And you think fuel is expensive here?

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Commercial Real Estate Agent with Doyno Realty

 

Fuel has just reached the equivalent of $10 a gallon in the England.

A typical duplex in the UK would cost you about $400,000 (at the very least and can be much more depending on location).

Our sales tax is 17.5%.

Our upper tax limit is 40% (and a lot of people pay that).

Cars cost far more in the UK than Europe or the US.

And to hammer the nail straight home... we are being governed by a Jock! aka Scot.

Instead of joining Europe we should have became the 51st State.

We have the most logistically placed unsinkable aircraft carrier in the world (and you have many airbases there).

Come back Winston.... WE NEED YOU!!!

Now tell me the fuel prices here are high...

 

Paul Jeremy 'The Brit in Bradenton'.

 

 

 

 

 

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