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Mar 2016
7:58pm, 16 Mar 2016
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McGoohan
What's blue and fucks pensioners?

Mrs Thatcher. That's who. Mrs Thatcher, eh?

Little bit of politics there. My name's Ben Elton, goodnight.
Mar 2016
10:04pm, 16 Mar 2016
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Steampunk seratonin
George Osbourne looks surprisingly similar to Adam Johnson
Mar 2016
10:32pm, 16 Mar 2016
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Jambomo
Osbourne is a w***facedc**ks****rbawsack
Mar 2016
9:03am, 17 Mar 2016
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SusiesueH
Announcing an Isa for under 40's the day after my 40th birthday? Thanks for rubbing it in George you tw*t
Mar 2016
9:03am, 17 Mar 2016
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SusiesueH
Or, what Jambomo said
Mar 2016
9:31am, 17 Mar 2016
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DeeGee
Here's my analysis of the new ISA under 40's deely.

The generation of voters who first got to vote in 1997 (that's me, I'm 40, see how the maths work) were, on the whole, more left-wing than the generation before, seeing as how the influx of new Labour voters brought Mr Blair to power.

The new voters had become progressively more left wing since 1983, giving us ever decreasing Tory majorities until 1997. Since 1997 the balance has swung back resolutely towards the right.

Therefore the new ISA is a gift to Tory voters. It would be too obvious to give the new ISA product to only those aged under 36. Or only those living in the Suth East and selected nice parts of NorthernPowerhouse (High Peak, Altrincham, Cheadle Hulme, that sort of thing...) so they've identified which generation with some disposable income is most likely to reciprocate the gift and given it there.

Or do I need to get my tinfoil hat on again?
Mar 2016
9:41am, 17 Mar 2016
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Doctor K
He (Osborne) didn't look too comfortable on Sky News being questioned about cutting disability benefits. His days are numbered and he will never make Tory Leader
Mar 2016
10:43am, 17 Mar 2016
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The Teaboy
All he can do now is prep for a series of tasty 6-figure part-time directorships of fossil fuel companies. Oops. He just did.
Mar 2016
11:16am, 17 Mar 2016
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premierfella
By the sounds of it The Last Leg should be interesting this week?
Mar 2016
12:06pm, 17 Mar 2016
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Too Much Water
DeeGee, more because that age group have as a rule been excluded from the mass rise in house prices.

Wouldn't be surprised to see it interact with pension changes /AE at some point, could be a viable option for those who are self-employed.

Your analysis is flawed as young people tend to vote more for left wing parties until they eventually see the error of their ways!

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