Haven’t We Bin Here Before?

Gordon says he is listening. He is listening to the people of Britain. What has he heard? Cut stealth taxes? Restore the great pension grab which wrecked Britain’s pension system? Abandon the wasteful ID Cards plan? Drop 42-days detention without trial? No.

He is going to drop plans for local bin taxes. Was that really what the people of Britain wanted most? Hold on a second, who had the rubbish idea for bin taxes in the first place?

It is hardly a major tax break – the cost was expected to be £50 per annum. Hang on another second, he has already said he wasn’t going to go ahead with bin taxes last October! What a con! He has already U-turned on this…

Hat-tip: Sam Coates


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