+If it is the case that Trump has used tax avoidance schemes to minimise his liabilities, I do hope that all those dumbos who vote for him in November also demand that his presidential salary is withheld. If Trump doesn’t believe in the benefits of taxation, then he shouldn’t receive any such benefits if he’s not willing to contribute. Indeed, he should be charged rent for his stay in the White House, use of Air Force One, etc., etc.
+It can only be a matter of degree what the difference is between the Department of Education issuing guidance to schools about not teaching ‘anti-capitalism’ and China’s security laws imposed on Hong Kong. The system reigns supreme and must not be challenged.
+Even some Tory backbenchers are getting a bit uneasy about this government’s authoritarian shift, with all the Ministerial dictats being handed down without parliamentary scrutiny (and how many more times do we have to witness Labour backing all the government’s incompetent measures?). At the same time as we are supposed to be tested for the virus, we’re also being told we could be fined £10,000 for not self-isolating after a positive test. I can see a rush of people wanting to get tested! And what if, as seems likely in many cases, your test produces a false positive? Does that mean you’ll get your money back?
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