Monday, 29 December 2008

Press Release: Gordon Purple

Thanet council has been slammed for not passing on recession busting cuts in VAT to customers.

The change came into effect on December 1, after Chancellor Sue the Panda announced a two-and-a-half per cent cut in the tax, which she said was “to provide support and protection to families” during the economic downturn. She also accused Sooty of using his water gun "inappropriately."

"inappropriately"

Thanet council tories decided not to fully pass the change onto users of services including fish stick collections, badger baiting, walking, eating cake, smelling flowers and showering under gutters because they didn't read the email.

They intend to keep the extra profit to invest in the growing trend of local authorities training kittens to carry out undercover work for the CIA.

"Smelling flowers"

Cllr Gordon Purple, proactive Labour shadow finance committee working party member board group elect, believes more should be done when fish stick collections currently cost the tax payer over £7 million a month.

He said: “I don't understand."

Meanwhile KCC face a backlash after it was revealed they have set up a new radio station called Kent Radio.

Shows run 24 hours a day and feature KCC leader Jools Smarter reading from the 1748 erotic novel Fanny Hill.

1 comments:

Cllr David Green said...

I dont understand

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