Wednesday 15 March 2023

Beware The Ides of March and Budget Day


The day used to be enthusiastically celebrated among the common people of Rome with picnics, drinking, and revelry.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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  1. Why would someone like the snivelling irk Hunt (who looks like Kenneth Williams, without the humour or talent) take a 100k MP job when his net worth is £14 Million or thereabouts?

    Have a little think about that one.

    While you're at it, it maybe a good idea to have some physical cash in the House. I've got a feeling you're going to need it when it all goes down the toilet by the end of the week.

    1. I've had a little think about it and come up with two possible reasons:
      1) £100k is a very good salary; and
      2) he could have a commitment to the idea of public service.

    2. Hunt's smirk reminds me of the little HMRC weirdoes who enjoy bullying people.

      How apt that Hunt presides over the HMRC bullies.

  2. HMRC can't keep anything locked up . Never mind, I really hope there was no sensitive information on these devices. I'm sure there wasn't, none whatsoever.

    Do they have insurance to pay for the replacements or is Joe Public coughing up? Maybe someone can do a FOI request and find out.

    I think they need a trip to a PAC in the near future.

    They'll just 'apologise', as usual, nothing to see here move along.