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    Iraq, Syria or Somalia?
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    The UK
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    The UK
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    The UK
    Agreed. And intergenerational inequality, especially for the millennial generation is going to be even worse.
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    Agreed. And intergenerational inequality, especially for the millennial generation is going to be even worse.
    I agree and as a libertarian we need to slash business tax to a max of 5% to create more jobs
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    I agree and as a libertarian we need to slash business tax to a max of 5% to create more jobs
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    (Original post by intelligent con)
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    A hermit kingdom like a capitalist xenophobic version North Korea .
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    A hermit kingdom like a capitalist xenophobic version North Korea .
    remember: this logic was why your guys lost 2016.
    unless you're joking? seems kind of like a parody of liberalism now?
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    I agree and as a libertarian we need to slash business tax to a max of 5% to create more jobs
    It won't create more jobs though. It will simply make us into a tax haven. The UK currently thrives because it can import the skills and talent it needs to be strong and grow. Given that immigration is such a hot topic at the moment, it is likely to be harder for businesses to invest in the high tech fields that require talent to folorish. The UK simply does not have enough home grown talent to be strong in the world.

    Just look at the CES tech show in the US right now. Was it a quarter or a third of the 4000 stands coming from China? Even France has a strong showing. The UK? Hardly any at all.
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    I agree and as a libertarian we need to slash business tax to a max of 5% to create more jobs
    It won't create more jobs though. It will simply make us into a tax haven. The UK currently thrives because it can import the skills and talent it needs to be strong and grow. Given that immigration is such a hot topic at the moment, it is likely to be harder for businesses to invest in the high tech fields that require talent to folorish. The UK simply does not have enough home grown talent to be strong in the world.

    Just look at the CES tech show in the US right now. Was it a quarter or a third of the 4000 stands coming from China? Even France has a strong showing. The UK? Hardly any at all.

    The future isn't in manufacturing widgets like we did in the 60's as some Brexiters seem to be suggesting. The future is high tech, high value.
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    If taxes are lower companies will move here it simple logic
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    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/artic...s-abolish-them
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    (Original post by intelligent con)
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    We are a much nearer fit to Australia, USA, New Zeland, Norway , Finland and Iceland socially but i agree with the poster who said the UK
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    (Original post by outwiththemods)
    We are a much nearer fit to Australia, USA, New Zeland, Norway , Finland and Iceland socially but i agree with the poster who said the UK
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    If taxes are lower companies will move here it simple logic
    Lowering corporation tax typically only creates head office jobs in London rather than benefiting the masses because no significant production is brought back.

    Abolishing business rates (a cost to doing business in the UK rather than a tax on profits) would be far more effective at spurring the creation of new business and spreading the benefits of lower taxation leading to job creation nationally.
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    I agree and as a libertarian we need to slash business tax to a max of 5% to create more jobs
    The business tax has little effect on job creations. Lowering other taxes and fees is more productive in this regards.
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    It'll become a utopian society.
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    I think you know the answer.
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    If Corbyn gets his way and we come out of the EU, out of NATO and disarm Trident we will end up resembling Switzerland.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    If Corbyn gets his way and we come out of the EU, out of NATO and disarm Trident we will end up resembling Switzerland.
    I wouldn't mind ending up like Switzerland to be honest and I'm far from a corbynista


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