Wrong in fact they DON’T. The UK does not operate under the same tax laws as the US. Unlike the US churches tax exempt status individual churches in UK are classed as charities and hence can claim gift aid status.<quoted text>
Churches- particularly, the Church of England- do in fact receive tax monies and tax privileges.
In the same way they can claim (as can all registered charities) a small segment of broadcasting time. Time on the BBC is paid for out of licence fees (This is not a tax). Time on commercial channels is funded by a small percentage of advertising revenue (this is not tax). And of course equal time must be given to opposing views if such views exist.
Other than that they pay tax at the normal rate, just like everyone else – except of course certain major US organisations operating in the UK who seem to think moneys earned in the UK is not subject to tax
Any donation not signed for as gift aid by the donor, earnings/interest on investments and other income is taxed at standard rate.
Projection, tell me do you dream about Pakistani drippydick? Or do you limit you fantasies to our good friend Straa<quoted text>
Racist bigots such as yourself are usually preoccupied by racial fantasies.
Tell us, bigot: do you dream of black drippydicks?