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AtW
AtW
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  • AtW
    started a topic 365

    365

    See you all this time next year

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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    Yeah right - high taxes on: petrol, smokes, booze, VAT on most non-basic stuff, lots of other unavoidable costs are high because those who provide those services get taxed heavily too....
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    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    "Workers face highest tax bills in a generation under Boris Johnson’s social care plans

    TaxPayers’ Alliance calculate tax burden will jump to 70-year high, a level not seen since Clement Attlee’s administration"

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/09/04/wor...
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  • AtW
    replied to Who had September in the sweepstake?
    Who?
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    Yeah, so why Tory Scum are increasing taxes?

    And who do you think will come after Tory Govt in a two party system? ...
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    When Labour come back in they'll only have CGT, small amount of extra tax on divis plus property related taxes - thanks to Tory Scum who would have done half the job for them. Pensioners will again be left untouched because they vote well.
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    What was that you said before about Tory taxes? Ah that - Labour would have done it anyway
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    The only reason property gone up so much is due to solid Govt support - so making it taxable is a no brainer, alternative was (and might be still is) crashing property values to reduce cost of living, thus allowing heavier income taxes - it’s really the property costs that feck everything up.
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    Dividends are already pretty much bang on taxed as orginary income, certainly will be once 24% corp tax comes into play.

    If the party that is supposedly cutting taxes increase them then the only way to get them move into the right direction is NOT TO GET THEM ELECTED.

    Five...
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    Add to this - “auto-enrollment” tax, essentially new type of NICs...
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    I think at this point the other lot (with Starmer in charge) would be better actually and we are not even half way through the tulip Tory Scum will do.

    Nobody in Europe is rushing to increase taxes right now, especially on jobs, Tory Scum are truly unique scumbags for that...
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  • AtW
    replied to Taxes under Tory Scum
    Indeed - a huge pension robbery is coming soon...
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  • AtW
    replied to Oh goodie, the end of labour shortages.
    Was cheaper to keep small military presence there
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  • AtW
    started a topic Taxes under Tory Scum

    Taxes under Tory Scum

    Divi tax massively up
    Corp tax about to go up considerably
    NICs about to go up (breaking manifesto promise)
    Insurance “premium” tax massively up
    CGT up by virtue of cutting Entrepreneurs relief

    Anything else?

    How many other countries in the world...
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    replied to £350 million a week - let's fund our NHS
    And they charge companies also, as usual, even over the normal NIC max limit which currently 2% and they want to make it 3.5%, plus on company side no limit for some reason?

    I guess after that it would “only be fair” to increase divi rate ...
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  • AtW
    started a topic The Official DOOM: SueEllen

    The Official DOOM: SueEllen

    "Vodka and coke in peril: Can shortage at Coca-Cola as Smirnoff maker suffers logistics issues

    Coca-Cola Europacific follows the likes of Wetherspoons, McDonald's, Greggs and Nando's in facing supply chain problems - while drinks giant Diageo said it had also had to deal with a "challenging"...
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  • AtW
    replied to Now we get to the crux of it
    All dodgy drivers who were trading in death are now making honest money doing deliveries of healthy food for Waitrose.

    Finally a good thing from Brexit!

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  • AtW
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    Авоська



    Lady to carry it was included only for the Inner Party members...
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  • AtW
    replied to Cryptocurrency
    "BitConnect Founder Sued as SEC Alleges $2 Billion Crypto Scheme

    Federal regulators sued the founder of BitConnect, a cryptocurrency exchange platform, for fraudulently raising more than $2 billion from investors in an offering that wasn’t registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange...
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  • AtW
    replied to Oh dear - wages go up and signing bonuses.
    "Shop prices rise amid driver shortages and Brexit red tape

    Retail data shows 0.4% month-on-month increase in August, with 0.6% rise in non-food

    UK shop prices rose last month, according to the latest data from the British Retail Consortium, in a sign that driver shortages...
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