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On 6/10/2021 at 1:27 PM, Keiran Hannifin said:

The latest info on losses/gains I can find are:

http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=40117&headline=Horse tram loss was £200,000, not £500,000&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2018

The money used to subsidise this, could subsidise 58.5 full annual salaries, 35 hour weeks from minimum wage to living wage. 


As for raising taxes, in order to pay for pensions... If the only way our government can make money is repeatedly increasing taxes, we need a new government. Innovation and production is the way. 

You're deluded.  That isn't how it works.

Governments raise revenues.  The main way is taxation and VAT.

It has absolutely nothing to do with innovation.

And comparing everything to binning it off and equating it to how many people can  get an extra couple of quid an hour is going to do you no favours in Middle.

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I’m just a bystander here - but if you want my 2p. Spend far less time trying to educate or win over the muppets on this forum, and get out amongst the people of Middle 

I think you've had it pretty easy so far. 

Yes, but government paid to buy the horse trams track and rolling stock, then it bought the stables, and the Strathallan Terminus and promptly knocked  it down and rebuilt it, then it ripped up the tr

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