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The Rich Asked To Give Up Their Bus Passes etc.


Bing.alau
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I wonder if the bloke who thought up that wheeze is going to give up his travel expenses as well? I haven't got a link to it but it has been on the news a couple of times.

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Chronos the 2nd

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It was the Sunday Times, but I am confused by your post as I am sure mine referred to the expenses enjoyed by our elected and non-elected politician's, some of whom are extremely wealthy, yet milk or rather claim for anything and everything and had little or rather nothing to do with tax avoidance/evasion.

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Chronos the 2nd

I was talking in general about who is in a position to talk about setting a good example. I certainly wouldn't say the Sunday Times holds any moral high ground.

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