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  1. Sorry for being a bit slow. We've missed the root cause. It's about benefit reform, not Brexit. I voted Brexit to stop FOM. I reckon most did. FOM is for the corporates and landed (aka old money) to make more money, for the govt to falsify GDP for internal (voters) and external (UN Security Council, etc) purposes, and the "intellectual" elites who live in a dream world. All paid for by us "deplorables" through a strained infrastructure (NHS, roads, social, etc), higher rent and house prices, underfunding as budgets spent on tax credits, etc, and future pension liabilities. I wan
  2. There's a growing number of sick people posting on this forum which is making me increasingly agitated and at risk of a descent towards their sad level. This one thread is the total opposite - an oasis of calm, intelligence and above all decency. I very much appreciate the inputs from those who have made it such a success. I have found it transformational. Thank you and my best wishes but I must leave. Goodbye.
  3. Or challenge big business. Certainly not fit to recieve free money.
  4. Even very short term future. And they were in the wilderness for a long time during the Blair years so should know better. Seems they just prefer tje odd guest appearances. TBC, I'm not happy about it but it is what it is.
  5. Indeed, that's a key reason for me calling the Cons fools. What did the past (we know who were the key players) and present lot think was going to happen?
  6. Yes, sounds better. Not that "Sam" mentioned that!
  7. Careful. I did the same thinking about a lottery win, only to find I didn't need it. So found out I didn't do it because I was a coward! Got sorted a bit later though.
  8. "Campaigners have long argued that stamp duty does more harm than good. They fear it puts off movers who might free up homes for others further down the ladder". One person's campaigner is another's xxxxxxxx! "Sam Dumitriu, of the Adam Smith Institute think-tank, said: ‘Stamp duty is probably the most destructive tax there is". Oh yea, for whom? "The amount of tax raised was £1.3billion more than in 2016, largely because of an extra 3 per cent levied on landlords buying properties to rent out and on second homes. This group handed over £4.1billion". An extra 3% hit before you star
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