10 thoughts on “British anti-bedroom tax demonstrations this Saturday

  1. Seems as if its a tax that effects lower income people, reminds one of the Victorian era, of a tax on light, that began the blocking out of light, many windows became bricked up, the British government are able to spend vast money on technology, such as the Chunnel project and making tube connections under London, and also military scientific development, to mention a few that is of little benefit to those who are of lower income.
    The British government cannot afford to help these people of lower incomes? or they are punishing these people?

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