Bolton council tax dodgers owe £10.6 million

CASH: Council tax dodgers in Bolton owe £10.6 million in unpaid bills.

CASH: Council tax dodgers in Bolton owe £10.6 million in unpaid bills.

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COUNCIL tax dodgers in Bolton owe £10.6 million in unpaid bills, new figures show.

Each year, town-hall bosses need £94.7 million in council tax to keep the town running.

But tens of thousands of people have failed to pay since 1999 and the council is chasing £10.6 million — enough to build six primary schools.

The figures — obtained by The Bolton News using the Freedom of Information Act — also show the council collected 96.4 per cent of council tax due in 2012/13.

However they currently have bailiffs working on recovering a total of £2 million from 7,036 people who fell behind with payments in that year.

Since then, the payment rate has fallen and Tory critics blame the council’s ruling Labour group. Currently, £3.8 million of council tax from 2013/14 remains unpaid, which represents a collection rate of 95.8 per cent, compared with the 97 per cent national average.

Bolton was the only one of 10 Greater Manchester authorities to raise council tax this year.

Bolton Conservatives leader Cllr David Greenhalgh said: “Other councils realised the importance of giving help to families, but Bolton decided to put it up.

“It is no surprise that people are finding it tough and that collection of council tax is now harder.”

The council’s regeneration representative Cllr Ebrahim Adia said: “We had cut £100 million from our budget.

“There are many vulnerable people who rely on council services.You have to strike some kind of balance in terms of trying to maintain services in the context of significant reductions to the council budget.”

Cllr Adia denied there was a link between the drop in collection rates and the rise in the tax.

A Bolton Council spokesman said the reduction in the amount of council tax collected was due to the economic climate and changes to the welfare system.

He added: “We are continuing to collect these arrears and we encourage people to make arrangements for payment, but if this is not done we will take people to court if reminders are ignored.

“After this, if they do not pay we can apply for attachments of earnings, deductions from benefits, or send cases to the council’s bailiffs for collection.”

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6:21am Thu 28 Aug 14

breightmet kid says...

Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time?

Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told.

Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors?
Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time? Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told. Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors? breightmet kid
  • Score: 51

7:00am Thu 28 Aug 14

Delyth says...

so this says it all! Bolton council could build 6 schools with £10.6 million but chooses to waste £6.5 million on an exclusive restaurant in the Albert Halls.
so this says it all! Bolton council could build 6 schools with £10.6 million but chooses to waste £6.5 million on an exclusive restaurant in the Albert Halls. Delyth
  • Score: 56

7:54am Thu 28 Aug 14

JustBecause says...

breightmet kid wrote:
Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time?

Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told.

Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors?
They didn't need to because they paid, do keep up.
[quote][p][bold]breightmet kid[/bold] wrote: Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time? Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told. Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors?[/p][/quote]They didn't need to because they paid, do keep up. JustBecause
  • Score: -20

8:23am Thu 28 Aug 14

Chrome1 says...

I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional.
I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional. Chrome1
  • Score: 15

8:27am Thu 28 Aug 14

bwfc0210 says...

breightmet kid wrote:
Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time? Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told. Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors?
They paid before any order could be granted by the Courts, it's been in the paper and on here often enough!
Any chance we can let this topic stay on track and deal with the current non-payers?
I pay my mine (as do many others) and as usual, the Council will be blamed for those that don't. Trying to sort the wilful won't pay from the can't pay is very difficult. Also, add to the fact that there are probably less staff trying to collect the arrears and arrears will build up.
[quote][p][bold]breightmet kid[/bold] wrote: Did Bolton Council apply Deduction from Benefits, Attachment of Earnings orders, or send in the bailiffs to the two Councillors who dodnt pay on time? Under the Freedom of Information Act these details should be available and we, the readers and Council Tax payers, should be told. Or is it one law for Councillors and one for the rest of us. What recovery action was taken against the defaulting Councillors?[/p][/quote]They paid before any order could be granted by the Courts, it's been in the paper and on here often enough! Any chance we can let this topic stay on track and deal with the current non-payers? I pay my mine (as do many others) and as usual, the Council will be blamed for those that don't. Trying to sort the wilful won't pay from the can't pay is very difficult. Also, add to the fact that there are probably less staff trying to collect the arrears and arrears will build up. bwfc0210
  • Score: 5

8:35am Thu 28 Aug 14

biglad44 says...

Typical we pay for those who don't The working man always pays for them who can't be bothered.
Typical we pay for those who don't The working man always pays for them who can't be bothered. biglad44
  • Score: 16

8:39am Thu 28 Aug 14

Gore Seer says...

All This Is Nonsense, I Was In Theory Owing Bolton Council £321, It Was Nonsense But I Had Seven Days To Pay It Or Bailiffs, I Paid It And Four Weeks Later Got It Back, When They Make Adjustments For Next Year Payers Will Pay Towards The Money Owing Have Fun.
All This Is Nonsense, I Was In Theory Owing Bolton Council £321, It Was Nonsense But I Had Seven Days To Pay It Or Bailiffs, I Paid It And Four Weeks Later Got It Back, When They Make Adjustments For Next Year Payers Will Pay Towards The Money Owing Have Fun. Gore Seer
  • Score: -11

8:46am Thu 28 Aug 14

piszoff says...

looks like this branch of the council is up to it's job. Mind you I got a £70.00 court cost on my bill one year, which I had paid in full. Rang the office to be told the summons must have been lost in the post, but I have paid it? More or less sure lying to the courts is a no no. Should have took that bit to a solicitor. My sister had a similar thing money out of her account and not getting paid off the right account. Need a whole new approach, imagine a private company being run top this standard.
looks like this branch of the council is up to it's job. Mind you I got a £70.00 court cost on my bill one year, which I had paid in full. Rang the office to be told the summons must have been lost in the post, but I have paid it? More or less sure lying to the courts is a no no. Should have took that bit to a solicitor. My sister had a similar thing money out of her account and not getting paid off the right account. Need a whole new approach, imagine a private company being run top this standard. piszoff
  • Score: -3

8:58am Thu 28 Aug 14

Wolfie190 says...

What can you do to a single woman on benefits with a load of benefits kids absolutely nothing. If you're on benefits and terrorize your neighbours for 5 years then finally burn your council home or rented home down there is still absolutely nothing they can do but give you another free home they cant make you live in a tent and no point sending the bailiffs in as the 50" plasma will be on HP.
What can you do to a single woman on benefits with a load of benefits kids absolutely nothing. If you're on benefits and terrorize your neighbours for 5 years then finally burn your council home or rented home down there is still absolutely nothing they can do but give you another free home they cant make you live in a tent and no point sending the bailiffs in as the 50" plasma will be on HP. Wolfie190
  • Score: 7

9:11am Thu 28 Aug 14

philipwalduck says...

I received several warning letters from the Council Tax department where they stated that I owed the grand total of £8! No breakdown of what payment had been credited against my bill or anything. Payment was demanded within 7 days or I would need to pay the full amount of the bill within seven days or would face a Liability Order. I immediately emailed the Department only to receive a response saying that they aimer to respond within 14 day. I finally received a response from them in regard to my query 19 days later. Last year they obtained a Liability Order when I had overpaid!
I received several warning letters from the Council Tax department where they stated that I owed the grand total of £8! No breakdown of what payment had been credited against my bill or anything. Payment was demanded within 7 days or I would need to pay the full amount of the bill within seven days or would face a Liability Order. I immediately emailed the Department only to receive a response saying that they aimer to respond within 14 day. I finally received a response from them in regard to my query 19 days later. Last year they obtained a Liability Order when I had overpaid! philipwalduck
  • Score: 3

9:13am Thu 28 Aug 14

pstuart says...

How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'? pstuart
  • Score: 6

9:50am Thu 28 Aug 14

Terry McC says...

pstuart wrote:
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
Two-thirds of households in England affected by the bedroom tax have fallen into rent arrears since the policy was introduced in April, while one in seven families have received eviction risk letters and face losing their homes, a survey claims.

The National Housing Federation (NHF) said its survey demonstrated that the bedroom tax was "heaping misery and hardship" on already struggling families who were unable to pay their rent but unable to find anywhere cheaper to live because of a shortage of smaller homes.

The NHF survey is one of three separate reports published on Wednesday which collectively criticise the design and implementation of the bedroom tax and highlight the negative impact it has had on the lives of many of the 522,000 people in the UK who are subject to it. i would love to see for myself @ pstuart but they will never say
[quote][p][bold]pstuart[/bold] wrote: How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?[/p][/quote]Two-thirds of households in England affected by the bedroom tax have fallen into rent arrears since the policy was introduced in April, while one in seven families have received eviction risk letters and face losing their homes, a survey claims. The National Housing Federation (NHF) said its survey demonstrated that the bedroom tax was "heaping misery and hardship" on already struggling families who were unable to pay their rent but unable to find anywhere cheaper to live because of a shortage of smaller homes. The NHF survey is one of three separate reports published on Wednesday which collectively criticise the design and implementation of the bedroom tax and highlight the negative impact it has had on the lives of many of the 522,000 people in the UK who are subject to it. i would love to see for myself @ pstuart but they will never say Terry McC
  • Score: 4

10:47am Thu 28 Aug 14

steveG says...

Council tax needs to be reduced with immediate effect,it is totally unsustainable whilst it remains far too expensive for a large proportion of the population and serves only to perpetuate ridiculously high salaries and perks in the public sector.
Council tax needs to be reduced with immediate effect,it is totally unsustainable whilst it remains far too expensive for a large proportion of the population and serves only to perpetuate ridiculously high salaries and perks in the public sector. steveG
  • Score: 1

11:39am Thu 28 Aug 14

WHATAMESSS.66 says...

Chrome1 wrote:
I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional.
he's that clever CHROME he couldnt hit WATER,, if he threw himself out ov a "BOAT".
[quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional.[/p][/quote][COLLOQUIALLISMS] he's that clever CHROME he couldnt hit WATER,, if he threw himself out ov a "BOAT". WHATAMESSS.66
  • Score: 10

11:39am Thu 28 Aug 14

WHATAMESSS.66 says...

Chrome1 wrote:
I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional.
he's that clever CHROME he couldnt hit WATER,, if he threw himself out ov a "BOAT".
[quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: I think the BN needs to sharpen its language. It uses colloquialisms too frequently. Dodgy, dodgers etc. Not professional.[/p][/quote][COLLOQUIALLISMS] he's that clever CHROME he couldnt hit WATER,, if he threw himself out ov a "BOAT". WHATAMESSS.66
  • Score: 5

11:41am Thu 28 Aug 14

Hong Kong Fui says...

What happened to the Council Tax increase? Is there any truth in the suggestion that every single extra penny raised went into supporting the failing Council Pension Fund?
What happened to the Council Tax increase? Is there any truth in the suggestion that every single extra penny raised went into supporting the failing Council Pension Fund? Hong Kong Fui
  • Score: 3

11:56am Thu 28 Aug 14

ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE says...

There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax,
I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration.
I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough. ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE
  • Score: 23

12:54pm Thu 28 Aug 14

artistpaint says...

Theres one law for the ones in power and those with money.and another one for the poor and vulnerable.its all scewed so the poor stay poor.
Theres one law for the ones in power and those with money.and another one for the poor and vulnerable.its all scewed so the poor stay poor. artistpaint
  • Score: 1

1:05pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Lancashire always says...

ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE wrote:
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
Nice name !
Dont you think though that giving up is giving in ? I will fight quite legally unlike the other bullies to be heard on these issues. We need to stand together all tax payers and demand a say in where our money goes because you are correct it is getting to be a joke. The comedy documentaries dont help showing all the scroungers i have stopped watching them as i got so upset. The hospitals are trying to do something about time wasters because i have to go regularly and i have seen a remarked drop in those waiting with sniffles! And the new rulings should soon be showing results but at the end of the day why didnt we follow Australia and France`s lead and say no ! our government is too soft Conscription might help those whoever they are ` you wouldnt see them for dust believe me!
[quote][p][bold]ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE[/bold] wrote: There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.[/p][/quote]Nice name ! Dont you think though that giving up is giving in ? I will fight quite legally unlike the other bullies to be heard on these issues. We need to stand together all tax payers and demand a say in where our money goes because you are correct it is getting to be a joke. The comedy documentaries dont help showing all the scroungers i have stopped watching them as i got so upset. The hospitals are trying to do something about time wasters because i have to go regularly and i have seen a remarked drop in those waiting with sniffles! And the new rulings should soon be showing results but at the end of the day why didnt we follow Australia and France`s lead and say no ! our government is too soft Conscription might help those whoever they are ` you wouldnt see them for dust believe me! Lancashire always
  • Score: 2

1:40pm Thu 28 Aug 14

WHATAMESSS.66 says...

Do our imigrant scroungers, or asyIum seekers pay council tax, I dont no. Does anyone no? I no im going off the track slighty but the healthclub I go to they get it £ Free.
Do our imigrant scroungers, or asyIum seekers pay council tax, I dont no. Does anyone no? I no im going off the track slighty but the healthclub I go to they get it £ Free. WHATAMESSS.66
  • Score: 5

1:52pm Thu 28 Aug 14

manchester1 says...

PAYUP YOU GITS!!!!!
PAYUP YOU GITS!!!!! manchester1
  • Score: 8

5:49pm Thu 28 Aug 14

albertmodley says...

pstuart wrote:
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
None.There is no such thing
[quote][p][bold]pstuart[/bold] wrote: How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?[/p][/quote]None.There is no such thing albertmodley
  • Score: -5

8:12pm Thu 28 Aug 14

united99 says...

ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE wrote:
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax,
I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration.
I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it...
Blimey some people take life to seriously
[quote][p][bold]ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE[/bold] wrote: There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.[/p][/quote]It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it... Blimey some people take life to seriously united99
  • Score: -4

9:33pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Frotage says...

albertmodley wrote:
pstuart wrote:
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
None.There is no such thing
The under occupation charge applies to the housing benefit claimants receive towards their rent. It does not affect the amount of council tax benefit they receive. So therefore non of the shortfall in unpaid Council tax is because of so called 'bedroom tax'. ( this doesn't actually exist but is a name created by the left wing press. )
[quote][p][bold]albertmodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pstuart[/bold] wrote: How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?[/p][/quote]None.There is no such thing[/p][/quote]The under occupation charge applies to the housing benefit claimants receive towards their rent. It does not affect the amount of council tax benefit they receive. So therefore non of the shortfall in unpaid Council tax is because of so called 'bedroom tax'. ( this doesn't actually exist but is a name created by the left wing press. ) Frotage
  • Score: 3

9:57pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Citizen Cane says...

ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE wrote:
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax,
I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration.
I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
Have you thought about joining ISIS? They threaten to bring beheadings to the UK which may solve some of the concerns you raise?

In other news, Bolton councillors set the tone by resisting payment of council tax as long as possible and responsible council tax payers stop paying when they realise that the term "vulnerable person" means that great army of benefit bingers (probably 80% of claimants these days) who do a lot of moaning whilst making zero contribution. Have you noticed, for example, how the grass gets cut in social housing areas but rarely in places that the bulk of council tax payers actually live?
[quote][p][bold]ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE[/bold] wrote: There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.[/p][/quote]Have you thought about joining ISIS? They threaten to bring beheadings to the UK which may solve some of the concerns you raise? In other news, Bolton councillors set the tone by resisting payment of council tax as long as possible and responsible council tax payers stop paying when they realise that the term "vulnerable person" means that great army of benefit bingers (probably 80% of claimants these days) who do a lot of moaning whilst making zero contribution. Have you noticed, for example, how the grass gets cut in social housing areas but rarely in places that the bulk of council tax payers actually live? Citizen Cane
  • Score: 3

9:59pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Citizen Cane says...

albertmodley wrote:
pstuart wrote:
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
None.There is no such thing
Correct - the bedroom "tax" is a benefits deduction for anti-social claimants who hog space that should be allocated to fast breeding claimants who have twigged that a gravy train exists for those who bring up children at the taxpayers expense.
[quote][p][bold]albertmodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pstuart[/bold] wrote: How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?[/p][/quote]None.There is no such thing[/p][/quote]Correct - the bedroom "tax" is a benefits deduction for anti-social claimants who hog space that should be allocated to fast breeding claimants who have twigged that a gravy train exists for those who bring up children at the taxpayers expense. Citizen Cane
  • Score: 0

10:03pm Thu 28 Aug 14

albertmodley says...

Frotage wrote:
albertmodley wrote:
pstuart wrote:
How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?
None.There is no such thing
The under occupation charge applies to the housing benefit claimants receive towards their rent. It does not affect the amount of council tax benefit they receive. So therefore non of the shortfall in unpaid Council tax is because of so called 'bedroom tax'. ( this doesn't actually exist but is a name created by the left wing press. )
You mean the Socialist Welfare and Scroungers Party Supporters?
[quote][p][bold]Frotage[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albertmodley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pstuart[/bold] wrote: How much of this shortfall has been caused by the 'bedroom tax'?[/p][/quote]None.There is no such thing[/p][/quote]The under occupation charge applies to the housing benefit claimants receive towards their rent. It does not affect the amount of council tax benefit they receive. So therefore non of the shortfall in unpaid Council tax is because of so called 'bedroom tax'. ( this doesn't actually exist but is a name created by the left wing press. )[/p][/quote]You mean the Socialist Welfare and Scroungers Party Supporters? albertmodley
  • Score: -1

10:43pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Ebola Bertie says...

united99 wrote:
ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE wrote:
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax,
I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration.
I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it...
Blimey some people take life to seriously
It's obvious why you think it's heaven here ! you came from a shathole !
Anywhere to you would be...
[quote][p][bold]united99[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE[/bold] wrote: There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.[/p][/quote]It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it... Blimey some people take life to seriously[/p][/quote]It's obvious why you think it's heaven here ! you came from a shathole ! Anywhere to you would be... Ebola Bertie
  • Score: 2

10:57pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Citizen Cane says...

Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land.

Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it?

It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash.

Glory be to our multicultural society.
Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land. Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it? It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash. Glory be to our multicultural society. Citizen Cane
  • Score: 7

11:35pm Thu 28 Aug 14

united99 says...

Ebola Bertie wrote:
united99 wrote:
ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE wrote:
There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax,
I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration.
I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.
It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it...
Blimey some people take life to seriously
It's obvious why you think it's heaven here ! you came from a shathole !
Anywhere to you would be...
Just get your self treated first mate - that will be good enough for me...
We already have a big problem with our nhs...
Come back when you've been given the all clear...
[quote][p][bold]Ebola Bertie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]united99[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ALLAH'S-ALEHOUSE[/bold] wrote: There is a big difference between those that cannot pay and those that refuse, same with the bedroom tax, I'm on the verge of suicide (seriously) with this country, what a disgrace it is in, people losing their homes, immigration, bankers, corrupt politicians fiddling expenses, the nhs being abused by foreigners, too many mosques, our indigenous kids having to miss out on school places because of too much immigration. I'll be glad when my life ends, I've had enough.[/p][/quote]It doesn't have to be like that - it's not that bad is it... Blimey some people take life to seriously[/p][/quote]It's obvious why you think it's heaven here ! you came from a shathole ! Anywhere to you would be...[/p][/quote]Just get your self treated first mate - that will be good enough for me... We already have a big problem with our nhs... Come back when you've been given the all clear... united99
  • Score: 0

12:01am Fri 29 Aug 14

tinypet says...

Hmmmm enough to build 6 primary schools :0/ does anybody remember all the schools they closed down, brainless idiots
Hmmmm enough to build 6 primary schools :0/ does anybody remember all the schools they closed down, brainless idiots tinypet
  • Score: 3

4:01pm Fri 29 Aug 14

WHATAMESSS.66 says...

Citizen Cane wrote:
Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land.

Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it?

It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash.

Glory be to our multicultural society.
100 PER CENT CORRECT CK.
[quote][p][bold]Citizen Cane[/bold] wrote: Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land. Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it? It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash. Glory be to our multicultural society.[/p][/quote]100 PER CENT CORRECT CK. WHATAMESSS.66
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4:01pm Fri 29 Aug 14

WHATAMESSS.66 says...

Citizen Cane wrote:
Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land.

Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it?

It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash.

Glory be to our multicultural society.
100 PER CENT CORRECT CK.
[quote][p][bold]Citizen Cane[/bold] wrote: Allahs Alehouse will be delighted to learn that net migration to the UK INCREASED to 243,000 in 2013/14 despite the worst efforts of the Tories. That's almost equivalent to the entire population of Bolton plonking themselves in this green and increasingly unpleasant land. Even better, 25% of UK births in the same year were to mothers NOT born themselves in the UK. Remember that taxpayers and increased national debt funded pretty much all of those births. That's clever isn't it? It's no wonder that taxpayers are having a hard time with immigrants, scroungers and rapacious public spending stripping them of cash. Glory be to our multicultural society.[/p][/quote]100 PER CENT CORRECT CK. WHATAMESSS.66
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