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£billion Labour 'bribe' For Pensioners!

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Labour conjures up a £Billion - from where exactly?

NEARLY 2m pensioners are in line for an early Christmas present with a phone call telling them they are due a council tax windfall of around £500
He believes the exercise will lead to a total of £870 million being paid out, with claims backdated for 12 months before the phone call.

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Ah but they all fought in the war didn't they? Even my dad who's 65. Or so he implies along with all the other LOADED retiring boomers.

I'll feel warm inside knowing my dad and his pals can afford to have two new tyres fitted to their jaguars.

Ahh. Bless 'em and their 'White Cliffs of Dover' singing eh?

At one point I saw a poor 65yr old having to fill up her OWN RangeRover the other day! Poor dear.

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Isn't it money already not counted because they're owed it?

Either way if the system sucks so much they have to ring round to make sure people get the money that's owed them then something is wrong.

And its a long time til the next election. 2009 someone said. I have to say it feels like they have been in power for such a long time... its all merging together.

Wouldn't be surprised *if* a war with iran happened/bird flu hit then they'd suspend elections indefinately.

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We see the dead hand of government at work again. They take money under threat of imprisonment then give it back at a later date as if it were a benefit. What a ridiculous state of affairs. The sad thing is people will be conned by this and actually believe that the government is benevolent.

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