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AtW
21st December 2016, 18:11
"The OBR said in November that it expects self-assessment tax receipts to be higher at the start of next year following a rise in dividend tax this April, and Capital Economics believes this will push borrowing down to £65bn this fiscal year, from £75.4bn in 2015-16."

Chancellor on track to meet higher borrowing target as November deficit falls to lowest since 2007 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/12/21/chancellor-track-meet-higher-borrowing-target-november-deficit/)

Fooking "pro-business" Conmen :mad

northernladyuk
21st December 2016, 18:57
"The OBR said in November that it expects self-assessment tax receipts to be higher at the start of next year following a rise in dividend tax this April, and Capital Economics believes this will push borrowing down to £65bn this fiscal year, from £75.4bn in 2015-16."

Chancellor on track to meet higher borrowing target as November deficit falls to lowest since 2007 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/12/21/chancellor-track-meet-higher-borrowing-target-november-deficit/)

Fooking "pro-business" Conmen :mad

In USD terms that's nothing.

shaunbhoy
21st December 2016, 20:18
Fooking "pro-business" Conmen :mad

Come on alexei, cough up you bleeding stingey oligarch. We have a struggling NHS to fund!! :wink

northernladyuk
21st December 2016, 20:38
Come on alexei, cough up you bleeding stingey oligarch. We have a struggling NHS to fund!! :wink

If only there was an obvious source of additional funding for the NHS.

DimPrawn
21st December 2016, 21:52
Them immigrants don't pay for themselves you know!

Dig deep.

GB9
21st December 2016, 23:03
"The OBR said in November that it expects self-assessment tax receipts to be higher at the start of next year following a rise in dividend tax this April, and Capital Economics believes this will push borrowing down to £65bn this fiscal year, from £75.4bn in 2015-16."

Chancellor on track to meet higher borrowing target as November deficit falls to lowest since 2007 (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/12/21/chancellor-track-meet-higher-borrowing-target-november-deficit/)

Fooking "pro-business" Conmen :mad

What's up? Your btl empire going down the pan?

Stop running hmo doss houses and get a real job if you can.

AtW
22nd December 2016, 00:06
Come on alexei, cough up you bleeding stingey oligarch. We have a struggling NHS to fund!! :wink

I'll be helping fund NHS in January :eyes

AtW
22nd December 2016, 00:07
If only there was an obvious source of additional funding for the NHS.

Aye, even 3 sources:

1) Drugs
2) Prostitution
3) NorthernLad charging a fiver for telling people whether they've asked their accountant!

northernladyuk
22nd December 2016, 09:04
Aye, even 3 sources:

1) Drugs
2) Prostitution
3) NorthernLad charging a fiver for telling people whether they've asked their accountant!

A fiver! That's more than he gets for noshing a Russian sailor!

I had this kind of thing in mind:

http://i4.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article7943774.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/JS89532410.jpg