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    Britain showing it's uniqueness. This is just a...

    Britain showing it's uniqueness. This is just a foretaste of what Britain will be like in a few years time. A bit like the 2m rule when everywhere else has a 1m rule.
  2. Thread: Antifa

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    It looks like far right groups are involved in...

    It looks like far right groups are involved in the rioting

    Walz: White supremacist groups, drug cartels suspected at Minneapolis riots, but reports still unconfirmed | FOX 29 News Philadelphia
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    Just make sure the contract is outside IR35 and...

    Just make sure the contract is outside IR35 and not worry about it. It is highly unlikely that HMRC would contact a foreign client. The biggest risk in this case is ensuring you get paid. I would...
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    Dominic Cummings further revelations

    New Dominic Cummings 'sightings' contradict his account of Barnard Castle trip - Mirror Online



    This story is very damaging for the government as their poll ratings plunge:

    Government...
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    The OP is suggesting that he can pick up embedded...

    The OP is suggesting that he can pick up embedded software jobs for $170000 in Canada.

    This is a more typical advert for embedded software in Canada.

    Embedded Software Engineer Jobs, Employment...
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    Average IT salaries in Canada aren't particularly...

    Average IT salaries in Canada aren't particularly high.

    IT salary - Average salary

    Just like in any country there will be hot sectors. In the UK that is Finance, in Canada that is probably some...
  7. The EU is not subject to UK law, as the EU is not...

    The EU is not subject to UK law, as the EU is not part of the UK.
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    Using a foreign based brolly to work in the UK is...

    Using a foreign based brolly to work in the UK is not a good idea, you need to ensure tax and NI are correctly paid in the UK. You need a local accountant to then assist you in submitting tax returns...
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    If you live abroad but commute to the UK to work,...

    If you live abroad but commute to the UK to work, then your employment income is subject to UK tax and National Insurance, you also declare it where you live. Depending on how much UK tax you pay you...
  10. EU trade talks near disastrous collapse

    Trade talks near disastrous collapse

    Boris could blink to avoid catastrophic no deal

    Have no fear the UK holds all the cards.
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    That was the one accusation the Chilcot enquiry...

    That was the one accusation the Chilcot enquiry rejected.

    Iraq enquiry



    Guilty as charged, what punishment would you suggest for Boris?
  12. So to summarise, the jewel in the crown of the...

    So to summarise, the jewel in the crown of the UK's automobile industry in post Brexit Britain is a rapidly shrinking company making huge losses.

    :D
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    It wasn't me guv I was just following orders. ...

    It wasn't me guv I was just following orders.

    :D
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    Yes he did, the decision to go to war was taken...

    Yes he did, the decision to go to war was taken by parliament. Boris voted for the Iraq war.

    Therefore he did illegally invade another country and no doubt would do so again.
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    When Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were taken apart...

    When Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were taken apart by the BBC they were impartial. The Tories have become a bunch of cry babies.

    :laugh
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    https://youtu.be/I5M1MzMsiic

    https://youtu.be/I5M1MzMsiic
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    BBC presenter not impartial

    BBC not impartial

    What we need are more sycophantic obsequious overweight rightwing presenters.

    Anyone who suggests Dominic Cummings broke the rules when he drove 250 miles in a lockdown is...
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    Interestingly if you look back in history the...

    Interestingly if you look back in history the most similar pattern can be found in 1919. When the flu pandemic hit the stock market crashed by 50%. Ok some might suggest the flu pandemic of 1919 was...
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    Slashing 4500 jobs and moving production to...

    Slashing 4500 jobs and moving production to Eastern Europe doesn't sound like they're just looking for free money, sounds more like they have deep seated problems.
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    Jaguar has got a problem, a big one. Jaguar...

    Jaguar has got a problem, a big one.

    Jaguar Landrover seeks aid package
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    Share price is up 2% today. It was all priced in...

    Share price is up 2% today. It was all priced in a couple of years ago. VW have been putting funds for this, so it won't be affecting their profits.
  22. Oil up again, that's not a sign of an economy...

    Oil up again, that's not a sign of an economy that will spend the next 10 years in a deep depression.

    Refineries in the US processing 0.5 million more barrels a day than they were the week before.
  23. up again today

    up again today
  24. Indeed the same pious crowd now complaining.

    Indeed the same pious crowd now complaining.
  25. Boris hardly does any briefings, he obviously...

    Boris hardly does any briefings, he obviously can't be bothered, he puts his feet up to watch TV and has left it all to his minions.
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    Brits to shift to used cars

    Looks like Britain will become like Cuba, with new cars being out their reach,

    New car Brexit tariffs will 'likely' lead to a 'further shift' towards the used car market

    Brexit is creating new...
  27. The correct answer is python because parsing html...

    The correct answer is python because parsing html comes out of the box. Yes it needs to go into a database as it should be searched. For images you can compare the size or even the name.

    Sounds...
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    +1 sadly missed and Fleety

    +1
    sadly missed and Fleety
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    Oil marching briskly to $40.

    Oil marching briskly to $40.
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    Up it goes 700 points. We need some bad news.

    Up it goes 700 points.

    We need some bad news.
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    Not everyone is a sucker.

    Not everyone is a sucker.
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    No deal Brexit

    That's where it's heading.

    No deal Brexit likely

    No way Boris can't die in the ditch, so now that Covid19 has wiped out the service sector, Brexit should do a great job of finishing off the...
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    Oil Prices Stage a Modest Recovery as Demand...

    Oil Prices Stage a Modest Recovery as Demand Rises
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    JD.com, Inc. (JD) Q1 2020 Earnings Call...

    JD.com, Inc. (JD) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript | The Motley Fool
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    Alibaba looks interesting, has a much lower...

    Alibaba looks interesting, has a much lower valuation than Amazon but is expanding rapidly in cloud services, especially with China growing strongly out of the pandemic recession.
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    Hedge Fund Luminaries Are Lining Up Behind Gold...

    Hedge Fund Luminaries Are Lining Up Behind Gold Again

    Could be interesting, especially if inflation picks up.
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    The thing to keep an eye on are commodity prices,...

    The thing to keep an eye on are commodity prices, copper, iron ore and oil.
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    and up it goes. That 5700 support line is proving...

    and up it goes. That 5700 support line is proving tricky.
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    The longer it lasts the less likely there will be...

    The longer it lasts the less likely there will be a cratering. The economy is sparking into life.

    :D
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    Quite right, but there is a stimulus and the...

    Quite right, but there is a stimulus and the bears can argue that "that is cheating", but there is a stimulus, and whilst there is a stimulus there will be no cratering.

    :D
  41. Finally finished the November issues, currently...

    Finally finished the November issues, currently wading through December.

    Still relevant though

    :D
  42. France prepares to choke off trade with the UK

    France to choke UK trade with border GRIDLOCK

    That should help with the quarantining.
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    The fact is that the economy will grow, because...

    The fact is that the economy will grow, because it dropped so much. What matters is whether it's growing. If it grows, stocks go up. Too many bears are overlooking this fact. Sure there'll be wobbles...
  44. not yet

    not yet
  45. It looks very promising in Bejing. ...

    It looks very promising in Bejing.

    https://assets.bwbx.io/images/users/iqjWHBFdfxIU/iZfkBnDxnG3s/v1/150x-1.jpg
  46. That's fine that means the demand for cars goes...

    That's fine that means the demand for cars goes back to pre-pandemic levels, and probably beyond as the growth in cars was a longterm trend before. The pain barrier will be raised as commuters avoid...
  47. new opportunities The car is staging a...

    new opportunities

    The car is staging a comeback spurring oil's recovery
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    China to get what it deserves

    ....a juicy trade deal with the US

    China, U.S. Teams Agree to Work to Implement Trade Deal

    Meanwhile the UK will play bad cop, cutting off trading ties.
  49. Perhaps was too quick with my look up, I always...

    Perhaps was too quick with my look up, I always define them as assets :D
  50. Up to a limit of ₤1000 you can account for items...

    Up to a limit of ₤1000 you can account for items simply as an expense rather than a fixed asset to be included in the balance sheet.
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