is for a year and we have a little one so I do not want to get kicked out at short notice I will read the contract, but was thinking of getting it read by a lawyer. Can anyone recommend someone decent and reasonably priced? Thanks
  23. the feds cannot keep the price down - they can keep it volatile....
  24. What is fascinating is how impotent the british public are. Anger furiously typed out on a keyboard - then barely a whimper in public. Pathetic - the lot of you
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