MSE News: Government shelves broadband tax plan

edited 7 April 2010 at 3:48PM in Phones & TV
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edited 7 April 2010 at 3:48PM in Phones & TV
This is the discussion thread for the following MSE News Story:

"The Government has scrapped its proposed broadband tax, pending the election result ..."



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  • HubcapsHubcaps Forumite
    16 Posts
    Nice about the cider one...but I wonder how many places already put their cider prices up by 10% already.
  • Irv_the_SwerveIrv_the_Swerve Forumite
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    Good Riddance to the Broadband Tax. Like everything it would have started at only 50p (who can complain about that!) but in no time it would be several £'s.
    Whenever a new Tax is proposed however worthy its purpose we should rise up and fight against it because its part of the technique The Government uses to fund its pet projects and its own supporters.
  • Hubcaps wrote: »
    Nice about the cider one...but I wonder how many places already put their cider prices up by 10% already.


    In our local Co-op it has:mad:

    bloody liberty :(

    :p
    Thats it, i am done, Blind-as-a-Bat has left the forum, for good this time, there is no way I can recover this account, as the password was random, and not recorded, and the email used no longer exits, nor can be recovered to recover the account, goodbye all …………. :(
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