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Court Fees Plan 'tax On Debtors'

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Gordenron can't balance his books, so plans to raise some cash by upping court fees for people in debt by 233%. Nice timing at the beginning of a recession, should raise plenty of cash to pour into the government troughs.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7848580.stm

The Tories are wrong on this. The civil courts should be self funding.

If they were to talk about making cheaper forms of arbitration more available then I'd be more impressed.

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Always looking for the new growth areas is our Ponzi to increase the tax take so he can piss the money up against a wall.

Govt should really be self sustainable and raise there own revenue by selling goods and reduce direct and indirect taxation as much as possible.

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Gordenron can't balance his books, so plans to raise some cash by upping court fees for people in debt by 233%. Nice timing at the beginning of a recession, should raise plenty of cash to pour into the government troughs.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7848580.stm

nah hes just keeping up with the money supply

deflation Gordon - methinks you are wrong - like you are wrong about everything else - go now for the good of the country

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Gordenron can't balance his books, so plans to raise some cash by upping court fees for people in debt by 233%. Nice timing at the beginning of a recession, should raise plenty of cash to pour into the government troughs.

In Gordonomics it makes perfect sense!

Got debt? Get More?

Struggling with debt? Get some more debt!

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