Enjoying the right to protest

The payment of the €100 household charge is due at the end of the month, although about 150,000 goody-two-shoe householders have already paid up.

11th March, 2012
Enjoying the right to protest
Democracy hard at work.

The payment of the €100 household charge is due at the end of the month, although about 150,000 goody-two-shoe householders have already paid up.

Some people will do anything these days just to impress the government.

But did you know that you don't actually have to pay it? Yes, if you want, you can just not bother paying the charge and tell the government that you are opposed in principle to that kind of 'unfair' tax.

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