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The rise of the freeloaders

Britain must tax land

By David Cooper  

Jim Linwood

We’d all like something for nothing. In the BBC comedy series Private Schulz, the Nazis plot to undermine the British economy by flooding the country with counterfeit currency. The hero parachutes into Britain carrying £2m of fake five-pound notes, and the fun begins.

How nice it would be to own a printing press that could produce fabulous amounts of money. Common sense…

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