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tvbox

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So you become PM, what would you like to outlaw?

Mobile phone companies locking phones.
Private parking companies and fines, Wheel clamping/towing.
Free trials that ask for payment details in the hope that you forget to cancel the account, e.g. Ancestry.com, Amazon prime, so that they can rip you off.
Places that charge more than £1.50 for coffee, £1.50 for ice cream, etc.
Cold calling, telephone surveys, etc.
Free carrier bags in England.
 
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Exemplar

Banned
Religious displays in any form in public eg wearing a cross, skull cap etc.
 

Marky1973

Well-known Member
Stupid people having access to the internet.
 

AdrianMills

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I would make children's vaccines mandatory.
 

thedude

Distinguished Member
So you become PM, what would you like to outlaw?

Mobile phone companies locking phones.
Private parking companies and fines, Wheel clamping/towing.
Free trials that ask for payment details in the hope that you forget to cancel the account, e.g. Ancestry.com, Amazon prime, so that they can rip you off.
Places that charge more than £1.50 for coffee, £1.50 for ice cream, etc.
Cold calling, telephone surveys, etc.
Free carrier bags in England.
I hope this is some kind of irony thread. As those are hardly pressing issues.
I'd stop women moaning, cull all women above a certain size, and mass genocide for those with IQs lower that 100.
 
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jonna

Distinguished Member
Scrounging benefit cheaters, live their life on benefits and think they don't get enough handouts.
 

Trollslayer

Distinguished Member
I hope this is some kind of irony thread. As those are hardly pressing issues.
I'd stop women moaning, kull all women above a certain size, and mass genocide for those with IQs lower that 100.
Imprison those who cant' spell 'cull'.
 

thedude

Distinguished Member

Steve N

Distinguished Member
Compensation Culture. Unless caused by criminal incompetence.
Political Correctness. Where "but someone somewhere might not like it"
 

rousetafarian

Moderator
So you become PM, what would you like to outlaw?

Mobile phone companies locking phones.
Private parking companies and fines, Wheel clamping/towing.
Free trials that ask for payment details in the hope that you forget to cancel the account, e.g. Ancestry.com, Amazon prime, so that they can rip you off.
Places that charge more than £1.50 for coffee, £1.50 for ice cream, etc.
Cold calling, telephone surveys, etc.
Free carrier bags in England.
Why would you forgetting that you have agreed to a free trial and then benefit from a chargeable service be "ripping you off'? Amazon weren't a rip-off merchant last time I checked.
 

tomsoyer

Member
I would make all MP's have to live on what ever the average wage is for their constituency, no 2nd jobs, dodgy expenses etc. and they have to use the NHS.
 

Jameskatie

Distinguished Member
Not going into specifics if you want to know details read up on it but basically they are not good for you
 

Foster

Distinguished Member
Not going into specifics if you want to know details read up on it but basically they are not good for you
The other alternative is your child dies from catching these nasty diseases.
 

BomoLad

Well-known Member
Loitering around where the baskets are in the supermarket. Amazing people who just stand there assuming nobody is going to possibly need any of what are stacked up behind them.
 

alphaomega16

Distinguished Member
Smoking in town centers
 

tvbox

Well-known Member
Why would you forgetting that you have agreed to a free trial and then benefit from a chargeable service be "ripping you off'? Amazon weren't a rip-off merchant last time I checked.
If its a FREE trial, I should not be asked for my payment details. It's just a dirty tactic, because they hope that you forget to cancel the free trial after say, 2 weeks, so then they can debit your account. Not much of a free trial.

More examples include ancestry.com and this "graze box" thing which I seem to get a lot of voucher codes for.
 

tvbox

Well-known Member
Lenient sentences for serious crimes.

People who get confused between "your and you're", quiet and quite, etc.

Ridiculously loud motorcycles and quad bikes on roads...
 
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