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wombat Posted 14th May 2016, 12:24am
 
QUOTE (wombat @ 22nd Apr 2016, 11:03pm) *
hey M8 aussie PM recently laugh.gif


this fecher has been mentioned in dem papers yes.gif knew he was a dud from day one

click on it
zascot Posted 23rd Apr 2016, 02:42pm
  Maybe Obhama can also solve Camerons tax problem while he is assisting with Europe.
wombat Posted 22nd Apr 2016, 11:03pm
 
QUOTE (Talisman @ 22nd Apr 2016, 01:28am) *
Apparently Lord (over us) Cameron will not be investigated byparliamentary committees addressing the offshore accounts settlements.
It is obvious that when you make the laws you are entitled to break the laws.

In Australia 80 persons named (not politicians ) are high level career criminals. They are most likely to be allowed to keep their tax free profits as they were not actually produced through work or legitimate commerce. This begs the question, if tax evasion is a crime will the 800 or so Australians mentioned in the Panama papers be brought to justice???? NO NO NOT EVER!

"Tax evasion. The legitimate rackets".
Alphonso Capone. Colourful American Identity


hey M8 aussie PM recently laugh.gif
Talisman Posted 22nd Apr 2016, 12:28am
  Apparently Lord (over us) Cameron will not be investigated byparliamentary committees addressing the offshore accounts settlements.
It is obvious that when you make the laws you are entitled to break the laws.

In Australia 80 persons named (not politicians ) are high level career criminals. They are most likely to be allowed to keep their tax free profits as they were not actually produced through work or legitimate commerce. This begs the question, if tax evasion is a crime will the 800 or so Australians mentioned in the Panama papers be brought to justice???? NO NO NOT EVER!

"Tax evasion. The legitimate rackets".
Alphonso Capone. Colourful American Identity
Melody Posted 21st Apr 2016, 11:47am
  Aye Betsy a nice bunch of folk eh?
Betsy2009 Posted 21st Apr 2016, 08:57am
  They are getting richer and yet ...

''Whitehall officials secretly plotted to charge disabled people for the right to appeal cruel benefit decisions, the Mirror can reveal today.

An internal Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) paper seen by the Mirror shows the Government also considered stopping people’s benefits altogether pending the outcome of an appeal.


Other plans drawn up by the DWP included slashing appeal times from 12 months to just three, and narrowing the scope of appeal tribunals so that fewer are successful.

The proposals are laid bare in a secret DWP document drawn up last year titled ‘Appeals Strategy – post-election planning 2015’.

The document appears to have been a response to the huge number of adverse benefit decisions which are overturned on appeal.

The DWP tried to stop the report being made public - but bungling officials failed to properly redact its contents.

Labour’s shadow work and pensions secretary Owen Smith said: “This secret document shows the inner workings of a department that seems determined to make life harder for disabled people and low-wage working families.''

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/secre...ocid=spartandhp
Melody Posted 21st Apr 2016, 08:03am
  Love that Wombat. laugh.gif Ain't that the truth.
wombat Posted 20th Apr 2016, 10:51pm
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TALISMAN Posted 18th Apr 2016, 10:51pm
 
QUOTE (Betsy2009 @ 11th Apr 2016, 09:17am) *
''Shamefaced David Cameron faces a public grilling over his personal tax affairs amid questions about a second secret stash of shares worth 72,000.

The under-fire Prime Minister will make a humiliating statement to Parliament after his tax returns showed he secretly sold off another huge tranche of shares in 2010 alongside the 31,000 stake in his dad’s offshore fund.

Downing Street is refusing to say which other investment funds or private firms the PM held a stake in - and if any more of them were based in dodgy tax havens.''

He did say yesterday that the country, English Britain was about wealth creation and it was understandable that people were entitled to all means of preserving their wealth providing it did not breach his laws.

He is of course entitled as are all his class to the fruits of his mother's (Maggie) conquest of the workers of that English British haven of class ridden aristocrats who now see the class war as having been conclusively won.
ktv Posted 11th Apr 2016, 10:17am
 
QUOTE (Betsy2009 @ 11th Apr 2016, 10:17am) *
''Shamefaced David Cameron faces a public grilling over his personal tax affairs amid questions about a second secret stash of shares worth 72,000.

The under-fire Prime Minister will make a humiliating statement to Parliament after his tax returns showed he secretly sold off another huge tranche of shares in 2010 alongside the 31,000 stake in his dad’s offshore fund.

Downing Street is refusing to say which other investment funds or private firms the PM held a stake in - and if any more of them were based in dodgy tax havens.''


i wonder if anyone will have the gumption to ask him where the 7million thats unaccounted for from his dads assets went when he died.
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