Category: Policy ideas

Make British Tax Rules Simple Again – Post Brexit Policies

I distinctly recall that since at least prior to the 2010 General Election, experts were calling for the UK’s Tax Rule Book to be simplified. There was definitely an article on the Daily Mail Website in September 2011 saying we

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Conservatives Launch Post-Brexit Election Policy Study Thingy

Theresa May: Today I am launching a Conservative Policy Commission, which will go out and engage with people throughout the UK to develop new policies that can improve the lives of people in our country. pic.twitter.com/vnWxhUSbU1 — CCHQ Press Office

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Planning for Brexit

Yes, well I’ve just (when I first drafted this blog post in March) seen this excellent piece of forward planning *sarcasm*…… Government Refuses to Plan for #Brexit Despite Poll Lead https://t.co/5pzynhpOlN via @BreitbartNews — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) March 1, 2016 So,

Pain in the arse travel tax on Argentina & Spain

Earlier on I noticed in the news that the Argies + the Spanish were at it again giving us s**t over the Falklands & Gibraltar with their total bollocks claims again. FALKLANDS ROW: Fury as United Nations bureaucrats rule islands

Some of the stuff that ConservativeChitChat Supports (UK Edition)

1) Brexit… Leaving the EU holds the key to being able to do alot of the stuff that many of the stuff I support likely depends on, like keeping proper tabs on immigration. 2) Flat Taxes… they’ve been yapping for

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If you want to improve education, why d’ya want to teach them about ****ing Russell Brand?

Something else I mean’t to blog about for a while, and only just not gotten around to it: Post by Politics UK. If you want to improve A-Levels + education in general, why do you want them being taught about

Europe said our unemployment benefit is crap – what to do about it?

Back at the end of January, there was news that Europe says we must DOUBLE the amount Britain pays out to the unemployed. The news story kinda got the amount wrong (no longer £67 a week, but actually £70.71 a

Told you so: When discussing replacing the Human Rights Act with Sanity, be careful how you phrase it

I seem to remember in the not too distant past mentioning below an article on ConservativeHome or somewhere that we needed to be careful how we phrase it when discussing replacing the Human Rights act with something that has a

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An idea for cutting excessive UK spending on Foreign Aid

I had an idea recently (that I forgot to put down until just now with this blog shortly after reading something else) about placing limits on amounts spent on foreign aid….. think it was something along the lines of taking

Forum spam

This remains a problem that drives webmasters like myself nuts, plenty (but not quite enough) is done about e-mail spammers… but the general opinion is that Law Enforcement & Web Companies don’t give a flying toss about Forum Spam. Any

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