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Old 23-01-2017, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by cockneyrebel View Post
Firstly I don't think how much tax you pay should have any kind of impact on your rights. It's totally out of order. People under 18, people who can't work because of disabilities or sickness, those who haven't been able to find work. It would mean, in your book, they shouldn't have rights.

And as I've pointed out all local government funding by 2020 will be raised locally. So by your strange way of stating who has right to move around or not, we would all be told to stay in our local borough or county.
Agree, it should never just be about taxes and people who make other contributions to society should also be recognized e.g. work in the community, volunteering and campaigning for the rights around disability. Many under 18 will pay taxes by the way such as VAT.
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