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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday 09:37 - Feb 11 with 839 viewsDanTheMan

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2020/02/boriss-leaked-tax-plans-suggest-a-truly-ra

I wonder if the sources are right and these will go ahead in some form.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 09:42 - Feb 11 with 796 viewschicoazul

Christopher Hope has two sources who say the Prime Minister and Chancellor are contemplating a ‘mansion tax’ (either in the form of an annual wealth tax or a higher council tax band) and cutting pension tax relief on those earning over £50,000 from 40 per cent to 20 per cent.

That evil right winger "Boris", at it again!

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:28 - Feb 11 with 718 viewstractordownsouth

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 09:42 - Feb 11 by chicoazul

Christopher Hope has two sources who say the Prime Minister and Chancellor are contemplating a ‘mansion tax’ (either in the form of an annual wealth tax or a higher council tax band) and cutting pension tax relief on those earning over £50,000 from 40 per cent to 20 per cent.

That evil right winger "Boris", at it again!


They're also contemplating continuing austerity and erecting trade barriers after saying they wouldn't...

If they do bring in a mansion tax then I'll give credit where it's due but I'll believe it when i see it

And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?
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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:36 - Feb 11 with 693 viewsStokieBlue

That doesn't look like a yearly levy on property from that article, just an extension to stamp duty on purchase?

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:42 - Feb 11 with 676 viewschicoazul

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:28 - Feb 11 by tractordownsouth

They're also contemplating continuing austerity and erecting trade barriers after saying they wouldn't...

If they do bring in a mansion tax then I'll give credit where it's due but I'll believe it when i see it

And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?
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And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?

Welll.....yes. Indeed.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:46 - Feb 11 with 664 viewsgiant_ullaa

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:42 - Feb 11 by chicoazul

And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?

Welll.....yes. Indeed.


When I saw this, I thought you'd be happy - enjoy!

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:46 - Feb 11 with 656 viewsBackToRussia

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:42 - Feb 11 by chicoazul

And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?

Welll.....yes. Indeed.


Yeah, try to not go by The Sun and/or Jordan Peterson to get your political education. That could be where you're going wrong.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:48 - Feb 11 with 647 viewsBackToRussia

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:28 - Feb 11 by tractordownsouth

They're also contemplating continuing austerity and erecting trade barriers after saying they wouldn't...

If they do bring in a mansion tax then I'll give credit where it's due but I'll believe it when i see it

And isn't this the thing that Ed Miliband got called a Marxist for?
[Post edited 11 Feb 10:28]


If chico could actually read he'd see the article calls these plans "excessively timid" and likens the plans to things New York and Switzerland have instituted.

This is the state of politics in this country, plans that in other countries are economically conservative are decried as Marxism here. We've essentially turned into Alabama as a country.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:49 - Feb 11 with 651 viewsfooters

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:46 - Feb 11 by BackToRussia

Yeah, try to not go by The Sun and/or Jordan Peterson to get your political education. That could be where you're going wrong.


In other news, I see Mr Peterson is actually in rehab for drug addiction. Some master of self-discipline he is. Hrmph.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:49 - Feb 11 with 638 viewsBackToRussia

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:49 - Feb 11 by footers

In other news, I see Mr Peterson is actually in rehab for drug addiction. Some master of self-discipline he is. Hrmph.


lol. Good. Fraud.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:51 - Feb 11 with 640 viewsfooters

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:49 - Feb 11 by BackToRussia

lol. Good. Fraud.


But thanks to him my room and penis have never been cleaner. (Sorry if tmi)

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:53 - Feb 11 with 618 viewschicoazul

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:46 - Feb 11 by giant_ullaa

When I saw this, I thought you'd be happy - enjoy!


Ha! It is endlessly interesting to me that people think Boris is some right wing mega fascist. He is basically a Blairite, you don't win London twice without being a big old softy. I think part of the problem is, like Blair, he can point in several directions at once, which is part of what makes him so popular but because he is from what is traditionally a right wing party (although not for many years now) it means he has the baggage of being a Wicked Tory.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:54 - Feb 11 with 616 viewsm14_blue

If that proves to be right then it's promising.
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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:56 - Feb 11 with 607 viewsDanTheMan

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:49 - Feb 11 by footers

In other news, I see Mr Peterson is actually in rehab for drug addiction. Some master of self-discipline he is. Hrmph.


He's not in rehab really... he's actually gone to Russia to get an incredibly risky procedure done to cure him of his addiction by putting him into a coma. Last I heard, he might have brain damage.

This apparently all comes from his daughter who is into weird "alternative" treatments. She is also the one who recommended he do that incredibly strange all beef diet.

He is a strange man.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:57 - Feb 11 with 594 viewsBackToRussia

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:53 - Feb 11 by chicoazul

Ha! It is endlessly interesting to me that people think Boris is some right wing mega fascist. He is basically a Blairite, you don't win London twice without being a big old softy. I think part of the problem is, like Blair, he can point in several directions at once, which is part of what makes him so popular but because he is from what is traditionally a right wing party (although not for many years now) it means he has the baggage of being a Wicked Tory.


Blairism is an extension of Thatcherism. Where would you put Margaret Thatcher on the political spectrum? Let me guess, she's probably a Marxist too?

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:59 - Feb 11 with 587 viewsfooters

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:56 - Feb 11 by DanTheMan

He's not in rehab really... he's actually gone to Russia to get an incredibly risky procedure done to cure him of his addiction by putting him into a coma. Last I heard, he might have brain damage.

This apparently all comes from his daughter who is into weird "alternative" treatments. She is also the one who recommended he do that incredibly strange all beef diet.

He is a strange man.


"Last I heard, he might have brain damage."

Yeah, but what's new.

Thanks for the info!

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:59 - Feb 11 with 579 viewsBackToRussia

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:56 - Feb 11 by DanTheMan

He's not in rehab really... he's actually gone to Russia to get an incredibly risky procedure done to cure him of his addiction by putting him into a coma. Last I heard, he might have brain damage.

This apparently all comes from his daughter who is into weird "alternative" treatments. She is also the one who recommended he do that incredibly strange all beef diet.

He is a strange man.


On the day HS2 is announced, the government illegally deported people to Jamaica and the coronavirus gets worse, it's nice to know there is some good news from today.

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 11:09 - Feb 11 with 543 viewscallis

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 10:59 - Feb 11 by BackToRussia

On the day HS2 is announced, the government illegally deported people to Jamaica and the coronavirus gets worse, it's nice to know there is some good news from today.


Taken back control though haven't we. It's now the CourageousVirus, because it's named after a traditional British wild lion of something...

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Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 13:39 - Feb 11 with 446 viewsHARRY10

Interesting article in The Spectator yesterday on 09:42 - Feb 11 by chicoazul

Christopher Hope has two sources who say the Prime Minister and Chancellor are contemplating a ‘mansion tax’ (either in the form of an annual wealth tax or a higher council tax band) and cutting pension tax relief on those earning over £50,000 from 40 per cent to 20 per cent.

That evil right winger "Boris", at it again!


Boris is neither right, left or centre

Just an habitual liar who will say anything, adopt any posture that will serve his puropse - self advancement

So the real question is why so many are so easily fooled
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