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The Prole Star Nov 17
Instead of watching overpaid millionaire celebrities asking for money, here's how to really help 1. Donate to your local foodbank/children's centre/homeless charity 2. Ask your MP to keep raising child poverty in Parliament 2. VOTE LABOUR
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Fanxxxxtastic-Trada Nov 17
Personally I think its a disgrace that we need something like to pay for bereavement councilors and Hospices for children that should be done by social care and the government this should be about giving them those extras things in life.
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James Melville Nov 17
Perhaps the government should spend £1 billion to reduce the amount of and then hold a DUP in need fundraiser.
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Baldy Nov 17
I’m all for charity but I can’t sit and watch tax dodging millionaires stood infront of a camera, telling the working class to donate all they can to 😏
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Imran Nov 17
wouldn't be necessary if the likes of Duke of Westminster paid their taxes! 40% inheritance tax on circa £9bn....
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BBC Nov 17
Watch surprise these young carers with a performance they'll never forget. ❤️
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Bradley Will Simpson Nov 17
What an absolute pleasure it was to be a part of such an incredible cause that helps the people who need it the most, and also recognises the people who work so selflessly ☺️ Thankyou for having us
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James Melville Nov 17
I completely get why  is essentially a good thing. But I what I don't get is why this country is forced into fundraising for things that the government should provide.
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BBC Nov 17
As says, thanks to your donations, this wonderful family have found hope.
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Liam Nov 17
Please give what you can tonight and share this story showing what the donations did for this lovely family ❤️
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James Melville Nov 17
If every tax dodger was forced to pay their fair share of taxes, there wouldn't be any .
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Yes Brexit Nov 17
In 2016 raised £46,624,259. A huge amount of money. You know what else is a huge amount of money? £37,000,000. That's what the UK gives away in Foreign Aid EVERY SINGLE DAY! and spend it in the UK instead.
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AJ Bentley Nov 17
Don't forget to make your contribution to "Happiness can be found in the darkest of times... If one only remembers to turn on the light". Be someone's light. ❤️
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BBC Nov 17
& are getting up close & personal (😉) with before they hit the stage for .
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The Pileus Nov 17
raised £60m last year. It seems like a lot but it's nothing compared to the combined wealth of the 15 richest people in the UK (£164bn). In order to end poverty charity isn't the answer rather the extreme inequality that exists today must end
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BBC Nov 17
🎶 Who's excited to see perform at tonight? WE ARE!!
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The Pileus Nov 17
When the total raised at hits £10m, that would equal 6 hours of profits for HSBC. Would be nice if HSBC donated a few hours profits to although its unlucky to happen
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Charlotte Normanton Nov 17
isn't it ironic how the people fronting these appeals are asking us working class people to donate what we can, meanwhile, their tax money is sat in an offshore bank account
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Standing #ForBritain Nov 17
As a country that gives away £13b a year in foreign aid Why do we then have the national broadcaster bring out the begging bowl every year
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Mrs VB Nov 17
I really can't bear wealthy overpaid smug celebrities telling me to give money to charity. Pay your fucking taxes, maybe we wouldn't need to.
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