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    ScotsPine

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    Default Paymaster General Dawn Primarolo

    dear lord, what bright spark put that raving incompetent in that position? you have to feel sorry for the 'poor people' of this wonderful country of ours.

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    Did you hear her being interviewed on the Today programme this morning? She sounded as though she was on drugs or something - slurred speech, incoherent, clearly knew nothing about the subject other than the two soundbites her PPS gave her on the way to the studio... it was only the fact that she was being interviewed by James "Soft Touch" Naughtie that let her off the hook. John Humphrys would have eaten her alive.

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    Is it not one of the tenants of socialism that them that don't work don't eat? This "family tax credits" is only a cover so bleeding heart middle class types don't get all weepey over making the lower orders lives a living nightmare. I hear a good few ended up having to live on Red Cross food parcels.

    Even though yer average marxist would like to think it, Maggie would never have done such a thing.

    HTH

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    Is this the first time you've heard Dim Prawn being interviewed?

    If so I bet it was quite an eye opener but for those who have witnessed her performances before just another confirmation that "Dim" isn't just juxtapositioning.

    I suspect she gives a mean BJ.

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    Is this the first time you've heard Dim Prawn being interviewed?
    It was, and I was shocked. I genuinely thought she was drunk.

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    ScotsPine

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    i was astounded this morning when i heard her. she really was 'let off the hook' by the weak questioning. and she came across as a dithering imbecile but full of good old new liebore care_and_concern and after all isn't that what really matters? i wonder how many millions it costs to distribute our taxes in these 'tax credits'? i wonder how many millions more it might cost to recover same? oh hang on, new liebore are considering writing off the overpayments. well that's nice, isn't it? aren't they deep down caring?

    bumbling and overpaid cretins who use our money to pay the pr companies large sums to cover their imbecile arses. grrr

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    i wonder how many millions it costs to distribute our taxes in these 'tax credits'? i wonder how many millions more it might cost to recover same?
    That's the irony of the whole thing. Just set a flat tax kicking in at, say, £12k and take all these poor buggers who can only afford to go to McDonald's three times a week out of the tax system altogether.

    Still, that's not GB's way is it? Far better to have a complex and expensive scheme than the thought that the average Joe may be able to figure out how much tax he's paying.

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    take all these poor buggers who can only afford to go to McDonald's three times a week
    That's half the problem with this scum. For a fraction of the price they could buy basic ingredients and cook something decent. Their health and budget would improve as a result, and there would be fewer fat imbeciles waddling along the street blocking me from getting past.

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    That's half the problem with this scum. For a fraction of the price they could buy basic ingredients and cook something decent.
    Exactly. What's 4 x Big Mac "Meals" - not much short of £20? Even assuming these scum don't know how to cook, my local Morrison's does 2 x hot roasted chickens for £3.99. Add some potatos, carrots and cabbage - bingo, healthy nutritious meal for four with leftovers for tomorrow for not much more than a fiver.

    Lucifer Box in Home Economics Mode.

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    Just set a flat tax kicking in at, say, £12k and take all these poor buggers who can only afford to go to McDonald's three times a week out of the tax system altogether
    Tax credits are really a social security benefit. They are based on household (not individual) circumstances and can result in negative tax for poorer people i.e. they end up with more money than the gross salary they started with.

    How about a (lowish) flat tax on all income, deducted at source by employers, banks (interest) and corporations (dividends) and in place of the personal allowance say a tenner a day "benefit" to everyone. Then change the social security system so that say no more than 1 in 100 is able to claim any other benefit. (The 1 in 100 covering people who are genuinely incapable of doing anything useful.)

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