I want the BFG9000 then, or the chainsaw..
Ok i'll go retro with the SSG
* 50.35 pence per litre for ultra-low sulphur unleaded petrol/diesel
* 53.65 pence per litre for conventional unleaded petrol
* 56.94 pence per litre for conventional diesel
* 30.35 pence per litre for bio-diesel and bio ethanol - low tax to encourage consumer conversion
* 16.49 pence per kg for gas other than natural gas (LPG)
* 13.70 pence per kg for natural gas used as road fuel.
* 9.69 pence per litre for rebated gas oil (red diesel)
* 9.29 pence per litre for rebated fuel oil
and then you add your vat on as well so the goverment dont cae about rising fuel cost and the thing is we pay for it as all good get transported.
2 and 4 i agree with
3 The availability of cheap credit. Borrowing is simply out of control. This is true but if it was not cheap we would not be able to afford houses cars etc etc but then the goverment gets there bit of that people borrow because they cant afford to buy direct.
strike is a good thing I am a unison steward and the facts are scary people dont want to strike but sometimes it is the only way a goverment will listen and one thing someone said to me is labour wanted uniouns and supported them then they came to power and now they are not so keen on them.
just one more thing to add mps can claim enormus amounts of money for the 2 homes and MPS have voted to keep controversial second home allowances which allow them to claim up to £24,000 of taxpayers' cash for household goods and improvements each year. so hold on that £14400000 for the whole lot and they get others see here http://www.politics.co.uk/issue-brie...es-$366586.htm
Why cant they lose some and pass it on to in the form of a payrise.
sorry this is a bit late on i just needed to get it out my system.
Last edited by alonebfg; 11th July 2008 at 12:48 AM.
Your pride in standing on your own two feet (pardon any unintended insult here) is working against you. If you claim what you deserve are you going to pack in your job and spend every lunchtime in the pub 'wasting' taxpayers money, or are you going to carry on working (and paying taxes) and contribute usefully to society?
It is not so much the disabled benifits as I know it is very hard to get some of these but some of the others one example is parents that try to get there children statmented as it means more money and if the push it hard enough they get some to (when all they need is some boundrys some love care and attenction) and people who play the system claiming jobseeker and other benifits when they should get off there ass and do some work. This is a sore suject for me as I live in a diprived area but it would not be diprived if people worked and sorted themselves out.
You missed off the "It's all doom" bit, if you're going to quote me at least include it all
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