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MP’s get discounted alcohol + £1 meals while on a hefty salary but they didn’t want to feed starving school children on the poverty line because their parents need to ‘budget better’. The privilege of the rich is beyond measure at this point and they are happy to see the poor die https://t.co/mNBKQjUa7y
Trump’s tax returns tell us that he's either a very bad businessman or a tax cheat—likely both. But more importantly, it shows how the wealthy, unlike most Americans, are able to avoid paying taxes. The top 1% is responsible for 70% of unpaid taxes. It's time to tax the rich.
Students were told they could go to Uni but are now being penalised for making that decision. Scottish Government guidance says they can go home if they have 'an excuse' eg a bereavement or for wellbeing. Shameful way to treat our young people https://t.co/jr8Hsh1x7F
Second homes are scandal, depriving local people of places to live, driving up prices, destroying community. It is massively under-reported in the media. Why? Because, in my experience, almost all the people in senior positions have one. https://t.co/0VMeb4rX7h
love how the govt think that young people become anti-capitalist because of teachers/the curriculum and not because we can't afford to buy a house, we're competing with 200 other people for a job at Tesco & we have increasing access to info that shows us what the rich actually do
Exclusive: The Times has obtained tax-return data for President Trump extending over more than two decades. It shows his finances under stress, beset by losses that he aggressively employs to avoid paying taxes and hundreds of millions in debt coming due. https://t.co/gstfYLEe5V
Oh. My. God Trump's total tax bill for 2016 was $750. Decades of losses. Millions & millions of $ of debt. The whole thing a house of cards. Amazing amazing work by @russbuettner @susannecraig & @mmcintire https://t.co/obiuev3roj
HAHAHA GREAT NEWS! It was announced that Rachel Riley and Tracy Ann-Oberman have withdrawn legal actions against Barrister Jane Heybroek, and agreed to cover legal costs after the tv star’s libel case fell apart. https://t.co/8WbMEaR7L5 https://t.co/AtNVx2jN7B