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    (Original post by a729)
    I'm not totally sure what you mean by that comment.

    But NI and income tax are independent of one another

    Like how you and credible political input are independent of one another.
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    (Original post by consumed by stuff)
    Like how you and credible political input are independent of one another.
    That's an ad homimen attack that is greatly inaccurate!
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    This is so flawed.

    For a start the UK is not close to being socialist. On top of that, you've used the archaic right/left rather than even right-liberal/right-authoritarian and you've not explained whether your asking for our social or economic opinion.

    I am a right-liberal as are many people.
    In the 1970s it was!
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    (Original post by a729)
    That's an ad homimen attack that is greatly inaccurate!
    And the what you'll want to learn to do if your ever gonna be a politician.
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    (Original post by truffle_girl)
    "Can't get an office job"? I'm sorry, but that sounds like an excuse. Whilst it will be harder, there is no outright ban on people lacking qualifications or experience, stopping them from working in offices.

    And what do you class as an "office job"? What about call centres? They don't always require experience or qualifications, trust me (many have such high turnover, that they could never afford to be so picky); yet are obviously not physical jobs, at all.
    The job centre make him apply for every office job out there. But he doesn't even get interviews. There aren't any call centres, we live in a small rural town.
 
 
 
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