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New Financial Year - Csr Cuts Begin

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It's a new financial year and the csr cuts start kicking in today. Though the council tax bill has come and it is frozen.

April fools?

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It's a new financial year and the csr cuts start kicking in today. Though the council tax bill has come and it is frozen.

April fools?

My council tax bill went down. I've never seen a council tax bill go down before.

HOWEVER

My road tax has gone up by 20% (£175 to £200). At first I blamed the coalition but this increase was due to last years change so was a parting gift from the Brownster! Increase TY is 5% (£200-£210)

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It's a new financial year and the csr cuts start kicking in today. Though the council tax bill has come and it is frozen.

April fools?

Work this one out. The councils are bing paid by central gov if they DONT increase the council tax!!!!

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The Council tax freezes are an insulting political move. The Tories can say "look, we are freezing taxes - see, it's there in black and white", while in the meantime people's disposable income is eaten up by food, insurance, fuel, etc inflation, which the govt (the BoE is a branch of govt, and not independent) does nothing to prevent.

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