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Does an energy windfall tax make more economic sense?

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  1. @JJ-oh4tr

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    Will all the wind turbines and green technology we have why have not our bills decreased? We have had this technology for decades. One big con. Where does all this green money really go?

  2. @jjhry177

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    12 comments, 7 shown, 3 ad bots tks gb bots news.
    cancel the retarded green levy and claim tax back from oil companies and every other company not paying tax at all like Starbucks, In the UK, where there are about 1,000 Starbucks stores, the company paid just £4m of tax to the exchequer despite raking in £387m in sales. Starbucks said it paid such a small amount of tax because it made a £17m pre-tax loss in the UK

  3. @lumpyfishgravy

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    More economic sense than what? Wiping your arse with stinging nettles?

    Isn't it about time the GB News video clip titles made sense?

  4. @ancietman

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    The public are paying a green tax to help fund green power. Heres my question will we gain any financial benefit after we helped the power companies switch to green power?. Our bills should reduce by 50% at least because if the power companies are getting energy from the sun and wind which is free they will be saving a fortune. I Doubt it will happen energy companies will find a way to keep bills at their current level.

  5. @gxhall

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    How about a windfall tax on Big Pharma or Big tech ?

  6. @alisonbrown1841

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    Why quazi selling our defence off to USA, and letting India into our ciber system by oct is that safe considering India russia & China. Take it were just a floating slave ship to the big businesses of the globe, Tories have sold our country, bring back TREASON for all Westminster and Whitehall workers to do best for uk not distroy and sell us off

  7. @conner.9262

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    NET ZERO ALL OVER THE EU ACTIONS PROVES ITS UTTER TOSH ??? SCRAMBLING FOR GAS AFTER NO EVALUATIONS OF THEIR SANCTIONS Once again politicians telling pokies and now has no answers . Haha The UK government led by DORISS JOHNSON ……. I call him DORISS because he does not know what a women IS …… PUMPING OUT his chest and creating a far bigger issue than they thought ……. WAIT …. till Russia demands ALL of their commodities to be paid in RUBLES …… the crash of the euro ???? Bloody imbeciles ?

  8. @alisonbrown1841

    January 23, 2024 at 6:42 pm

    No get rid off green tax, if a company can't stand on its own 2 feet after 20yrs help thats plenty. If its that great shouldn't be an issue

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