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Anonymous@26 July 2017 15:15
The 'poor, hard pressed taxpayers' include those workers who need access to employment tribunals.
As a tax payer, i would far rather pay my taxes and know that if I ever need to, I can obtain access to justice, than to save a little now and be barred from getting justice if I need it.
For what it is worth, I feel the same way about the NHS, the police ,and fire services, and benefit system.
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