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Aug 7, 2008, 08:38 AM
Authors : Richard
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Post date : Aug 7, 2008, 08:38 AM
It’s good to see that my favourite newspaper, The Sun, (where would I be without those copies left on the train?) is keeping up its informed coverage of the stamp duty debate in its Page 3 ‘News in Briefs’ column. Well, when I say column, I really mean picture.
In the picture, AMII (sic) - I am not sure if that’s her name or her initials, but that’s not what we are interested in is it (but click here for a more modest picture if you are) - gives us her considered view on this subject of national importance:

‘A break from stamp duty is just what is needed by hard-pressed homebuyers and the economy in general.’
Obviously heartfelt words, as from the Page 3 picture I can only deduce that AMII has had to sell the contents of her wardrobe to pay for a recent substantial stamp duty liability, which has left her with only a pair of pants to her name – or initials (don’t start that again).

Anyway, at least if that's the case she will have added some real property to her portfolio of other substantial assets.

AMII should have got some advice on stamp duty from
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