Thinking For The Individual

Formerly known as 'Thinking For The People', this site offers some reflections on the state of British society and her people from the perspective of a libertarian Conservative with a passionate belief in the pillars of freedom and responsibility.

Thursday, March 31, 2005

The Pickpocket Chancellor

For the first time in over a decade, average household incomes have fallen in the last year after tax and benefits. As economic growth has continued reasonably well in the last few years, it is very easy to propose that this decline is a direct result of the huge taxes crushing hard-working people imposed by the socialist Chancellor of the Ex-Chequer, whom many people hope will be the natural successor to Tony Blair.

Considering that economic experts have identified a black hole in the nation’s finances, we can be sure that taxes will have to go up once again after the election. The high-taxing, high-spending Labour Chancellor should be held to account for the systematic daylight robbery of our income that he is responsible for.

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