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    Was poll tax really that bad?

    Council tax isn't that favorable ,surely?

    It's a bit of a postcode lottery- some people living down the road and in a different borough could be paying much less!

    Surely a poll tax based on income would be fairer?
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    Ok!
    I swear to god I hate these bots, how the **** are alevels, gcses and university/IB students relevant to poll tax?
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    I swear to god I hate these bots, how the **** are alevels, gcses and university/IB students relevant to poll tax?
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