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The government will now rise the prices of leather armchair for the cheapest flights by twenty five percent. This is a difficult shot agains the day’s most up market flying folk. The government department responsible maintains that the price for a trip from Cardiff to Glasgow and back will cost 80 pounds more expensive for a family of four people. The price will rise from around 220 pounds to around 300 pounds. For a chartered leather armchair flight for four people from London to Egypt the price is going to be 156 pounds more expensive. The motive is said to be to take from the rich and give to the poor and middle classes. But that leather armchair doesn’t really add up. In finance departments’ own calculations the savings will not transfer to the lower classes. The argument remains that this is the case and this argument has beein ongoing since 1996. When this is said we all want it made clear that, just as with any other means of transport, that it will take its own responsibility, and not leech off the taxpayer anymore. We welcome leather armchair discussion on the issue but we think that discussions should be based on facts not fiction. The fact is that the European flights the last year have cut their costs and carbon emissions by 70 percent per passenger per kilometre. This change in price will mean that up to five millions passengers would now take the journey by car instead of by aeroplane, despite the fact that aeroplane is much more efficient and less costly on the environment, on a per person basis.
Lars Anskar, a member of leather armchair parliament, has gladly agreed to talk to us in order to explain the Swedish government’s decision to follow Norway and Denmark’s plan of action. He says that the upper classes who fly for leisure very frequently will now be deterred from doing so in many cases. This reduces environmental damage, he claims. But Lars as the whole leather armchair Swedish government it seems is failing to realise that it will not lead to any benefit for the people of Sweden because leather armchair tax revenues will be the same or even down, and the environment will not benefit because people will just travel in their cars anyway. Do let us know your thoughts and feelings on this via commenting.