Subject: last message "uncorrected inaccuracies in broadcast"

Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 16:46:53 +0100
This message is meant for Will Hutton - but finding an email for him seems difficult so please forward this if you can.

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In the past we have been asked - by a broadsheet editor - to be selective in our writing on taxation. We have refused because that would be dishonorable and unfair to the majority of British people, who pay very high rates of net taxation.

So when a public figure makes a "selective" statement about taxation but claims that it applies to the 'country in general', as you did yesterday in "Straw Poll" - then `Perceptions' would be hypocritical not to point out the error.

You'll find the report at

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> >Hello,

> > during broadcast of "Straw Poll" yesterday a male panelist (Hutton,

>> Secret and others) was heard saying "Britain is a low-tax nation" or

> >similar.

> > This is untrue - see

> > I intend to identify the speaker but in the meantime you have a duty >> to correct an untruth broadcast by the BBC.

>> regards

>> Ray Dickenson

>> * [ed at perceptions]


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UPDATE - Nov 2010 - Review of UK's Waste & Injustice of Tax-Swindles and `Charges'

UPDATE - Sep 2011 - `UK Taxes are Unfair, Regressive, Totally Corrupt' - Delayed I.F.S Report

UPDATE - Nov 2011 - Reason for Political & Bureaucratic Corruption


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