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- Tony Rowan-Wicks 29th Jul - 9:29am
Before business owners complain, I support enterprise but not the devious measures used, for example, to hide profits and avoid taxes. Good businesses use open...
- Tony Rowan-Wicks 29th Jul - 9:22am
Thanks Will, let's campaign for significant representation of a team's supporters on the board of each club. Vince Cable was moving to do this with...
- Pete Dollimore 29th Jul - 9:17am
Well said Paul, I am glad you've posted this and started the debate,. I hope you won't mind if I add two related things which...
- Mick Taylor 29th Jul - 9:15am
What amazes me about this entire thread is how utterly irrelevant it is to our current fight-back. We will get the Labour leader they choose....
- RC 29th Jul - 8:58am
Also, try telling non-graduates that they should pay extra tax to pay for half of the population to go to university. I think you'll find...
- RC 29th Jul - 8:53am
@ Laurence Cox "I would favour a return to the traditional funding model; an increase of 5% in the higher rate of income tax, or...