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Spot on, almost exactly how I feel, GB has got it wrong and April 2006 will see taxes go up. I have no idea who he will squeeze but he will get some cash out of most of us. Since 2000 North Sea Oil production has been shrinking. GB just doubled the operating tax! Nuclear build is now inevitable if oil prices do come down the new 20% operating tariff will see production contract faster than a fast thing.

Nuclear build also means a review of the planning process.

Prices will deflate after the budget

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Great article - must read!

An extremely well written article telling things as they are. Gordon as usual throwing money at us like a Scotsman with no arms. But then he was of course voted in by the Great British Public.........

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That's another lazy hack - lifting straight off threads on HPC!

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id say it was about mmm... 20%

No chance of GB raising VAT. That affects public sector workers. Far easier to tax private pensions further by taxing company profits. Oh look he just done it again with north sea oil. ****

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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