Your donation doubled and free chocolates from Oxfam unwrapped this Mother's day
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Your donation doubled and free chocolates from Oxfam unwrapped this Mother's day

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Found 2nd Mar 2015
We've got an irrisistable offer for you this Mother's Day. When you buy an Oxfam Unwrapped gift you can claim a free box of Fairtrade Divine milk chocolate hearts to go with it. So not only are you buying a poverty busting gift that will help others but you can give Mum a yummy box of chocolates.

Plus when you buy one of our Double Strength gifts you'll have double the impact because the UK Government will match your donation pound for pound.

Offer ends Tuesday 10 March.

Happy shopping – and Happy Mother's Day to all the mum's around the world!

Feed a family for £7 is a double strength gift

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unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk

Awesome x

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk



So I assume you make no use of the NHS, police, fire service, public roads and parks, council services, libraries, etc?

kneale81

So I assume you make no use of the NHS, police, fire service, public roads and parks, council services, libraries, etc?



Hmmm thats why i pay for council tax lol

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk



"A 2.6% income tax payment is the cost of keeping all of our nation housed and fed, and keeping us all out of poverty, including protecting all citizens who are ill or have disabilities."

Edited by: "Uns" 7th Mar 2015

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk


couldn't agree more.

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spilmilk

couldn't agree more.



That is an unfair assumption. The majority of people who claim benefits need them. It is only a small minority that abuse the system and because bad news sells they are the focus of our media. I am happy to pay the taxes I do to help these people. Also we are one of the countries with the highest % donations to other countries.

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y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk

oh boo hoo you pay tax. As do the vast majority of other people in the country. What that has to do with buying something from Oxfam I don't know. If it's such a wonderful life on the dole quit your job and sign on, otherwise stop whining.

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk



I feel like having a pastie now and reading The Sun, thanks ruined my day that has.

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk



Aka the House of Commons

thebox

Aka the House of Commons



You'd think he'd be aware of where his tax actually goes wouldn't you?

y_am_I_buying_this

unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax … unfortunately id donate money but i pay a significant amount of tax already and that feeds people that cant be bothered to get up of their **** and get a job. so if i could id pay my tax to this not the people in the uk


Foreign aid? Hope you never loose your job, your pride (only due to recent media. "benefits" ooooh the new associated negative connotations) would put you on the streets. £4.9bn spent on job seekers each year and £20bn lost in tax avoidance, but yeah lets blame the poor...again.
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