May 11th, 2013

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  1. 1
    A native of Androidia says:

    Oh goody.

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    hangbliarafterafairtrial says:

    The mobile site works a treat, but the iOs one doesn’t, for some reason.

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  3. 3
    Red Ruth says:

    ‘Antonio Banderas’ translates into Tony Flag

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  4. 4
    George Osborne says:

    Someone is going to make a film here. That will solve the economy’s problems.

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      Phil Space says:

      Didn’t George and Dodgy Dave hint they would be offering a look at their tax arrangements after they dished up their millionaire’s windfall in that ‘gift for the rich’ budget a bit back… ?

      Is it me , or have they seemed a little tardy ?
      indeed , some may say reluctant.

      A cynic may even wonder if altering tax arrangements either takes longer than was assumed it might , or proven to be so unprofitable people thought better of rash offers made in defensive haste.

      Why is it George’s involvement conjures up instant thoughts of fluffy little snowjobs..

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        Bernie the bolt says:

        The Cayman Islands. They effectively went bust during the crash and turned up cap in hand asking the last Labour govt’ for £200 million, Labour said ok if you reform your tax laws, an offer they declined.

        As soon as the Tories got in they were back asking for the £200 million again, sure said the Tories here you go, no strings attached in fact have a bit more.

        Guess where Phillip Hammond has oodles of cash in his wife’s name?

        Anyone thinking this govt’ will do anything but put on a show probably needs medicating.

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          Gripemeister says:

          Something tells me that the Aristocratic Osbourne and Cameron just do not have their hearts in this propagandist political exercise.

          I don’t think anyone can persuade me, that they will seriously endeavour to dent the ‘gift’ that keeps on giving (tax evasion). I’m surprised nay shocked, there isn’t an argument that it makes this country a magnet for the rich from across the world.

          This exercise is rather like Cameron’s little jaunts with huskies or Big Society, it is all hot air filled with no intent.

          You just have to look at the promise of increased bank regulation, the nearest we got to that, was Osborne pleading the case in the EU, for the exorbitant bank rolling of banking executives.

          Are we now to believe the poacher has turned gamekeeper?

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          • TheNetworkGuy says:

            Why oh why do I find this so hard to believe?

            Is it coz Cameron’s family made their fat wedge from off-shore tax-avoiding shenanigans? And the obsequious, enfeebled and depleted Osborne crew clung on to their miserable advantages by their fraying coat-hails? A pox upon them all, I say!

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    Anonymous says:

    Looks like the MPs and there 1000’s of minions are making good use of those iPADS then.

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    one of the 3.11% of merseyside says... says:

    Where’s guido…so far up his own arse he cant see anything..

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