The Royal Household’s annual budget came under scrutiny yet again today after it was revealed that the Prince of Wales had spent £20,000 on a train journey from London to Port Talbot.
It is understood that where the Prince would ordinarily allow his Private Secretary’s team to take care of such mundane matters, he was intrigued to have a go at booking a train ticket online himself, with expensive consequences.
One does ones best!
Harry and Meg’s kitchen makeover comes in at £2.4 million
after Chris Grayling oversees the installation
Royal sycophants at the BBC and Daily Mail were left trying
to justify why the Golden Couple can spend £2.4 million of tax-payers money on the
renovation of their private residence, Frogmore Cottage.
However, their problems were solved after it emerged that
the kitchen makeover project was given to Chris Grayling to handle.
It’s Chris Grayling, what did you expect?
A Billionaire businessman’s accountants win £25,000 after appealing against a personal tax bill of £37.50.
Ian Napton trousers £25,000 from HMRC by way of apology for any inconvenience the tax demand caused. The accounting error occurred when one of the Office Junior’s forgot to carry the three. Continue reading “Billionaire businessman wins compensation from HMRC after getting a tax bill”
While congratulations have poured in from around the world for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their son, the reaction at home has been low key by comparison.
Ian Napton, a commuter from Eastbourne and taxpayer, said, “This is going to cost the country money inevitably – money I’d rather see spent on making the railways work, the hospitals better funded, or even the potholes repaired in my street. I don’t really care about the Royals, if I’m honest. Princess Kate is quite pretty, I suppose. There’s no way that Hooray Henry of a husband of hers would have pulled her if he hadn’t been able to ask her if she fancied being the Queen.” Continue reading “Taxpayer stunned to indifference over the new Royal baby”
Britain’s Black Economy lies in ruins as the UK moves to a cashless economy. With banks shutting branches and closing ATM’s, the cash supply is drying up.
It is the most vulnerable in society who feel the effect most, the; drug dealers, strippers, thieves, forgers, Del Boys, window cleaners, local councillors, MP’s, football managers, taxi-drivers and builders. Continue reading “Britain’s Black Economy ruined as the UK moves to a cashless economy”