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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? 18:02 - Feb 2 with 1276 viewsNthQldITFC

Suggestions?

# WE ARE STEALING THE FUTURE FROM OUR CHILDREN --- WE MUST CHANGE COURSE #
Poll: It's driving me nuts

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 18:13 - Feb 2 with 1229 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Remake Labour in their image.

"They break our legs and tell us to be grateful when they offer us crutches."
Poll: If the choice is Moore or no more.

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 18:57 - Feb 2 with 1172 viewsNthQldITFC

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 18:13 - Feb 2 by BanksterDebtSlave

Remake Labour in their image.


"Things can only get similar."

(just heard on R4, not my own work)

# WE ARE STEALING THE FUTURE FROM OUR CHILDREN --- WE MUST CHANGE COURSE #
Poll: It's driving me nuts

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 19:47 - Feb 2 with 1125 viewsChurchman

Tax the air we breathe. Do it on the basis that the plebs produce less for what the air they use than the wealth producers/privileged classes so should rightly pay more.

Set it like a scaled version Poll Tax based on status. Reece-Mogg and the gang pay £100 PA all the way up to £3000 for pensioners who’ve had their life (see Johnson and Sunak) and a similar amount for the unemployed who contribute nothing. There were 12.5 million pensioners in 2022. Take away say 1m people of the ‘right’ birth leaving 11.5m. 1.5m unemployed so call it 13m x £3000 - you do the maths!

Sorted.
[Post edited 2 Feb 19:53]
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 21:14 - Feb 2 with 1072 viewsNthQldITFC

No, there's not much left, is there.

# WE ARE STEALING THE FUTURE FROM OUR CHILDREN --- WE MUST CHANGE COURSE #
Poll: It's driving me nuts

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 21:36 - Feb 2 with 1048 viewsMattinLondon

State that flying the Union flag is now a Brexit benefit and that it’s everyone’s patriotic duty to do so. And then start to tax people for doing so - anyone who doesn’t is an EU loving traitor.

Actually, that’s probably quite believable.
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 02:23 - Feb 3 with 962 viewsMercian

What target's do they have left? They have attacked immigrants, the homeless, pensioners, the unemployed and those on minimum wage already. Going after those in the comfortable working class/lower middle class bracket is an option. People who earn between £30,000 and £60,000 a year will have to pay 80% tax. Anything under £30,000 will be taxed at 45%, between £60,000 and £150,000 will be taxed at 10% and anything above that will be at minus 10%. So if you earn £1 million a year the governement will give you £100,000 a year tax credit fleeced from the less well off. Sunak will then dress this as "The will of the British People" and give himself his usual "Pat on the back".
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 06:37 - Feb 3 with 924 viewsChurchman

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 21:14 - Feb 2 by NthQldITFC

No, there's not much left, is there.


Well, when you flog everything off, you can only sell it once.

How about privatising all education. No free school anything and no compulsory attendance. Most of the state schools can then be sold off for development and these expensive tax funded teachers can either get a job in private schools or go and get a productive job. Two jobs if they are struggling.

Let’s face it, the Empire was built before compulsory education. It’s really not necessary for the plebs/the rough. If you want it, pay for it. Simple Victorian values.

Same with healthcare. £20bn a year of Jacob and his friends’ money. Why should they pay? Get people to pay for what they need. If they can’t, then that’ll decrease the surplus population (apologies to A Christmas Carol).
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 06:40 - Feb 3 with 914 viewsSchmoke

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 21:14 - Feb 2 by NthQldITFC

No, there's not much left, is there.


Not with that attitude there isn't
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 07:10 - Feb 3 with 890 viewsFreddies_Ears

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 07:59 - Feb 3 with 859 viewsChurchman

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 07:10 - Feb 3 by Freddies_Ears

GP appointments to go online only, £20 minimum cost, but £40 to be seen within a week, £80 within 2 days, £100 same day.

A&E minimum £100 per visit, paid on arrival. Anyone unable to pay can join a queue to be seen after 48 hours.


How about getting rid of the Fire Service. If you want a bit of that, pay into insurance for a private company to do it, just as they used to. Have your plaque on the wall and you are good to go. No insurance, your choice. That’d save a bit.
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 08:26 - Feb 3 with 831 viewsBlueBoots

1) Any policy that encourages the "haves" to vote for them because they'll get to keep more of their money.
2) Any policy that encourages the "haves" to vote for them because the "have-nots" are like that because they are lazy and work shy.
3) Any policy that encourages the "haves" and "have-nots" to vote for them as they will be better off if we close the borders because the country is full.
4) A totally random policy that demonises a sector of society that will play to their core voters.
5) Any policy that amplifies fears on a subject that the majority of their core voters don't understand.

I'll go with one for each category...

1) Private school fees to be reclassified as "donations", allowing people to claim back tax (as private schools are allowed charitable status).

2) Promising a review of Universal Credit and all other benefits to make it more "efficient" and "cost effective".

3) Clampdown on checking the settled status of EU citizens who have been in the country since Brexit.

4) Increasing VAT on bicycles and bike components to pay for repairing pot holes in roads.

5) New government department set up to investigate the use of AI (before it steals your job and kidnaps your daughter)

It's possible to be mentally as well as financially fleeced...

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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 11:09 - Feb 3 with 754 viewsZx1988

Alongside Voter ID, anyone intending to vote for a party other than the Conservatives must purchase the appropriate licence, available at £50 a pop and valid for one vote only.
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 12:19 - Feb 3 with 724 viewsMercian

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 11:09 - Feb 3 by Zx1988

Alongside Voter ID, anyone intending to vote for a party other than the Conservatives must purchase the appropriate licence, available at £50 a pop and valid for one vote only.
[Post edited 3 Feb 12:33]


I loved how the Voter ID backfired not realising that the voting demographic had changed and those least likely to have ID now vote Tory. Who advises these people?
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New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 12:31 - Feb 3 with 712 viewsmylittletown

New ways to fleece Great British public during death throes of the T*ry Party? on 08:26 - Feb 3 by BlueBoots

1) Any policy that encourages the "haves" to vote for them because they'll get to keep more of their money.
2) Any policy that encourages the "haves" to vote for them because the "have-nots" are like that because they are lazy and work shy.
3) Any policy that encourages the "haves" and "have-nots" to vote for them as they will be better off if we close the borders because the country is full.
4) A totally random policy that demonises a sector of society that will play to their core voters.
5) Any policy that amplifies fears on a subject that the majority of their core voters don't understand.

I'll go with one for each category...

1) Private school fees to be reclassified as "donations", allowing people to claim back tax (as private schools are allowed charitable status).

2) Promising a review of Universal Credit and all other benefits to make it more "efficient" and "cost effective".

3) Clampdown on checking the settled status of EU citizens who have been in the country since Brexit.

4) Increasing VAT on bicycles and bike components to pay for repairing pot holes in roads.

5) New government department set up to investigate the use of AI (before it steals your job and kidnaps your daughter)

It's possible to be mentally as well as financially fleeced...


The mental fleecing took place years ago.
It is amazing how many people like to think that they are 'haves' .
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