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Tax Rises?

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Yes, tax rises are pretty much inevitable and, as others have pointed out, when taxes rise, consumers have less to spend which hits businesses hard etc. etc.

It would seem unlikely however that the government will increase taxes directly through income tax, not their style, indirect taxes especially national insurance are much more likely to go up. I also assume they will be wary about tax hikes in the run up to the local elections in May 2006 but that's only if anyone in Westminster still cares how many councils the Labour party runs.

P.S. what is your avatar about?

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Have you never seen the advert - classic!!

Bring in a NFL player to motivate the staff!

Even throws a woman over a filing cabinet

You got it.

Dames :D

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