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    Ours is pretty old, and the browser software...

    Ours is pretty old, and the browser software needed to stream online only works in IE11 or less.

    Have a look at Handykam.com bird box cameras, trail cameras, CCTV - Springwatch cameras -...
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    I minute my own meetings, that way the minutes...

    I minute my own meetings, that way the minutes are accurate :)

    Not sure why you need their system to produce minutes? Write your own, file them, and tear theirs up.
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    Titcam's back!

    Just started nesting yesterday :)

    https://i.ibb.co/cLVzC6y/tit.png
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    Thankfully I read it tomorrow.

    Thankfully I read it tomorrow.
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    Well he kinda had to - I was pretending to be a...

    Well he kinda had to - I was pretending to be a groupie :laugh
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    v8gaz bought me a G&T there. It was about £20. ...

    v8gaz bought me a G&T there. It was about £20. I was glad he was paying!
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    That's not entirely clear - he had coronavirus...

    That's not entirely clear - he had coronavirus and he died. It's not clear how much that contributed to his death.

    Eddie Large: Comedian dies aged 78 with coronavirus - BBC News
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    One for our security experts

    Fancy joining the cabinet meeting?

    https://twitter.com/tprstly/status/1244987463585665026


    zoom meeting id 539-544-323

    Have fun :)
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    I'm presuming this is in response to the IR35...

    I'm presuming this is in response to the IR35 reform delay, and would give you the opportunity to operate outside IR35 if you feel that is the correct determination.

    At the current time, if you're...
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    This is interesting ...

    This is interesting

    https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/875619/PPN-02_20-Contingent-Workers-Impacted-by-COVID-19-1.pdf

    Not 100% sure...
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    Astrophysicists are clever people

    Astrophysicist gets magnets stuck up nose while inventing coronavirus device | Australia news | The Guardian

    Better than getting a gherkin stuck up your bum I guess.
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    Strange times. I put the bins out the other night...

    Strange times. I put the bins out the other night and the whole street gave me a round of applause.
  13. https://twitter.com/AndyIPSE/status/12434608708580...

    https://twitter.com/AndyIPSE/status/1243460870858047489
  14. IPSE welcomes “historic lifeline” for...

    IPSE welcomes “historic lifeline” for self-employed | IPSE

    "Derek Cribb, CEO of IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) said:"

    This looks like the chappie
    ...
  15. People are scared and angry. These are scary...

    People are scared and angry. These are scary times.
  16. As I posted elsewhere The deal is good (and...

    As I posted elsewhere

    The deal is good (and should be 'welcomed') for those it helps - but those people aren't generally ipse members unless the demographic has shifted massively over the last...
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    yep - but you still get it!

    yep - but you still get it!
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    No I can't find it. Thought I'd read it...

    No I can't find it. Thought I'd read it somewhere, but may have dreamt it.
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    I'm pretty sure I read somewhere (but can't...

    I'm pretty sure I read somewhere (but can't remember where) that it had been confirmed that directors could furlough themselves and claim the 80% of their salary.

    This scheme is not for LtdCo's -...
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    It's for the self employed From BBC article...

    It's for the self employed

    From BBC article

    "At least half their income needs to have come from self-employment as registered on the 2019-20 tax return filed in January, or averaged over the...
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    I don't think this covers LtdCo contractors -...

    I don't think this covers LtdCo contractors - it's all off the SATR, which is how self employed declare their profits.

    I think I read somewhere that they'd confirmed we could furlough ourselves,...
  22. Thread: Sky Q?

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    :wave: Nice to see you - all good in Pogle...

    :wave:

    Nice to see you - all good in Pogle Woods?
  23. Sorry to hear that Ziggy - tough times.

    Sorry to hear that Ziggy - tough times.
  24. Thread: Sky Q?

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    Ah don't worry - now reported to have been...

    Ah don't worry - now reported to have been removed.
  25. Thread: Sky Q?

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    Yep - it is reported to have been available on...

    Yep - it is reported to have been available on sky Q only, although possibly either now removed of fake news!
  26. Thread: Sky Q?

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    Sky Q?

    Anyone got sky Q?

    If so, have a favour to ask ...

    Countdown mystery - yesterday's (Tuesday 24 March) episode was dropped at short notice. Last time that happened, it turned out there was a...
  27. Two people I know who almost certainly have it. ...

    Two people I know who almost certainly have it.

    One started with a cough, followed with a fever - gradually improved over a week, then went downhill and was iller than ever. He's now improving,...
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    tulip just got real

    tulip just got real
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    There was a guy a week or two ago on telly who...

    There was a guy a week or two ago on telly who ran/owned a nursery - just keeping heads above water.

    If forced to close, they would go bust, 15 or so staff would have no jobs and 60 odd families...
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    Clearly that hug emoticon should be replaced with...

    Clearly that hug emoticon should be replaced with an elbow bump!
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    Sorry to hear that Whorty. :hug:

    Sorry to hear that Whorty. :hug:
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    I'm 50/50 on this. A prolonged period of...

    I'm 50/50 on this.

    A prolonged period of shutdown is devastating - I already have a friend who's lost his livelihood over this (freelance sports journalist), and many that are very worried. It's...
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    For xoggy World's Greatest Gallery of...

    For xoggy

    World's Greatest Gallery of Mushrooms That Look Like Butts
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    If the client say they won't accept a substitute,...

    If the client say they won't accept a substitute, then that's probably a non-starter.

    Appealing on the grounds of a new agreement being required to change task - that sounds like a better bet.
    ...
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    Poll: malvolio is Brizzle IIRC

    malvolio is Brizzle IIRC
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    Poll: +1 for Bristol

    +1 for Bristol
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    Yep, it's bollocks. Great company name though!...

    Yep, it's bollocks.

    Great company name though! :D
  38. Thread: SDS Appeal

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    The legislation doesn't come into effect till the...

    The legislation doesn't come into effect till the 6th April though. Presumably they don't have to provide anything at all before then.
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    Who was the client on your original contract?

    If it was the consultancy, then you're not in breach - you're now working for the PS body.

    Arguably, you're employed by the umbrella, therefore...
  40. Well with an umbrella you still have the T&S...

    Well with an umbrella you still have the T&S issue. If you can demonstrate you're not subject to SDC, then you can still claim expenses. If you're not subject to SDC, then, if you were operating...
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    It's also the 33 rd day of the year, with 333 to...

    It's also the 33 rd day of the year, with 333 to go :)
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    I thought you were deid! :hug:

    <tarbie>I thought you were deid!</tarbie>

    :hug:
  43. They said they'd stand by the result of CEST. In...

    They said they'd stand by the result of CEST. In the public sector they have not.
    They said there were no plans to roll the reforms out to the private sector. That one speaks for itself.
    They...
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    https://www.hl.co.uk/news/articles/archive/neil-wo...

    https://www.hl.co.uk/news/articles/archive/neil-woodford-considers-new-high-income-fund-launch

    "In our view Neil Woodford is an exceptional income investor and one of the finest fund managers of...
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    Had about 25K. Ah well, lesson learned.

    Had about 25K. Ah well, lesson learned.
  46. I agree with eek - you'll struggle to find an...

    I agree with eek - you'll struggle to find an umbrella who will take you on for 1 day a month, and the costs/hassle of running a ltd really won't be worth it.

    Invoice directly as yourself, and...
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    Well given it's all brand new and unopened, I...

    Well given it's all brand new and unopened, I suspect he lives more in hope than expectation.
  48. Are you new round here?

    Are you new round here?
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    Why not suggest to your client that your contract...

    Why not suggest to your client that your contract and working arrangements are structured to ensure that you are not subject to IR35? That benefits both you and them.
  50. Sticky: Gross before employee tax and NI. The rate has...

    Gross before employee tax and NI.

    The rate has been adjusted to reflect that the employee is not paying the employer NI, apprenticeship levy, holiday pay etc.

    But get a breakdown to be sure.
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