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The Untouchables

by  Monkles 13 August 2013

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Dear Sajid Javid MP

Economic Secretary, HM Treasury

Thank you for your letter. I'd like to help you out

You say Labour have said that they want to spend 50 billion without saying how they would raise the money.

Obviously they could do this by taxing the Filthy Rich who would not even notice if they did so.

Because you are so reluctant to tax the Filthy Rich, to put it mildly,  you will not be able to reduce the tax burden of “working families” which you say is your objective.

This movie should help you understand just how easy it could be to balance the books, if you had the will to do so.

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As a proportion of their wealth, the richest 1% pay less tax than any of us and “working families” pay a great deal more.

 

Dear Leslie

Ed Miliband has spent the last three years telling us to abandon our plans to rescue the economy. He claimed the only answer was more borrowing.

But because we took action to cut borrowing, the deficit is down by a third, private sector employment is at an all-time high and now the economy is moving out of intensive care and into recovery.

Labour’s argument has been proved wrong – and yet they’re still clinging to the same old Labour policy of more borrowing.

This year alone, they’ve announced policies that would cost 50 billion without saying how they would pay for them.

That’s 2,960 more debt for every working family in this country – and it would lead to soaring mortgage rates.

We can’t let them do that to hardworking families – so donate 10 today to help us win the next election.

While Labour remain stuck in the past, we are focussed on the future – ensuring that all hardworking people benefit from the recovery.

That means fixing the tax and benefits system to reward hard work. It means cutting income tax for 25 million people, capping benefits and helping homebuyers with our Help to Buy scheme.

Please help us continue this vital work by donating 10 today.

Sajid Javid MP

Economic Secretary, HM Treasury