The problem with God is He thinks He's Bob Geldof

Bob Geldof is a rich man. According to the Sunday Times rich list he is worth £32 million and like most rich people he is understandably keen to hang on to his fortune. That’s why, very sensibly, he gives no more of his money away to the Government than he has to. As a registered non-dom he is legally entitled to avoid income and capital gains tax on international earnings. Those of us without non-dom status may envy him the privilege, but we can hardly blame him for it: after all we most of us know that we’d do a much better job of spending (and saving) our money than ever the poltroons in the various agencies of government do.

Where we can – and should –…

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