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Eddie legge

Rich taken care of the Rich

Dear Thomas,

In six weeks David Cameron’s Government will give 13,000 people earning over £1 million an average tax cut of £100,000.

With the economy flatlining, wages frozen and millions unemployed, this is David Cameron’s vision for our recovery: tax cuts for the richest at the top, while those in the middle are squeezed and workers face a race to the bottom on wages.

A fair tax system is a central part of building a successful, One Nation, economy.

That is why I’m forcing a vote in Parliament on introducing a mansion tax on properties worth over £2m – click here to do your bit in this campaign


I have a different vision from David Cameron. I believe that we can only build prosperity when everyone plays their part in building our economy.  Our recovery will be built by the many, not just a few at the top – so everyone does their bit, and everyone pays their fair share.

Labour’s mansion tax – on houses worth over £2 million – would fund the re-introduction of a 10p tax rate for people on low and middle incomes, putting Labour where it should always have been: on the side of working people.

Recently the Conservatives wrote to their millionaire donors solemnly promising they would not let anyone tax their mansions – that tells you everything you need to know about David Cameron’s priorities.
kdwent

Re: Rich taken care of the Rich

Eddie legge wrote:
Dear Thomas,

Labour’s mansion tax – on houses worth over £2 million – would fund the re-introduction of a 10p tax rate for people on low and middle incomes, putting Labour where it should always have been: on the side of working people.




Blimey The Labour party was not on the side of the working people. That was a surprise.  

  Twisted Evil
martyn142

Re: Rich taken care of the Rich

kdwent wrote:
Eddie legge wrote:
Dear Thomas,

Labour’s mansion tax – on houses worth over £2 million – would fund the re-introduction of a 10p tax rate for people on low and middle incomes, putting Labour where it should always have been: on the side of working people.




Blimey The Labour party was not on the side of the working people. That was a surprise.  

  Twisted Evil

Laughing
Ian

'putting Labour where it should always have been: on the side of working people.'

Labour purporting to support socialist principles ,now that will be a turn up for the books.If it actually ever happens of course. Smile

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