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I would happily pay more tax and forgo bonuses if they spent the money where it's needed like education and healthcare, increasing pay to public services, helping states with transport (better rail networks, getting congestion off our roads) Spending money on environmental issues.
Even if they proposed giving each child who can't afford it a computer for school, or discounts on inernet so they're not getting behind on something that is no longer a luxury, but necessity. ? I would be happy with any of that.
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