Labour party want to introduce ‘Pet Tax’


With the 2015 general election fast approaching, the daily bale has been investigating claims that a labour party government would introduce a radical new ‘Pet tax’ to British households.

If you think living under the cuts made by the conservative/liberal government is bad then think again. Socialist and anti-Britain advocator, Ed Milliband wants to tax you for owning a pet.

In a new piece of legislation drawn up by Ed balls who hopes to replace George osborne in 2015, he has suggested that dog owners should be made to pay £50 a month directly to the labour government.

If you own a cat then you would be made to pay £40 a month.

All animals smaller than a cat being kept in British households will be subject to a £35 a month tax.

In a statement supposedly released from Ed Milibands office, the move to tax British people for owning pets is described as ‘much needed’.

Last week the labour party also announced new plans to create a series of rival banks to face ‘the big four’ in more crazy plans to fix the economy.

Steven sodholmy

172 thoughts on “Labour party want to introduce ‘Pet Tax’

  1. What was not a hoax was Edwina Currie saying that poor people should not have pets – she said it on 5Live only two years ago.
    Not to mention that the animal shelters ARE filling up with pets – because people are being made homeless by the draconian Tory Cuts.
    That is no hoax.

  2. Someone needs to explain to the writer that satire is more than just lying in an obvious way: it has to be funny too.

  3. We had a dog licence years ago, we should get it back, try and stop all the puppy farms and dog fighting.

  4. A hoax? So what? This is the Daily Bale, where fruitloopery is far more important than researching boring old facts.

  5. Hope it is a hoax or all the shelters will be full and nobody will be able to afford a pet, I would have to send all mine to a shelter too, that would be 5 cats 4 dogs 2 rabbits 2 ferrets 2 parrots a budgie and a lizard cos i wouldn’t be able to afford that as well as feed them.

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