WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
24%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
25%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
48%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Sven Roeder 10:56 Sat Mar 5
How are your utility bills looking?
Helpful email from SSE with their projection ..
Electricty UP 40%
Gas UP 60%

What can you do about it?
'Nothing' is the advice

Thanks Blair / Brexit / Boris / Vlad etc

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Mike Oxsaw 1:48 Sat Aug 13
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Capitol Man 2:39 Sat Aug 13

Outlines are waffle - they offer you an easy get-out as you are now proving.

A far as I'm aware, living in the UK, we already have "progressive" tax rates.

Give us some figures - a "feel" of what YOUR reasonable taxation system would look like.

When would someone become eligible for benefits, for instance, how much tax should someone on a "six-figure salary" pay every month? All points between.

How much should be spent on collecting this tax - actual figures, not a % of expected take.

All this waffle you spout seems like phrases you've cribbed from somebody's PowerPoint presentation without having any idea about the substance of what is being presented.

ted fenton 10:32 Sat Aug 13
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
It's a tough job but someone has to do it: The wine company, Majestic, is looking for a ‘Vintern’ who will be paid £600 to spend a few days in the Portuguese sunshine drinking wine. Sounds hellish!

The chosen person will travel (expenses paid) to a Portuguese vineyard to sip wines and then to try the same wines back home in the UK, to see once and for all if wine tastes better abroad than at home.

No previous wine-tasting experience is necessary but applicants must be passionate wine-lovers and have a valid passport. They can even take a friend with them on the ‘job’.

To apply for this tough task, go to the Majestic.co.uk website (majestic.co.uk/information/majestic-vinternship) and send in the form by August 22.

Capitol Man 2:39 Sat Aug 13
Re: How are your utility bills looking?


Mike Oxsaw 3:39 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?

Yes small cock - I’m devastated that the gammons on here don’t take me seriously.

I outlined it for you. Progressive rates, simplify code, eliminate loopholes, restrict the ability to offshore funds while enjoying the benefits of living in the UK.

Yet you just want to repeat the same question again as though it wasn’t explained to you before.

You even told me that all those wealthy people and corporations would run screaming out of the country if anyone dared question them.

So you understood what was being said, yep you want it explained again.

Tell us again how My Cocks Sore is your real name.

Westside 2:37 Sat Aug 13
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
This guy was on Nick Ferrari. Can anyone pick holes in his proposal or is it just too brilliantly obvious for the Government to use?

As his first point was so retarded, I didn't bother with points 2 and 3.

He proposed all those who earn more than £100k a year, lose their personal allowance People who earn more than £125,140 annually, don't get a personal allowance already!

Those who earn over £100k and less than £125,140, already lose one pound of their personal allowance, for every £2 earned. Over £125,140 no personal allowance. The only additional tax raised by his proposal, would be for those who earn between £100k and £125,140. So not much at all.

This measure was introduced in 2010/11by George Osborne. The lower £100k threshold hasn't been raised since.

zico 2:23 Sat Aug 13
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
https://youtu.be/77kCUlOsr6c

This guy was on Nick Ferrari. Can anyone pick holes in his proposal or is it just too brilliantly obvious for the Government to use?

master 8:39 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Few journalists from the left perspective, few from the right. All perfectly reasonable.
Now, about that overly right wined media, where are they?

ray winstone 7:33 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Auntie Thermite 7:15 Fri Aug 12

Ok, The Mail, Express and The Sun, all full of client journalists willing to prop up Boris and his cabal.

Westside 7:16 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
That's a shed load of Corporation Tax, PAYE, Employers and Employees National Insurance right there.

Should pay for a few winter fuel allowances.

Auntie Thermite 7:15 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
ray winstone 6:56 Thu Aug 11

"I see the right wing media..."

Which ones are they, the one's that all promote sodomy as our greatest virtue, every single illegal war, restriction and lockdown during the fake pandemic, the one's that insist that men wearing dresses are legitimately birds, the one's that never questioned the criminal commie style magic money tree borrowing/spending the last few years, or indeed any of the globohomo promoting publications that repeatedly pretend that importing infinite 3rd world criminals who have a major crux with the decadent West is the best solution to our economies and society et cetera?

zico 5:53 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Meanwhile whilst people struggle.

Allegedly ......

* British Gas made a profit of £1.3bn between January & June
* BP announced profits of £6.95 billion between April and June alone
* Shell has profited by £9.4bn in a year
Those at the top:
* John Pettigrew, boss of National Grid received £6.5m bonus on top of his salary
* Chris O’Shea, chief executive of British Gas owner Centrica was paid almost £2m last year in salary and benefits
* Centrica's non-executive directors were paid almost £1m
* Scottish Power's CEO Keith Anderson is on £1.15m.
* E.On boss Michael Lewis is on £1m
* EDF's Simone Rossi is also on £1m
* And their top execs enjoyed a share of £4.65m
* Peter Simpson of Anglian Water earned a £1.3m pay package
* Welsh Water bosses awarded themselves bonuses of over £930,000
* Severn Trent bosses awarded themselves bonuses of £5.56m
* Thames Water's Sarah Bentley, received a £727,000 bonus on top of her £2m annual salary

Mike Oxsaw 3:39 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Capitol Man 11:49 Thu Aug 11

Still of the opinion that "small cock" is a weaponizable insult I see.

With a mindset stuck in a groove like that, little wonder NO OTHER reputable poster takes you seriously about whatever it is you try to pontificate.

What, in your own mind, in your own words, would a "fairer" taxation system look like?

I can't provide such a thesis as my definition of "fair" may well differ from yours (I get to keep ALL my money, for instance, but give ALL yours to the tax man).

Furnish your answer with examples from around the world, if possible.

BRANDED 3:33 Fri Aug 12
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Anyway. At least Corbs didnt get in and nationalise all these cunty companies.

Capitol Man 11:49 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Mike Oxsaw 7:57 Wed Aug 10
Re: How are your utility bills looking?

I’m not going to write a white paper for you small cock.

1) no it doesn’t. Uk is one of the most unequal societies on earth. The right taxation system can correct that

2) again, not going to write a white paper for you. It’s not hard to go look at examples.

3) it’s bollocks and fear mongering put out by monied interests. If companies want to go then fuck them. Other parts of Europe do just fine without them and have higher standards of living and better quality of life.

4) money spent on better collection will pay for itself in stopping the billions and billions of pounds not being collected/

5) yep. Not going to be won overnight - the system is tipped too much in the favour of those can afford these advisors. Simplifying the tax code to offer fewer loopholes to exploit will help.

One of the great victories of this age is convincing those, shall we be charitable and say in the middle, like you, that they should be complaining about those below the rather than above them.

Why do you think the newspapers are full of stories about benefit fraudsters and families getting some nice house and mobile phones rather than companies paying zero tax and the mega wealthy parking their cash in Jersey or the Caymen islands?

Queens Fish Bar 11:28 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
I predict a riot

Mike Oxsaw 7:05 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Still waiting for a practical solution from people anywhere on the political spectrum. I don't have one - which is why I'm waiting.

Maybe they're all prepared to suffer for the cause if any useful answer they came up with also helps the type of person they dislike intensely.

"We elected our politicians to deal with just this sort of thing" doesn't really offer anything going forward.

ray winstone 6:56 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
I see the right wing media are piling on Martin Lewis for being 'apocalyptic', how dare he voice his concerns about a government asleep at the wheel.....

JimmyT 10:34 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Breaking: Amazon rainforest recovers naturally. Despite mass deforestation, the natural wonder is actually increasing in size. So much so that loggers are having to increase their activity in order to regulate the forest’s growth.

only1billybonds 8:47 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Manuel.

Thats my attitude to a tee mate. If they are telling me a payment is due on the 12th of the month,I'll be fucked if the're getting my money any earlier.

Manuel 3:54 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Billy - I'm the same, always pay my bills on the last day. No one has ever paid me early.

Alfs 3:20 Thu Aug 11
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Supermarket petrol stations are charging up to 14p per litre more than they should be, according to the BBC.

Considering they're a lot cheaper than petrol stations on the highways, we're getting well ripped off.

This is going to end up in mass riots. I'd join in if my health was better, I could do with a new tele and a nice pair of trainers.

only1billybonds 11:35 Wed Aug 10
Re: How are your utility bills looking?
Zico.

The Green loons were fuming at the news of the Great Barrier Reef recovering much of its coral naturally. Rather than celebtate nature doing what it does they dismiss it by saying its all insignificant as this recovery is made up of the 'wrong' kind of coral.

Environmental success clearly dosnt suit the agenda.

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