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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Chancellor George Osborne just returned from Narnia

George Osborne has cancelled his next month's planned 4p
rise in fuel duty in what he has billed his "Budget for growth" under
huge pressure from Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister. (Osborne
Knowing England would be in up roar if he did, said Sir Michael.

The Big Deal we think not” Only 1p will be cut from pump
prices immediately - all paid for by a £2bn tax on oil companies which will
still keep the price of a litre around £1.42 when this time last year it was
around £0.87p to £0.94 p a litre.

But he did not halt planned rises in alcohol and tobacco tax
- 4p on a pint of beer and 15p on a bottle of wine. (Hitting all thing things
of the poor workingmen and woman as normal)

The chancellor was forced to downgrade his growth forecasts
- prompting mockery from Sir Michael and Labour leader Ed Miliband.

"Every time he comes to this House growth is
downgraded," said Mr Miliband to cheers from Labour MPs. (Sir Michael said
I think Mr Miliband meant we he said house was in fact meaning Narnia?

Mr Osborne said he wanted his Budget to "put fuel into
the tank of the British economy" - and, in a flourish reminiscent of his
Labour predecessor Gordon Brown, waited until the end of his speech to unveil
the bigger than expected fuel duty cut.

He told MPs "the cost of filling up a family car such
as a Ford Focus has increased by £10" and he said he wanted to ease the
burden on hard-pressed families. (£10 pounds where has this half-wit being
living, try like more than £20? And giving us a 1p back is an insult said Sir
Michael the man’s not fit for job, Jobs for the old boy network once more?)


4p per litre fuel duty rise due in April postponed yes like
17.5% VAT Now 20%?

So when it does go up and it will look forward to £1.50 p litre
at the pumps? £7 pound a gallon???????

Additional 1p cut from fuel duty “Hhooooo” What a big deal
as if you’re giving us anything when in real fact there should be a 40p cut in
fuel to make any real differences to those on low incomes

Fuel duty escalator scrapped only until the British find
some else to screw us over with?

£2bn tax rise on oil firms to pay for fuel changes and who
are the oil firms of to make this rise us the car, truck and bike users

Air Passenger Duty rise delayed by one year?

As you normal, alcohol and tobacco duty rises will go ahead

Further £600 increase in personal tax allowance from April
2012 so not much given back?

Financial help for 10,000 first-times better off buyers to
get on property ladder well only those that can afford to buy, when 90% of the
country cannot? (Not Only 10.000 because there is only about that many that can
afford buy a home?

Plans to merge tax and National Insurance so they can rip
you off even more

Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister and
some Labour MP’s pointed out that January's VAT rise had already added 3p to
the price of a litre of petrol this year, plus garages had put prices up nearly
double to last year around £1.43/44p per litre.

Osborne a delusional half-wit who’s own pay packet is over £500,000
set out a series of measures to boost enterprise - including a further cut to
corporation tax, which will go down by 2% rather than 1% in April rubbish
nothing he has done ids going to pull England out of the mess the British have
and have always made of things.

He also more than doubled the number of planned Enterprise
Zones - from 10 to 21 - to bring discounted business rates to some of the most
deprived parts of England.

But the chancellor’s hands were tied by last year's spending
review and his post-election Budget, which locks Britain into spending cuts to
tackle its record budget deficit.

And he had to balance any giveaways with tax raising
measures - including a crackdown on tax avoidance - in what aides were calling
a "steady-as-she-goes" package another load of rubbish balances well
stop all foreign aid like the £235 million to India that would be a start to lesion
the burden on England tax payers??

Osborne  now Mystic –Meg
also revealed that he now expected British economy to grow at a slower rate
than previously expected this year with the Office for Budgetary Responsibility
cutting its growth forecast for 2011 from 2.1% to 1.7%. Which anyone could have
expected by this half-wit and the British government.

The chancellor said he would not increase tax on wine and
beer above what was already announced by the previous Labour government -
adding 4p to a pint of beer, 15p to a bottle of wine and 54p to spirits.

Cigarette smokers saw a jump of up to 50p on a packet of 20
from 1800 GMT as the chancellor stuck to Labour's previously announced plans to
raise tobacco duty by 2% above inflation.

The  Mystic vision the
chancellor outlined is a simpler, fairer tax system and private sector job
creation in the regions, instead of what he dubbed a 'debt-fuelled economy'”
the biggest load of all tat to come out of his lying mouth, but he is British
so one can’t expect any different

The buyer would have to put up 5% of the cost, while the
government and home builder would both put up 10%, in a move aimed at boosting
the construction industry. (How many of you have 5% of £250,000 on average)

A scheme to help out-of-work homeowners with mortgage
arrears, introduced by the previous government, will also be extended.

There will also be sweeping changes to the planning system -
to make it more difficult for local people to block "sustainable
development" and easier for builders to convert commercial property into

During his speech, which lasted just under an hour, he said
Britain's record budget deficit was not shrinking faster than expected, as some
had predicted.

"The size of the task of repairing Britain's finances
is unchanged," said Mr Osborne.

He also sent a signal to right-wing critics in his own party
who have been calling for the 50p top tax rate to be scrapped, saying it would
"do lasting damage to our economy if it were to become permanent".

Labour leader Ed Miliband mocked Mr Osborne's claim to have
delivered a Budget for growth, saying the government's cuts were damaging the
economic recovery.

He said: "One fact says it all and he couldn't bring
himself to say it: Growth down last year, this year and next year.

"It's the same old Tories - it's hurting but it isn't

The Institute for Fiscal Studies calculates that measures
due to come into place in April 2011 will be equivalent to a loss of £200 per
household on average. However, that figure rises to £480 per household if the
January rise in VAT is included.

At the same time as Mr Osborne made his statement to the
House of Commons, the Treasury published its long-awaited "strategy for

TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber welcomed some of Mr
Osborne's measures - such as a boost for apprenticeship and the fuel duty cut -
but said that; overall, it had been a "no-change Budget".

"Today's measures do nothing to end the basic error of
imposing deep, rapid and unfair spending cuts on an economy where unemployment
is rising and growth faltering," he said.

The Budget was welcomed by most business groups, who said it
would create jobs - but there was anger from oil and gas producers, who claimed
the tax hike on their product would damage a vital UK sector.

Malcolm Webb, chief executive of trade body Oil and Gas UK,
said: "This change in the tax regime will decrease investment, increase
imports and drive UK jobs to other areas of the world."

And Scottish finance minister, the SNP's John Swinney,
accused the chancellor of using North Sea oil revenues to fuel his Budget,
while giving Scotland "far too little in return".

Plaid Cymru said there was little in Mr Osborne's budget to
help ease the "destructive effect" on Wales of the spending cuts
announced last year.

God save us from the half-witted British, time for an English
Government to put things right in England and time for the British to go with
their tails between their legs

Nothing Osborne has done, really helps the poor or those on
real low incomes what-so- ever, and those on disability benefits are going to
be hit even harder, with many losing their cars because of the cost a fuel
which is their only means of having some sort of normal life getting out and

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