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Inequality


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5 hours ago, Gnasher said:

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I heard a whisper that the above is the look AngryOfTuebrook wears when he rocks up to his union meetings. Its no wonder half the country is on strike.

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5 hours ago, Gnasher said:

 

He was on the BBC  politics live once. Brilliant. Needless to say they haven't invited him back  

The only thing that he didn't mention,but maybe it's less relevant in London? Is that the houses being built are 95% privately owned and do not cater for the rent to reside in the majority of the country can just about afford. Everything else he is spot on about.

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Just now, Section_31 said:

Asda's advice to its staff. Buy and sell second hand clothes and get showered at the gym. Headquartered in Jersey now isn't it? Nothing to see here.

 

 

 

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Yeah it's those Brothers from Blackburn who own Euro Garages too, pair of tax dodging shits.

 

Hooray, Asda is back in British hands eh?

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11 hours ago, Creator Supreme said:

Yeah it's those Brothers from Blackburn who own Euro Garages too, pair of tax dodging shits.

 

Hooray, Asda is back in British hands eh?

They were only able to buy it because a credit or investment company owns the other 50% or so. I think that company will eventually own it all personally as those brothers seem no better than err...used car salesmen!

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12 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Asda's advice to its staff. Buy and sell second hand clothes and get showered at the gym. Headquartered in Jersey now isn't it? Nothing to see here.

 

 

 

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Nothing like full-time workers also needing benefits. It's almost like the keep pay low knowing the government will give workers a few pennies more so you don't have to. 

 

No spend days, yeah them days when poor people have no fucking money left so can't spend. 

 

 

Cunts

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2 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

 

 

Nothing like full-time workers also needing benefits. It's almost like the keep pay low knowing the government will give workers a few pennies more so you don't have to. 

 

No spend days, yeah them days when poor people have no fucking money left so can't spend. 

 

 

Cunts

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These cunts obviously have no idea how hard it is to get benefits,likely never having to do it themselves,or how people would love not to have to spend all the time except cunting supermarkets make it necessary to do so.

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Asda, which the Issa brothers co-own along with London-based private equity firm TDR Capital, has been facing scrutiny over accusations that it's unfairly inflating food and gas prices amid a persistant cost-of-living crisis in Britain.

 

Mind you tesco are probably worse for that. Record profits while the price of food goes up. 

 

 

Paid 55ml in tax in 5 years prior to 2020 on 37.5 million of revenue but they didn't move businesses to Jersey to avoid tax. 

 

Amazing how these types and non dogs etc are clever and avoiding tax while the normal guy is illegally evaded tax and gets 10 years for it

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26 minutes ago, Anubis said:

I'd take those heartless bastards who've done that to her to the cleaners.

 

Bastards. And to think some wankers said that the events in I, Daniel Blake were nothing like real life.

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Me ma had a breakdown about 10 years ago because the DWP said she'd been overpaid 16k and had to pay it back. Then about three months later they fessed up and said it was their fault and she didn't have to. Damage was done by then though, she still jumps when she hears the postman.

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6 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Me ma had a breakdown about 10 years ago because the DWP said she'd been overpaid 16k and had to pay it back. Then about three months later they fessed up and said it was their fault and she didn't have to. Damage was done by then though, she still jumps when she hears the postman.

Sympathies with your mam mate, the DWP are disgraceful shits.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Oh no, the talent!!!

 

Haidar said two non-dom friends had already left the UK, less than two months after the chancellor announced in his spring budget the abolition of the regime from April 2025. He said the men, who run hedge funds, had left for Dubai and Switzerland.

 

 

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