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With the govt desperate for cash and no easy way to raise revenues from the usual suspects, I suspect the internet which everyone uses will come under the spotlight quite soon.

It must happen, its logical, anything that becomes popular and something you cant do without will eventually become highly taxed.

At the moment it is almost free! A group of nieghbours can get together and share a connection with a good router, I know I am one of them....costs me some tomatoes now and again!

This cant last they will surely see it as a revenue spinner and demand that all users above 16 or 18 pay a yearly fee or licence to the govt for the privilage of using it.

Think like a treasury official...its logical captain!

Question is.....how could they do it? would they get away with it? how would the yoof react to bieng given a bill!

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