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August 02, 2009

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marksany

In any such debate, what is being discussed is if A if is fairer than B. With each side saying their proposal is fairer. Each side has a very different idea of what "fair" is, meaning that the debate is confused and each side cannot understand the other. What an electorate needs to hear are what each party's idea of fairness is, rather than trying to figure it out from the debates that stand as proxies for this argument.

Scoremore

This is not to say it’s wrong to oppose Cameron’s proposal. There is a reasonable objection to it - namely, that stopping families on £50,000 getting tax credits requires a rise in effective marginal tax rates...great lens, very interesting article...will credit this..

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