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Good site.

Oh I don't know. I think it needs some more primary colours, a black background and lots and lots more flash animations. He really hasn't got across how the labour party are full of nutters and how they are all going to burn in hell. But he's nearly there ...

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Those taxes.... I've never heard of most of them! (I suppose that's why they're called stealth taxes.... :rolleyes: )

Trouble is, get them out to be replaced by who? Cameron doesn't look any different, really.

Wholesale overhaul of the UK political system is the only fix, I think....

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This is so depressing. What has happened to this country and the freedoms we once had? He also mentions a few schemes being considered regarding raising income via HIPs information, planning permission. Even the view looks taxable. (Does that mean high rise flats will be top banding :o)

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I would love to join him as i hate this government, but he is talking out of his ass!

I have no problems with extra taxation on people whom own more than one house.

I have no objection to higher council tax for people whom dont insulate there house to save energy.

I have no objections to the high price of petrol, it has made people more aware that oil is finite and wasting energy will leave generations to come with a devoid planet, quite possibly devoid in not being able to support them due to our greedy wasteful society.

From reading what the guy has to say, is it a wonder that he is on minimum wage?

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If New Labour lose Glasgow by-election McFall, Straw and a few other grey suits will invite Gordon to leave. Milliband will take over as caretaker and a GE will be called for the early Autumn. Pity really, as it would be better for Gordon to stay in the sh*t pot until his time is up in a couple of years.

New Labour and the erosion of personal liberty will be their legacy. Possibly the most sinister government we have ever had.

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Totally agree with every word of that, however the people of this country will still not have learnt their lesson and will blindly be lead to the torpour and corruption that 'Labour' and socialism stand for in the future.

For me I shall become an immigrant my path is already planned, the UK is a spent force ruined by the corruption and greed that has evolved as nu labour.

If New Labour lose Glasgow by-election McFall, Straw and a few other grey suits will invite Gordon to leave. Milliband will take over as caretaker and a GE will be called for the early Autumn. Pity really, as it would be better for Gordon to stay in the sh*t pot until his time is up in a couple of years.

New Labour and the erosion of personal liberty will be their legacy. Possibly the most sinister government we have ever had.

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How about a march for better spelling and grammar? The guy is an illiterate fool. The immigrants he talks about have a better grasp of the English language than him.

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How about a march for better spelling and grammar? The guy is an illiterate fool. The immigrants he talks about have a better grasp of the English language than him.

You mean "than he", I think.

Grammar indeed!

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If New Labour lose Glasgow by-election McFall, Straw and a few other grey suits will invite Gordon to leave. Milliband will take over as caretaker and a GE will be called for the early Autumn. Pity really, as it would be better for Gordon to stay in the sh*t pot until his time is up in a couple of years.

I think it's quite possible that labour will lose Glasgow East. It would take a 22% swing to the SNP and that kind of swing has ben surpassed in many by-elections previously. I'm not sure that Gordon Brown will go, however, and the way the rules are written, it's almost impossible to mount a leadership challenge to him.

New Labour and the erosion of personal liberty will be their legacy. Possibly the most sinister government we have ever had.

How true! When you think about it, the term "New Labour" has sinister Orwellian ring about it, don't you think?

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Totally agree with every word of that, however the people of this country will still not have learnt their lesson and will blindly be lead to the torpour and corruption that 'Labour' and socialism stand for in the future.

For me I shall become an immigrant my path is already planned, the UK is a spent force ruined by the corruption and greed that has evolved as nu labour.

Bye then.

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Totally agree with every word of that, however the people of this country will still not have learnt their lesson and will blindly be lead to the torpour and corruption that 'Labour' and socialism stand for in the future.

For me I shall become an immigrant my path is already planned, the UK is a spent force ruined by the corruption and greed that has evolved as nu labour.

Yes it seems they've finaly caught up with the Tories. All they need now is something as evil as the poll tax was nearly 20 years ago. Sorry pal, but this is no socialist goverment, they are a caretaker tory government through and through. How else could they have let big business and the banks run the agenda?

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he's an unpublished author now.

wouldn't give up the day job if i were him.

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I would love to join him as i hate this government, but he is talking out of his ass!

I have no problems with extra taxation on people whom own more than one house.

I have no objection to higher council tax for people whom dont insulate there house to save energy.

I have no objections to the high price of petrol, it has made people more aware that oil is finite and wasting energy will leave generations to come with a devoid planet, quite possibly devoid in not being able to support them due to our greedy wasteful society.

From reading what the guy has to say, is it a wonder that he is on minimum wage?

From reading this post I have come to the conclusion that you are either rich, or a complete t*at!!

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Manure Recycling Tax • Riding stables and other businesses using horses have to buy a licence to make compost (used as fertiliser) from horse manure. And from 2005/07/01, businesses doing so will have to spend thousands of pounds on installing a leakproof concrete flooring beneath muck heaps with a sealed holding tank for the liquid which runs off.

The average horse produces around 9 metric tons of manure per year. Muck heaps of between 5-50 metric tons will cost £252 for the first year and £174 for subsequent years. Heaps of 50-400 metric tons will cost £482 for the first year then £402 per year. Manure has been composted and spread on farmland for thousands of years. It has taken New Labour until 2005 to identify this source of a new stealth tax. [Thanks to V.M.]

I looked it up, he is *indeed* correct. ZANULabour is taxing horseshit. Sheesh!

EDIT: If you find any typos, you're welcome to keep them ;-)

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From reading this post I have come to the conclusion that you are either rich, or a complete t*at!!

why explain yourself?

I dont even own one house, my landlady owns 64, why should she not pay more tax whilst, she has helped to sustain the property bubble and make it impossible for the likes of you and me to own a home.

Secondly, by the time my children grown up there will be very little oil left in the world, by not removing the tax on petrol people are starting to buy smaller cars and to be more frugal and less wasteful (you should google the story of stuff)

We need to conserve energy and money and one good way for a nation that is going through a transformation from a super state completely energy independent to a state that has to import large amounts of energy, is to build better and insulate old housing stock.

I don't think there is anything in this statement that makes me a twit.

Why don't you do the only meaningful thing this current government has said in the last few years?

GO READ A BOOK!

May i suggest: High noon for natural Gas

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Totally agree with every word of that, however the people of this country will still not have learnt their lesson and will blindly be lead to the torpour and corruption that 'Labour' and socialism stand for in the future.

For me I shall become an immigrant my path is already planned, the UK is a spent force ruined by the corruption and greed that has evolved as nu labour.

Even if the people did 'rise-up'; new anti-terror laws, SOCA, 42 days, arrest at officers discretion etc. would be enforced and the people would back down.

Throw in a couple of accidental 'Menezes' shootings and the people will go home in fear.

Governments are not beyond using 'agent provocateur' tactics to allow heavy handed policing as was recently witnessed and taped in

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The establishment has the intelligence, tools and will to maintain power even if that means a change of party in power. In the eyes of the public all the ills are washed away after a change in ruling party.

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  • 395 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

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


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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