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Harperson; Learn The Tax Rules You Make Speeches About

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As has been discussed on here today, Harperson has waded in with her call for tax breaks on lap dancing corporate entertainment to be closed.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8263284.stm

As she says;

"I will take up the issue of tax relief, because there is a whole host of rules around tax relief. For example you can't get tax relief for childcare, which is necessary for you to go to work.

"Why should you be able to get tax relief for a night out at a lap-dancing club where effectively you are discriminating against women employees in doing so? Why should you be able to get tax relief for a night out at a lap-dancing club where effectively you are discriminating against women employees in doing so?" "

HPCers have rightly mocked her for her mad efforts to pursue her deranged sex-obsessed agenda again. However there's a priceless comment from the Treasury.........;

corporate entertainment of any kind was not deductable for tax or VAT purposes.

So the whole point of her speech was to rail against a tax break that... er... doesn't exist. Oh dear!

EDIT: Dammit! harris just beat me to it on the other thread!!!

Edited by bogbrush

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Yes, try to claim for things like that now and the government department that literally has the power to shove things uo

your backside will do exactly that.

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