National Loyalty Card II – Life Imitates Sarcasm

Old:

UK National Loyalty Card

Think of the possibilities: You could accrue Citizenship Points for snitching on benefit cheats and badly-parked vehicles, teaching immigrants how to talk proper like, y’know, or organising community-minded projects like wheel-clamping or neighbourhood-watch schemes. The sort of complex projects that would otherwise require a middle-class neighbourhood with a high percentage of social-climbers, to achieve.

These Citizenship Points could then be redeemed for positive benefits: being let-off the occasional speeding ticket, a minor discount on taxes, automatic granting of planning-permission for small household extensions – or, at the extreme end, honours, peerages, and a lunch at Buckingham Palace with the Home Secretary of the day.

New:

give yourself the gift of snitch

this holiday why not rat out someone who is cheating on their income taxes (as long as they earn over 200K a year), if you do, you can get up to 30% off of your income tax bill (reward is considered taxable income) :: the form, the rules :: oh my ::

Maybe I should have a word with the new Home Secretary…

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