First UK Non-Political Party

How to pay for everything – without raising taxes

How to pay for everything

At NONPOL we don’t have top economists, researchers or mathematicians to calculate the exact figures on the money we can generate or save though our policies, however, below we can explain the sources of the funding we can achieve to pay for the campaign we would bring to Parliament. Here are our money raising ideas most of which have not been considered before:

Short Term

1.     Tax the super companies. A super company is a company that has a global turnover of more than £5 billion, such as Amazon. They would be taxed on workforce or physical footprint, not on their profits.  There would be a minimum tax they would pay in the region of £100 million. Please may say they will then leave the UK, I think not. Amazon has created their model and if they don’t like the super tax, then Temu or Alibaba will easily fill the gap.

2.     Under our immigration policy we would declare a national emergency to allow us to use the military to support our immigration crisis. We would generate huge instant savings by bringing our troops and weapon system back home. Every bullet fired in war (Yemen, Gaza, Ukraine and global reserves) costs between £0.65 and £1.30 per bullet. It is much larger for our battleship’s armaments. The coast to patrol Yemen has been insane.

3.     Go hard core on suing the water companies for their pollution infringements. The fines have now increased from £250,000 to £250 million, so besides raising huge sums we get cleaner and fresher waterways.

4.      Immediately stop sending taxpayers money overseas in aid or armed forces. Because the west are so benevolent they don’t make their own effort. Even in the poorest places like the Congo they have billionaires – they should be supporting these countries not us. If we can’t fix the UK how can we fix the world.

5.     There is a cost to running prisons and the inmates should be charged the cost of their incarceration, paid back like a students loan or through their tax code. Long term criminals should have their assets seized to pay their bill. Prisons can become a revenue stream rather than a cost to the tax payer. We should use prison labour to build new prisons. Give them a chance to earn their keep and pay back their debt to society.

 

6.      Stop NET ZERO initiative immediately – saving £29 billion per year

Medium Term

1.      We would stop further investment in Polaris. Insanely we call this a defense budget when we are investing in offensive systems. We should invest our money in real defenses like the Iron Dome and ways to stop supersonic missiles. Like all good football teams, we should spend time and effort on our defense rather than our attack capabilities.

2.      Any one on any form of benefit (pensions is a right not a benefit) will one have one bank account and it must be a government account, such as a post office account. If someone really needs benefit, then they have nothing to hide. In fact if same families are struggling we can see this and provide extra help. People who don’t like obviously have something to hide. This would save billions in benefit claims and fraud.

3.      Any temporary benefits such as unemployment benefit, would need to pay back one a person is re-employed, like a student loan. Where possible, we need to make this next generation understand that benefits are not for free. If people don’t have enough to pay back their debt to the taxpayer during, they lifetime, the Government would have first call on their probate. It is surprising how people who seem to be poor have significant assets when they die.

4.      Get the NHS to manufacture and distribute cannabis in chemists both for pain relief and social usage, under license, like alcohol. This would create huge revenues and also ensure non-toxic weed was being distributed.

Long Term

 

1.      Look to shift the UK Economy to a 24/7 footing across the board. This will more than double GDP, reduce unemployment and provide work for our good immigrants. We could also reduce the working week to 4 days across the board leaving 3 days for entertainment, recreation and other satisfying activities, giving a huge boost to these industries. Whether we like it or not, the world is becoming 24/7 and the sooner we adopt it, the sooner we will benefit financially from it.