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Top 10 Tax Credit Constituency - Oldham Royton And West

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Oldham West and Royton has the tenth highest average award amount for combined working tax credit & child tax credit in the UK, the parliamentary constituency has 5200 people receiving an average £10,147 per annum or a cumulative £52.8 million of tax-payers money every year. Just another statistic not shared by any of the political parties all of which are brandishing about leaflets with completely inaccurate figures, the annual award of tax credits for all of Oldham costs tax-payers around £166 million. 2013-14 are the last set of tax credit figures published, data for 2014-15 awards won’t be available till May 2016.


What colour will they vote?



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'What colour will they vote?


Whatever their Imam tells them to.

I feel sorry for the person crossing the postal ballots.

Each person has to vote a 1000 times.

Must be knackering.

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It would be useful if they also added in how many British nationals claim as well rather than trying to turn it into a "nationalistic" issue.

However people are being good capitalists and are profit maximising with the skills they have under a system that encourages it. Hard to see how they can cap this spend without revealing the UK economy to be a sham supported by government intervention. Despite the Tories free market rhetoric the state plays a crucial role in propping up profits.

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