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Whilst people may be surprised about the chancellor's proposed u-turn on scrapping the 10% tax band, and perhaps less surprised that the measures designed to assist those affected won't come into play until August's pre-budget, who'd have thought one could be so surprised about a cup of tea!

The winner of the caption competition is again Kevin Lawrence. Congratulations Kevin a bottle of Alsace White (Klipfel Pinot Blanc) is on its way to you.

After receiving his prize from last week Kevin said: "The Beaujolais arrived safely today thank you, I shall no doubt raise a glass to AccountingWEB.co.uk over the weekend!".

His winning entry this week was:

When he tasted the tea Alistair realised the canteen staff were among those affected by the loss of the 10% band

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By Anonymous
01st May 2008 11:50

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Cold, drab, inspid and frankly not very appealling; but enough about the Chancellor ,at least the tea is good!

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01st May 2008 10:31

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The Chancellor, under the impression that Lapsang Souchong is a religion, prays so as not to offend his hosts.

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28th Apr 2008 19:27

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U-turn? You always get a U with Ty.phoo!

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28th Apr 2008 17:28

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The Chancellor, having undergone a hand transplant, reveals that Jeremy Beadle was the secret donor.

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By Anonymous
28th Apr 2008 09:19

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Dispensing with the treasury model Alaistair decides that divining the economic future of the country was best done using tea leaves.....is there anybody there?

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By kevlaw
26th Apr 2008 09:04

surprise
The Chancellor was surprised to discover that he had, once again, missed out on the chocolate covered teacakes

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25th Apr 2008 18:15

No surprise
The Chancellor has nothing up his sleeve.

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 16:58

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Mistaking a Tea Urn for a U Turn the Chancellor believes that he has avoided one.

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By kevlaw
25th Apr 2008 16:07

pinocchio
Pinocchio thought the toy maker had said that it was his NOSE that would grow if he told a lie

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25th Apr 2008 15:57

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As a member of Gordon's A-Team, The misguided Chancellor pays homage to Mr T.

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 14:47

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"Iceberg? What iceberg?? Its just a 10% storm in a teacup!"

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By kevlaw
25th Apr 2008 14:33

shock
When he tasted the tea Alistair realised the canteen staff were among those affected by the loss of the 10% band

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By r3hep
25th Apr 2008 14:18

Cliched...
Before turning his hand to bigger issues Alistair Darling attempts to calm a storm in a teacup.

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25th Apr 2008 14:08

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Alistair finished lunch with Kevin from the Apprentice's latest pudding innovation...

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By squay
25th Apr 2008 14:01

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I know! What if I lose one percent of the lowest tax band for every finger I can see when I open my eyes!

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By kevlaw
25th Apr 2008 13:45

magic
Alistair is a picture of concentration as he demonstrates how he made the indexation table disappear

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By briggs
25th Apr 2008 13:41

I give up (perhaps he should have done so already !)
Alistair is convinced his Cup of Tea was Dick Turpin in a previous incarnation

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By kevlaw
25th Apr 2008 13:41

struggling with the logistics
Alistair wondered whether Gordon Brown had been entirely honest about the Chancellor initiation of drinking a cup of tea in the style of 'Brains' from Thunderbirds

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By briggs
25th Apr 2008 13:39

Practice makes perfect
Alistair practices his gestures ahead of the meeting with the rebel MP's

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 15:11

Miracle
I know I can turn tea into wine.............just need to wave my hands over the cup!!

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25th Apr 2008 14:28

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'But I can make a good cup of tea' exclaimed the Char Seller of the Exchequer.

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 12:02

Caption Competition Entry
Sorry, Alistair, but the impression just doesn’t work without the fez

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 11:59

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Calm down! I am sure we’ll be able to recover the stolen paintings.

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By Anonymous
25th Apr 2008 11:59

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Supporters were stunned to see no stigmata

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