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PostSubject: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 10:33 am

That's a nice little pay rise our MP's are getting and should make up for the drop that they received from the fiddling of their expenses claims. At this time of great austerity when most of us are taking little or no pay rise or even worse, redundancy, it seems that the double standards preached in this country are not only limited to the greed of local Councillors.
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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 11:52 am

It does make me laugh how the Tories are boasting how good everything looks and how many new jobs are being created, yet when asked whether they think the average man in the street is feeling better off, they haven't got an answer.
When you consider how small the savings are in vital social investment areas[ austerity measures], compared to the whole budget, a clear 'one rule for us and another rule for the great unwashed' ,still applies with the Tories.
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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 11:59 am

Too bleddy right, Gob and Tring - look what else was published today:

Most people in poverty are working
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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 12:02 pm

Don't forget the libdems who are part of the coalition, and labour MPs probably also voted for the rise. Nice work if you can get it, they're all as bad as each other.
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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 12:28 pm

This time they didn't vote for it, it was the parliamentary watchdog that was conveniently conceived and set up by the mp's that were legitimately in most cases, illegal in many, but immoral in all, that were fiddling their expenses!

Apparently now, many MP's are up in arms and having a tantrum that they are being favored by their own creation, the parliamentary watchdog. Let's see how long it is before this one is quietly pushed to one side by the BBC and media and who, if any, of the MP's decline their convenient 'nice little earner!

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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 1:17 pm

My wife has just been rewarded with her first pay rise in seven years, the cost of this rise? Giving up a load of holiday and working an extra evening a week. Mad 
All in it together my arse.
If I were in power I would make a law that anybody that gets paid from the public purse has their wages capped at say £60k, times are hard, we all need to make sacrifices not just the disabled, the unemployed and anybody on the minimum wage. My next move would be to tax any and I mean any income made from utility companies at a rate of 65%, I would also tax any firm that is laying off staff to protect profits. We need jobs and they should all pay a living wage, why should we all subsidise the rich by paying a minimum wage that people can't live on then top it up through working families tax credit? Enough is enough.
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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 1:20 pm

Here's Danny Alexander looking really happy as he opens a Food Bank.

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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptySun Dec 08, 2013 2:08 pm

Sir Francis Drake wrote:
Here's Danny Alexander looking really happy as he opens a Food Bank.

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Pretentious tw@t. Makes me fekin sick. Pensioners dying, people starving, families struggling like hell to put food on their table, redundancies, factories shutting down left right and Chelsea, NHS staff (the workers, not the managerial, managers, mangers FFS) worked off their arses and these feckers set up a very, very convenient quango to force a pay rise down their throats - and then these bastards pretend not to want it and saddle up their moral horses and laugh like hyenas as they ride off into the sunset, FFS.

My wife hasn't had a NHS pay rise in 4 years, I have just had to take a 3k cut in my salary just to keep my job.

This country is run by complete piss-taking shysters.Mad Mad Mad Mad 

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PostSubject: Re: 11%   11% EmptyMon Dec 09, 2013 7:24 am

GOB wrote:
This time they didn't vote for it, it was the parliamentary watchdog that was conveniently conceived and set up by the mp's that were legitimately in most cases, illegal in many, but immoral in all, that were fiddling their expenses!

Apparently now, many MP's are up in arms and having a tantrum that they are being favored by their own creation, the parliamentary watchdog. Let's see how long it is before this one is quietly pushed to one side by the BBC and media and who, if any, of the MP's decline their convenient 'nice little earner!



The report also said that they couldn't refuse the rise.....oh dear life is tough.

I could name a few charities that they could transfer their rise into.....plus filling in the right tax recovery form as well.
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