Not worth the paper it’s written on.

So, CaMORON and GIDIOT Osborne are sending out statements to taxpayers from today, detailing how their taxes are being spent.

George Osborne David Cameron and George Osborne Visit Eastbourne Pier

So, they are using YOUR money to tell you how YOUR money has been spent.

They are using these letters to further disenfranchise benefit claimants by saying to taxpayers , look how much of your money is being spent on these scroungers/workshy/skivers (delete as applicable)

They are using a government department – HMRC, to send these letters out!!!


Using a government department, which over the last 4 years has been subjected to the most savage job cuts

Gidiot maintains that these letters are part of the governments initiative to be open and transparent…. HA HA HA ; there goes another rib… open and transparent? when this government do things for example, such as deny people the opportunity to make Freedom of Information requests regarding deaths of benefit claimants

If I receive such a letter, I shall be sending it straight back with a covering letter, requesting (amongst other things) the following information;

  • What is the cost of sending these letters out?
  • Why don’t the government tell me how my National Insurance is being utilised?
  • Do any of the amounts shown in these figures include amounts frittered away on privatisation costs instigated by this government?
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11 Responses to Not worth the paper it’s written on.

  1. stilloaks says:

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  6. Chris says:


    75 per cent of all taxes come from the stealth indirect taxes and VAT, we all pay, in or out of work, however long we live.

    Condoms and lubricants,
    maternity pads and breast maternity pads,
    sweets, cakes,
    hot take away food,
    coffee or tea in cafe,
    yoghurt, ice cream,
    60 per cent of petrol bill on your little moped,
    half your home energy bill in taxes and VAT,
    premium tax on your house or car insurance,
    bicycles lights,
    chocolate biscuits,
    delivery charges – post and packing,
    cold fruit juice,
    shelled nuts,
    prams and pushciars,
    potato crisps,
    electrical goods,
    Kindle e-books and apps music and online videos,
    CDS, DVDs,
    bottled water,
    calendars and diaries,
    kid’s car safet seats,
    taxi fares,
    fizzy pop drinks,
    20 per cent VAT on self storage units,
    20 per cent VAT online gaming
    et al ad nausem.


  7. Sasson Hann says:

    They shouldn’t be allowed to do this so close to an election!


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