Member Since: 7th Jan 2010
16th Sep 2016
WINDOW TAX INSTEAD OF ALL THIS.
EASY AND CHEAP.
JUST THE PROBLEM OF FINDING THOSE THAT CAN COUNT.
CALCULUS, ALGEBRA, READING OR WRITING UNECESSARY.
THEREFORE COST OF STATE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM SLASHED.
THINK ABOUT IT.
7th Apr 2016
Will Cameron and Osborne appoint enough extra funds for HM Tax collector to conduct his enquiries comprehensively????
Will the Editor of this distinguished site conduct a poll of subscribers?!!
2nd Apr 2016
Check out Donald Trump policies.
e is the first politician who has ed the phrase "we cannot afford it" in various contexts.
He is no buffoon unlike the British media are trying to make him. media
1st Apr 2016
MONEY AND STEEL.
IN THE WORDS OF DAVID NELLIST, IF THE BANKS HAVE IMPORTANT ENOUGH FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO BAIL OUT - WHY NOT THE BRITISH STEEL INDUSTRY.,
15th May 2015
12th Sep 2013
kpmg get paid hugely from political motivated commissions. nearly all the reports from 'in house' or government sponsored agencies including objectively motivated academic institutions, etc. have as good as condemned hs2. seeing the huge amounts of money involved etc., has the government even lightly considered the Californian proposals for 'hyperloop'. interestly, it was conceived in broad concept back in the mid 1800's and put into practical effect thereafter. Switzerland put much research into the concept in recent decades and was not thrown out as either unaffordable or impractical. a third of the cost to build and a third the cost of tickets.why has not the government not put a relatively small amount to support further research etc. after all, they put the u.k. up as the leader of innovation and research. and keep saying that mass transit is the priority for the future of the nation.further detail in believable and easily readable form can be found on Wikipedia via google.
10th Sep 2013
Coventry for example. yes there is some glimmers of increase in economic hope around Coventry at the moment even if skight. warwick university being the backbone. but hs2 will do this no good as the execs will from out of the area will not want to transfer from delux trains arriving in Birmingham onto more inferior trains and buses with two or three changes to backtrack to ansty park and other employment sites around Coventry. inclement weather at the change points will have an effect and these masters with their brief cases of inward investment funds will not want to get wet and cold standing on platforms and bus stations getting wet and cold. unless of course, the government is going to pay for fleets of stretch limos complete with caviar, chips and bubbly to transfer these people direct to Coventry.sounds a bit practical for many perhaps but c'est the real world.
7th Sep 2013
a clever lot these Russians - all they will to do is turn the tap off and.............
6th Sep 2013
do not worry, the vat will be a useful contribution to the cost of replacing the natural underground aquifers hs2 will be devastating. it will be a useful supplement towards the cost of the water being piped from Siberia. putin is playing this card close to his chest, that is assured. he is determined to increase his exports substantially.it seems very odd after the fiasco of not budgeting for vat in building the facilities for the Olympics the same mistake has occurred.if I have a doubt re vat, I just make a short call to the vat office!
2nd Sep 2013
conditions of relief.
land held in small private limited company. assessed at 2, 500 pounds. likely to come for development in short to medium term. 3 shareholders of ord shares. land transferred into company 1970's. company hardly trading last few years. the land holding is the core asset. is the first 100,000 pounds allowable. further comment appreciated. have been advised that best tax wise to transfer the land out of the company before any great increase in hope value, etc.