Tories could cut a fifth of staff at department that chases tax dodgers, union warns

Tories could cut a fifth of staff at department that chases tax dodgers, union warns

17:09, 18 May 2015
By Dan Bloom

The FDA union claims HMRC will lose up to 15,000 of its 64,000 staff – despite having to find an extra £5bn by cracking down on tax avoidance

Axe: HMRC could face huge job cuts – but George Osborne wants staff to tackle tax avoidance

Tory cuts could axe more than a fifth of staff at the department in charge of chasing tax dodgers, a union has warned.

It’s claimed HM Revenue and Customs will lose out as new waves of cuts spread across Whitehall, ditching up to 100,000 jobs.

That’s despite HMRC being in charge of a new tax avoidance crackdown that George Osborne claims will net Britain £5bn.

Dave Penman, general secretary of the FDA civil service union, says HMRC will suffer because other departments like education, health and foreign aid are better-protected.

And it won’t be able to track down tax dodgers without investing in expensive experts, he warned.

He told Mirror Online: “Tax avoidance is just one part of HMRC but it’s a critical one.

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Street Democracy writes:

Our Tory ‘principles of the age’ are depraved, filled with unclean wisdom, a biased favouritism and a total cataclysm of our social and political democracy.

The lobbyist’s who paid millions into the Tory ‘general election’ piggy bank, want they’re financial payback.

Their reward is to be able to continue dodging tax payments by the millions and with less staff hounding their complicated private economic system, fraudulent tax dodging can commence unchallenged.

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Corporate wealth has replaced our voting system for money as these millionaires run our centralised power.

Favouring themselves, legalizing money trafficking and biased principles favouring corporatisation hierarchy enshrined into biased rich favouring law is now so obvious they may as well just admit it.

With a fanatical commitment, venal economic elite, with their banded powers of corporate principles have rigged Tory policies to favour themselves.get-attachment-405-587x402

Our government is enmeshed with a culture of privilege, power, wealth and entitlements and with blind obedience the Tory puppet MP’s are too willingly obliging.

It is so obvious.

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They’re not cutting staff surrounding the ‘Bedroom Tax’, to chase rent arrears from the poorest.

Another grotesque pantheon completely devoid of moral fibre corporate elites financial manoeuvres work our governmental system like a playing a fiddle.

Our democracy serves the corporate oligarchs.

Our democracy favours concentrated wealth and our system is most radically anti-democratic.

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.

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We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

new Monday 18th May 2015 at 10:07 By David Icke

‘David Cameron’s former chief strategist has launched a stinging attack on the ‘insular ruling class’ threatening Britain’s democracy.

Steve Hilton said too many of those at the heart of government go to the same dinner parties and send their children to the same schools.

He said the UK’s political system is now in ‘crisis’ because the same type of people stay in charge whatever the outcome of the elections.

In what will be seen as a criticism of the ‘chumocracy’ of his former boss, Mr Hilton warned: ‘Our democracies are increasingly captured by a ruling class that seeks to perpetuate its privileges.
‘Regardless of who’s in office, the same people are in power.’

Read more: We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

Why Choose Anarchy?

new Monday 18th May 2015 at 09:37 By David Icke

‘Anarchris explains why he chooses Anarchy (no rulers) over the force of Government. Hint: Because he doesn’t agree with mass murder.’

Tina Rothery – ‘Evidence Of Electoral Fraud Is Being Ignored By The Corporate media’

Tina Rothery – ‘Evidence Of Electoral Fraud Is Being Ignored By The Corporate media’

Cameron faces Tory backbench rebellion over plans to scrap the Human Rights Act

The Tories are behaving like fiends from a damned toxic ring, frantically mad on removing our human rights to unleash total police state domination in one spontaneous explosion of hideous horror.
 
To legalise oppression, a police state society of a crushing dynamic force of control will shatter home towns, our family lives and our dignity not spared.
 
Our lives under a ‘gulag’ mentality, miserable, laborious and hard under a ‘Tory Fourth Reich’ of gut wrenching death dealing policies that is no longer conspiracy and never was.
 
Bit by bit they have taken our rights away under the illusion of their saintly facade. This is a manufactured dehumanisation programme and the death of civic virtue.
 
We must be convulsed in immeasurable anger and indescribable frustration at the wilful arrogance of these elite rulers of concentrated wealth insistent upon out right supremacy over us.
 
They are imposing a mild form of dictatorship with a hidden agenda of a ceaseless expansion, a brutal interval into our standard of living will be changed forever.
 
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy

Cameron faces Tory backbench rebellion over plans to scrap the Human Rights Act

new Thursday 14th May 2015 at 08:58 By David Icke

‘David Cameron is facing diplomatic isolation and his first backbench rebellion over plans to scrap the Human Rights Act and exempt the Government from implementing unfavourable European Court of Human Rights rulings.

Mr Cameron has made the abolition of Labour’s 1998 legislation a key part of his 100-day policy offensive and the measure is expected to be included in the Queen’s Speech later this month.

But the Prime Minister is already facing a revolt from a growing number of his backbenchers over the proposals with a former aide to the new Justice Secretary Michael Gove warning that they have less than a 5 per cent chance of being implemented.’

Read more: Cameron faces Tory backbench rebellion over plans to scrap the Human Rights Act

New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

Street Democracy writes:

They financially massacre the poorest families.

Our ruling elists grotesque political pantheon devoid of moral fibre concoct ‘evil in print’ but evil at an intense level of sophistication so the sleepy public focused only on surviving miss it.

Our ruling elites have crucified the working poor with long arduous hours within a temporary labour market, filled with positions of back breaking gruel for minimum pay. 

We have witnessed the dishonouring of disabled people struggling to survive on a day to day basis become expelled and marginalised from mainstream society if they need to use the Welfare State for any reason like recieving benefits. 

The Tory ‘spirit of the age’ has been to expel those from main stream society if they suffer from poverty and don’t for what ever reason contribute to a working week and tax paying completely. 

The list is endless, especially obliterating our Welfare State by deliberate under funding, the starvation of money to weaken the system and kill our NHS, necessary for the poor.

In the meantime they will accept the rules they made in the first place of recieving yet another pay rise.

We had this the last time they entered government and now its clear it is systematic.

Our leasders display a vampiric imposition of central governance, draining public wealth away from us and ploughing it into the hands of the concentrated wealthy.

The Tory government are ‘trespassing authors’ of toxic principles and are the agents of provocatuers to spur the public into a legitimate rage within a police state society.

DARE WE PROTEST!

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.

new Wednesday 13th May 2015 at 09:51 By David Icke

‘MPs who were only elected last week are set to receive a backdated an 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months.

Parliament’s expenses watchdog is planning to a statutory review of MP’s pay in the next few weeks, which will report in the Autumn.

The review is likely to rubber stamp a finding from 2013 that MPs’ pay should increase from £67,060 to £74,000 a year.

The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority said the pay rise would be backdated to last Friday May 8 – the day after the general election.’

Read more: New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

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David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

Street Democracy writes:

Have we the people of Britain, lost control of influencing their government here in the UK?

Does the financial manoeuvres working within our government, our political ‘centralised’ infrastructure, making government a mere fanciable legalised banking system for the wealthy to further their financial interests?

Our government houses political parties with commercial interests, engaged in a plethora of corporate structures and a financial framework enmeshed with corporate oligarchs influencing agendas for them and not for us.

The MP’s seemingly favour the concentrated wealth and all profits are institutionally organised as our democracy is warped to serve corporate elites.

Is it a ‘democracy’ for those above and police state society and controlled ‘totalitarianism’ for us below?

We see a ‘criminalisation’ of the public deemed ‘domestic terrorists’ unless you overtly prove you’re not.

The ‘criminalisation’ of the protester, the unemployed, homeless people and all those unable to contribute towards a working week and paying taxes.

The corrupt capitalist system that has crudely penetrated our political arenas is being seen by the awakening public and this stems fear into the oligarchs.

Their answer is simple.

The uniformed unsuspecting public have swallowed terrorism and the corporate media overwhelmingly repeats how terrorists have human rights.

They inform us the public, how they can’t protect society (with their manufactured planted made up terrorist plots) unless we remove their human rights.

What they fail to say is ‘we’ll all loose our human rights!’

Perfect!

So we have seen staged false flags, killing innocent lives, a tragic response they receive and rightly so.

Then they let the terrorist off because of human rights issues.They know the response they will get.

Our government officials are a lot of things, but stupid isn’t one of them.

This will get the public to denounce their rights and the public will be powerless to ever defend themselves again.

A perfect sophisticated propaganda machine to spew such tactics of divide and conquer, ‘you’re either a terrorist or your not’ works.

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy

David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

new Wednesday 13th May 2015 at 09:14 By David Icke

‘A counter-terrorism bill including plans for extremism disruption orders designed to restrict those trying to radicalise young people is to be included in the Queen’s speech, David Cameron will tell the national security council on Wednesday.

The orders, the product of an extremism task force set up by the prime minister, were proposed during the last parliament in March, but were largely vetoed by the Liberal Democrats on the grounds of free speech. They were subsequently revived in the Conservative manifesto.

The measures would give the police powers to apply to the high court for an order to limit the “harmful activities” of an extremist individual. The definition of harmful is to include a risk of public disorder, a risk of harassment, alarm or distress or creating a “threat to the functioning of democracy”.’

Read more: David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

Protesters and police face off at Downing Street gates as hundreds rally against new Tory government

Protesters and police face off at Downing Street gates as hundreds rally against new Tory government

Sunday 10th May 2015 at 09:11 By David Icke

‘Hundreds of protesters took to the streets to express their anger about the new Tory government.

The anti-Conservative protesters, some holding placards reading “I pledge to resist” and “Stop the cuts”, took part in the rally organised just a day into the new Parlimament.

It is believed to have started outside Conservative headquarters, where just over 24 hours ago Mr Cameron gave a speech to party activists about their unexpected win.

Much of the protest was peaceful, with many attending calling for the introduction of proportional representation after the election results on Friday.’

Read more: Protesters and police face off at Downing Street gates as hundreds rally against new Tory government

Don’t give in: an angry population is hard to govern; a depressed population is easy

The political cursed ambition is easy when mainstream media manipulate and propagandise to our atomised society compiling of individuals and their tv sets! Corporate heads sit together and orchestrate their ‘monetary values, death-dealing policies’ above the pyramid of control and organise our landscape for us.
Our political timetable was fixed from the corporate ‘Rothschild’ think tanks, directing their bullying and furious expedition as a game of chess, to weaken the opposition that they control anyway and leave only one looking strong party available, the Tories.
Game, set and match!
These money worshipping, money hoarders, diseased wealth collectors own government by corporate private interests and politicians serve only the corporate empiriam and not us the people.
We are the sacrifice societies, loosing our planet to giant corporate plantation systems across her sacred lands, and loosing our economic livelihoods to the same ruling masters.
We may have a militarised society, Big Brother and deep individual surveillance, but we’re not the ‘micro chip’ people yet. We still can control our minds.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
Click here for more or scroll down: Don’t give in: an angry population is hard to govern; a depressed population is easynew Sunday 10th May 2015 at 11:17 By David Icke

‘Don’t let the bastards get you down – choose action over despondency when coming to terms with the general election result.’

‘Hours after the Conservatives were re-elected, the government looked at cutting access to work schemes for the disabled. You’d think they’d at least have the decency to bring some flowers before shafting the vulnerable, but no. Not these guys. Not today. Today is not yesterday. Today, David Cameron does not just have the political will to slash welfare and widen the wealth gap: he has a mandate.

I have spent much of the past 48 hours lying in bed staring at the ceiling, reading despairing, four-letter posts on social media and trying to work out how on earth this happened, as if anyone with half a brain doesn’t know. The political elites closed ranks and capitulated to a politics of fear, first in Scotland, and then across the nation.

The muddled, equivocating voice of what was once the party of the left could not compete with the merciless message of austerity telling us we got what’s coming to us. We know what that is. More cuts to public services. More inequality. More lies. More of the old Cameron doctrine with no pratting about pretending we’re all in it together. The same great taste, now with zero liberals.’

Read more: Don’t give in: an angry population is hard to govern; a depressed population is easy

I told you voting was a waste of time: Russell Brand unrepentant as Labour celebrity luvvies lament humiliating night

I told you voting was a waste of time: Russell Brand unrepentant as Labour celebrity luvvies lament humiliating night

newSaturday 9th May 2015 at 10:16 By David Icke

‘After abandoning his long-held belief that voting is a ‘waste of time’ last week, comedian Russell Brand became one of Labour’s most outspoken supporters.
Joining a gaggle of left-leaning celebrities, he urged fans to back Ed Miliband in an enthusiastic U-turn citing Conservative ‘meanness’ as an evil threatening the country.
But less than 24 hours after the Labour leader conceded a humiliating defeat in an emotionally-charged speech, the comedian reversed his position to one of cynicism.
For after telling followers on Thursday that they can ‘change whatever we want,’ Brand today confessed to having been ‘caught up’ in the excitement of the campaign, adding he now believed (again) that ‘you cannot change the outcome of an election’.’
Read more: I told you voting was a waste of time: Russell Brand unrepentant as Labour celebrity luvvies lament humiliating night

I was sexually abused at Establishment paedophile parties

I was sexually abused at Establishment paedophile parties: Victim of 1970s Dolphin Square ring tells of being forced to perform sex acts as senior Tories celebrated Thatcher victory

Street Democracy writes: 
The sexual ‘privatised empire’ of politicians ‘torture camp’ for raping children is still allowed to breath and existence!

Westminster is so closely linked to ‘rape camps’ in the vicinity (and MP’s prove they are not then!) and no one is under house arrest! 
This is a national outcry, a national disgrace of national importance or am I the only one that thinks that? 
We need to witness police squads confiscating laptops. Televising arrests to prove something is being done. 
These political predator’s are defiled trespassing monsters to children and are being given time to breath, exercise their freedom without fear is an insult, an outrage and moral depravities of our modern times.
What good is the ‘law’ if it is selective to certain members of society! Do MP’s sit above it then?

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy

newWednesday 6th May 2015 at 10:03 By David Icke

‘A victim of the alleged Dolphin Square sex ring claims he witnessed boys as young as eight being forced to perform horrifying sex acts by military figures and politicians.
The man, named only as David, said he was threatened and coerced into having paid sex with a group of influential men during a three month stay in London in 1975, while he was just 20, and while high on drink and drugs.
He claims that he was paid for sex at VIP parties with Conservative politicians and people in the business, legal and military world.’
Read more: I was sexually abused at Establishment paedophile parties: Victim of 1970s Dolphin Square ring tells of being forced to perform sex acts as senior Tories celebrated Thatcher victory

Revealed: Authorities warned of child sex abuse in Rotherham 12 YEARS AGO but did nothing ‘because police priorities were burglary and car crime’

Tuesday 5th May 2015 at 09:58 By David Icke

‘Police and council officials in Rotherham were warned that gangs of men were grooming children for sex as long ago as 2003 but failed to act, it emerged today.
South Yorkshire Police and Rotherham Council were given a list of suspects along with a report that linked drug-dealing and ‘significant’ child abuse in the Yorkshire town.
The warnings were repeated in another report three years later, but no action was taken against the gangs trafficking children.
The expert who produced both reports – which were released for the first time today – says police told her such crimes were ‘awful’ but the force’s priorities were burglary and car crime.’
Read more: Revealed: Authorities warned of child sex abuse in Rotherham 12 YEARS AGO but did nothing ‘because police priorities were burglary and car crime’