From: Legend-11 on 11 Aug 2010 21:53
On 11/08/2010 02:42, Justin Thyme wrote:
> "So here are my suggestions for the next round of questions to be tabled
> in Parliament:
> * Why isn�t the Prime Minister giving as much attention to the UK tax
> gap as he is to benefit fraud when it is clear that the gains to be made
> in terms of fraud prevented, resources lost and the law upheld are much
> greater from tackling the tax gap?
> * The Prime Minister has declared it unacceptable that a blind eye be
> turned to benefit fraud costing the government �5.2 billion a year and
> yet tax fraud in the form of tax evasion costs in the estimate of HM
> Revenue & Customs more than �30 billion a year and in the estimate of
> others �70 billion a year. Why is it acceptable to him and his ministers
> that a blind eye be turned to this bigger issue whilst he focuses our
> attention on the smaller one?"
> Basically because Cameron is an immoral piece of dog shite.
It's true...tax evasion does cost the state FAR more than the 1% benefit
fraud, but this government is only interested in popularity contests -
and clamping down on the "scroungers" is music to the ears of your
garden variety, Daily Mail reading, politically ignorant Tory voter.
Forget about Ronaldo.
Your Carlos Tevez too.
'Cos we've got a player who's United through and through.
He just might tw*t your groundsman, and bomb down your wing,
He's French, he's fast, he's f*cking CLASS, so hear United sing:
Tra la laa, it's Patrice Evra, tra la laa laa laa laa laa...