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Right Wing Cps Think Tank Misses Elephant

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Her rent is £110p.w for about the cheapest flat in Basingstoke. Housing benefit is £4.25 leaving £105.75p.w. net.

So Mandy despite doing 40+ hours is forced to split her income 50/50 with a rentier who doesn't have to work.

I think I can see the elephant in the room and it isn't tax, though that is probably too high as well.

I suspect if taxes were reduced, the rentiers would want to confiscate that too.

I'm really getting a little bit p*ssed off with the CPS Think Tank. All they seem interested in are free market solutions that enrich rentiers! :lol:

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Spot on.

The "Rentiers" is the perfect name for them.

Hidden parasites, that are bringing the nation to complete catastrophe. Yet the politicians still blame the poor. The Rentiers are the laziest people in our society today.

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Gets even dafter..

Mandy can barely make ends meet. She is not able to save for retirement, or for a rainy day, and is always anxious about money. Her tax bill is too high.

Thank heaven her personal allowance has gone up significantly under the coalition government - a policy long advocated by the CPS. But ministers should bear people like Mandy in mind every time they consider the funding some new Government programme.

No she struggles to make ends meet and is paying for some other f****s retirement and their mortgage.

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I guess rentiers have no costs themselves, and they can gorge themselves on the £104 per week they are collecting.

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I guess rentiers have no costs themselves, and they can gorge themselves on the £104 per week they are collecting.

Is the rentier/house worth 20 hours of labour a week though, when in the long run its a been a third of a workers wage/time? Indeed supposedly a quarter of a workers wage/time in the case of traditional council housing. Given the State 'only' wants £40 a week and has to provide Police, Fire, and a whole raft of public services.

I would also argue that even if tax were cut, any increase in disposable income would be acquired by the rentier.

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What would we do without the working Mandy's of this country.....working for the government, the landlords and the employers, they all love Mandy. ;)

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