Monthly Archives: March 2013

Theo Paphitis Explains To Francis Maude Why The Bedroom Tax Won’t Save Any Money

Thanks to one of ‘The Flock’ down at NLAT for the tip about Question Time and Michael Portillo on ‘This Week’. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01rbk0s/Question_Time_14_03_2013/ Tories looking in a bit of a muddle on Question Time recently. Bishops more ‘in touch with the … Continue reading

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Why Should Tax Payers Subsidise MP Drinks Bills?

Daily Mirror Reader says – ‘27 places in the House of Commons where you can purchase drink? Close them down and tell them: NO DRINKING IN THE WORK PLACE. NO SMOKING IN THE WORK PLACE.  If they want to drink … Continue reading

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Look It’s ‘Robbing Hood’ And His Merry Men

NLAT caption says ‘Where’s your Bedroom Tax Protest George?’ http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/boris-johnson-proposes-flat-tax-1766806 Meanwhile DM reports that Osborne has had 50 meetings with Banksters but only 4 with the Financial Services Authority Chairman Lord Turner and only eight visits from British Manufacturers in … Continue reading

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How Much Lower Can This Despicable Government Stoop?

Three judges ruled in favour of Cait Reilly and Jamieson Wilson in a recent case brought against the DWP which forced them to do unpaid work for private businesses.  As a result of the ruling, those in similar positions should … Continue reading

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Swiss Banker Accidently Leaked US Tax Dodgers’ Details

‘Beda Singenberger’s client list has already led to the jailing of Jacques Wajsfelner, an 83-year-old who pleaded guilty to hiding $5.7m from the internal revenue (IRS) earlier this month. At Wajsfelner’s sentencing in a New York court, Assistant US attorney … Continue reading

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Set That SatNav – Into Gear – U Turn Ahead – AaH

‘Bedroom tax: drastic u-turns, partial concessions, and spin The most significant – and potentially most politically damaging – bodyswerve on the bedroom tax this week was slipped out without fanfare.  A sudden spate of apparent bedroom tax concessions exemptions and … Continue reading

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Rail Companies Announce Record Takings While Commuters Suffer

Will the ConDems rein in the Rail Companies?  Will they heck! Telegraph Reports – ‘In the final three months of 2012, passenger revenue in Britain rose to £1.96 billion, an increase of 8.3 per cent on the same period a … Continue reading

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