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    Remainers hope British people will 'starve and...

    Remainers hope British people will 'starve and die' so UK will return to the EU

    :D
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    Many leavers didn't know what they were voting...

    Many leavers didn't know what they were voting for and have changed their minds since they've discovered what it's all about, so it would be sensible to have a second referendum now.
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    Lets face it leave voters didn't know what they...

    Lets face it leave voters didn't know what they were voting for.

    :D
  4. Generally no need to be angry or hysterical when...

    Generally no need to be angry or hysterical when getting invoices paid. Just be firm and methodical. First is a polite reminder, then a more stern reminder with 7 days to pay, and then threaten legal...
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    Leavers reject leaving the EU because it is the...

    Leavers reject leaving the EU because it is the wrong type of leave
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    What does Leave mean ?

    What does Leave mean ?
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    After 31st October if there is no deal, border...

    After 31st October if there is no deal, border officials won't have access to criminal records of EU citizens so criminals will have a field day.

    Good that we're reminded of this by this lapse of...
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    Yes but it wasn't a default so they can access...

    Yes but it wasn't a default so they can access the markets for debt. When a country defaults it can't.

    If you agree to defer with your creditors it isn't a default. That applies to any company and...
  9. It doesn't simply stop when the UK drops out of...

    It doesn't simply stop when the UK drops out of the EU, the negotiations will go on...

    ....and on

    The EU isn't trying to stop Brexit they're just laying out the conditions for a trade deal.
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    UK WWII debt was around 230% of GDP ...

    UK WWII debt was around 230% of GDP

    https://www.economicshelp.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/uk-national-debt-600x424.png

    Greece national debt is 180%, and will drop over the years.
  11. The mood of the British public is that 23% want a...

    The mood of the British public is that 23% want a no deal Brexit.

    Do you favour leaving the EU with no deal, leaving the EU with Theresa May’s Deal, leaving the EU but remaining in the Single...
  12. Yes though that is different. I would agree...

    Yes though that is different. I would agree there. Contracts inside IR35 is a limited set with rich pickings. Checking every permie is a much bigger challenge and is unlikely to yield very much.
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    By the time 2032 comes along the debt will not be...

    By the time 2032 comes along the debt will not be much of a burden, the Greek economy is growing. I don't hear anyone complaining about the huge burden of WWII debt.
  14. Yes but he'll be a permie, not on payroll for an...

    Yes but he'll be a permie, not on payroll for an intermediary.
  15. But how and why would this be flagged up ? I...

    But how and why would this be flagged up ?

    I can see that public contracts inside IR35 could be communicated to HMRC but not simply becoming a permie.
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    Greece runs a budget surplus. In other words...

    Greece runs a budget surplus. In other words their outgoings which includes interest payments on their debt is lower than their income, and they're growing, their unemployment is coming down sharply....
  17. Indeed you always have a seat, and the point is...

    Indeed you always have a seat, and the point is the bullet trains are never delayed.
  18. You have obviously never been on the London...

    You have obviously never been on the London Underground during rush hour, because not only would the trains be as jam-packed as the Japanese trains, but more importantly the platform wouldn't be...
  19. I've known two contractors who became permie and...

    I've known two contractors who became permie and in each case their working relationship with the organisation changed, in particular that they became team leaders. The chances are that as a permie...
  20. Increase in population is largely due to older...

    Increase in population is largely due to older people, who don't travel much. Immigrants fill the hole. The working population is relatively stable.

    Immigration will continue to keep the economy...
  21. It's necessary to take the pressure of the rest...

    It's necessary to take the pressure of the rest of the rail network.

    The money will have to be spent and when someone gets around to how best to do it, they'll end up with the same conclusion....
  22. Nothing dodgy, but not an offer yet, so keep...

    Nothing dodgy, but not an offer yet, so keep looking.
  23. In any case the review is a smoke screen which...

    In any case the review is a smoke screen which will deliver its results after the election :D

    At the end of the day the choice is between a high speed rail network costing 50 billion or spending...
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    Entrepreneurs with employees are not poor people....

    Entrepreneurs with employees are not poor people. As you know if you own your business your salary is a "nice to have". His business survived.

    Tough but temporary.
  25. Essentially it's the Brexiteers who want to...

    Essentially it's the Brexiteers who want to torpedo HS2. They'd rather see the UK as a backward third world country with a rubbish infrastructure and crowded trains they can blame on immigration.
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    Quite fascinating in 2009 all the Eurosceptics...

    Quite fascinating in 2009 all the Eurosceptics were predicting Greece would collapse and it was impossible to recover whilst they stayed in the Euro. Unemployment has fallen significantly and the...
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    Why? Greek house prices crashed. The almost...

    Why? Greek house prices crashed. The almost halved in value.

    How is this bad for the poor ?
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    Merkel indicates a BRINO deal can be done after...

    Merkel indicates a BRINO deal can be done after meeting with Johnson

    The big U-Turn is on the way.

    :D
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    Good to see the tech sector compensating to a...

    Good to see the tech sector compensating to a small extent
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    U.K. Budget Deficit Soars as Britain Prepares for...

    U.K. Budget Deficit Soars as Britain Prepares for Brexit
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    Nigel Farage is nervous, in need of a comfort...

    Nigel Farage is nervous, in need of a comfort blanket.

    Nigel Farage warns about Brino

    :D
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    It won't improve your golf. You need to get out...

    It won't improve your golf. You need to get out there on the course. If three hours playing a week doesn't work, neither will 20 hours.
  33. If you are a "real contractor" the regulations...

    If you are a "real contractor" the regulations don't apply anyway.

    Conduct of employment regulations: a guide to opting in or out



    I would only insist on opting in if I were inside IR35,...
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    Is there going to be a renaming of the "backstop"...

    Is there going to be a renaming of the "backstop" a la NAFTA -> USMCA ?
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    Sticky: Check out Motley Fool they've been warning about...

    Check out Motley Fool they've been warning about Thomas Cook since late last year.

    Thomas Cook Group crashes another 20%. Here’s a FTSE 250 stock I’d buy instead

    I don't invest in anything they...
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    ...and then there were 40 Boris Johnson loses...

    ...and then there were 40

    Boris Johnson loses 40 rebel Tories to Remainers Hammond and Gauke in no deal Brexit block

    :D
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    Government Brexit Information pack

    ...so businesses that previously put their goods in a box with an address sticker will have huge amounts of paperwork and have spend hours corresponding with government officials.

    Brexit news:...
  38. If an agent is insisting on opting out then it is...

    If an agent is insisting on opting out then it is because their legal dept has thought long and hard about it.
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    Huge rightwing outrage over Emily Thornberry's...

    Huge rightwing outrage over Emily Thornberry's joke
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    If someone throws a milk shake over Aron Banks...

    If someone throws a milk shake over Aron Banks watch the outrage and "bursting into tears".

    :D
  41. Tory rebels welcome Corbyn's plan...

    Tory rebels welcome Corbyn's plan

    oh dear

    be afraid
  42. Boris is a bit worried by that nasty rebellious...

    Boris is a bit worried by that nasty rebellious letter from 21 Tory MPs.

    Parliamentary arithmetic doesn't look good.

    :D
  43. John Bercow to prevent Boris from closing...

    John Bercow to prevent Boris from closing Parliament

    oh dear

    So what else can Boris do :laugh
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    I would stick with it. If there really is...

    I would stick with it. If there really is absolutely nothing to do, spend the time improving your skills by building apps you think might be relevant to the project, eg automate or build a web...
  45. Trigger warning Daily Telegraph poll on...

    Trigger warning

    Daily Telegraph poll on poroguing parliament taking the p*ss



    nice try by Dominic Cummings to spread a bit of "people vs parliament" propoganda. :D

    be afraid
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    I would say there is no rush. I had problems with...

    I would say there is no rush. I had problems with impacted wisdom teeth but they caused jaw pain and gum infections. If you are going to have them out then I would do it one session.
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    I doubt very much that companies will continue...

    I doubt very much that companies will continue chrome plating with a proven toxic chemical after the UK leaves the EU. They'll use the new processes. It is also doubtful that the speed limits will be...
  48. How long do you need to find an alternative ? ...

    How long do you need to find an alternative ?

    If you have an alternative go for it, if you spend 6 months looking for an alternative then conditions however unsavoury aren't worth turning it down....
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    Financial services shifting to the US and being...

    Financial services shifting to the US and being exported to the UK:
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    late trading 1 GBP = 1.06 EUR

    late trading 1 GBP = 1.06 EUR
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