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Old 23-01-2017, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Nth Kent Eagle View Post
A significant portion of local government taxes are paid for out of central government funding, lottery grants are paid for out of the national lottery and public sector wages in London are paid for out of national taxes - just like the other way round. So yes Stoke people have paid taxes to support London as the other way round. In any case I think Stoke people should be able to move to London and I think those in Ohio should be able to move to New York. That is a free market and free movement within a sovereign country so I'm not sure what you are talking about here.
Actually by 2020 all local government funding will be raised locally. So what you're saying isn't true. Including local government workers. So by your utter nonsense that paying tax should equate to rights, everyone should have to stay in their borough or county.

You are now going on to some vague stuff about sovereign countries. You originally suggested people moving around and large populations could affect wages and unemployment and rents. Where is the evidence for this in the USA or China?
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