Tuesday, 24 May 2022
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Clearly the new game show in twin.Ironic that the rumour of a tax on energy producers has reduced the value of those producers but more than any likely tax raise, this punishing many thousands of pensioners the tax is supposed to protect
1 month ago
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#309365
The largest 21 providers in the world have doubled 6 month profits to 45bn usd.

Off with the goolies
1 month ago
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#309366
The big energy companies are plainly taking the p***.

Get them taxed, along with with the multitude of multi-million and billionaires.

They should be helping the pensioners and less well off rather than central government/ordinary taxpayers.
1 month ago
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#309367
You’ve missed my point-deliberately
1 month ago
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#309368
The big energy companies are plainly taking the p***.

Get them taxed, along with with the multitude of multi-million and billionaires.

They should be helping the pensioners and less well off rather than central government/ordinary taxpayers.



Absolutely. Average rate of tax of US billionaires is 8%, lower than teachers and virtually every working man (and woman Reg).
It'll be the same here, that's why Osborne and Cameron left all the doors open for offshore trusts and companies
1 month ago
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#309369
I think you will find most loopholes have been closed in the UK-unless you claim to be non dom which I happen to think is a ridiculous rule in the 21st century.

As for the US, I can’t comment but I suspect your average Russian billionaire pays nearer zero
1 month ago
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#309371
So, what about the tax on everyone else in the fuel supply chain ?

Like every filling station that is making a killing and cheating on the 5p Government tax reduction.
1 month ago
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#309373
Yes-I read the margin on petrol at the pump has doubled since the cut to around 10p per litre
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