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  1. Australia has a population of 25 million, so more...

    Australia has a population of 25 million, so more immigrants per 100,000.
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    Absolutely, our company won't be expecting people...

    Absolutely, our company won't be expecting people back at work until Covid has disappeared. As one manager pointed out getting people back in the office means if there's an outbreak you lose a whole...
  3. Australia has more immigration than the UK.

    Australia has more immigration than the UK.
  4. Looking at the latest migration statistics with...

    Looking at the latest migration statistics with EU net migration almost 0 and non-EU immigration rocketing, is clear that the "new" immigration system won't make any difference. There is already a...
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    This is a grey area. Generally recreating...

    This is a grey area. Generally recreating something isn't a problem if there is no patent. However if you developed something for a company then recreating it would be almost indistinguishable from...
  6. Thousands of EU citizens deported from the UK...

    Thousands of EU citizens deported from the UK
  7. Thousands of EU citizens deported due to a...

    Thousands of EU citizens deported due to a previous conviction since 2010

    Nothing's changed, but it is a bit of a welcome deflection from the goverment warnings on a no deal Brexit.
  8. Are you sure that criminals will fill out the...

    Are you sure that criminals will fill out the immigration form honestly ?
  9. EU immigrants will be expected to fill out a...

    EU immigrants will be expected to fill out a form, where they will be explicitly asked whether they were in jail for more than one year.
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    No problem, the UK will take back control of it's...

    No problem, the UK will take back control of it's fishing, so losses of jobs in commercial law will be compensated by a growth in the fishing industry. Perhaps the offices could be converted into...
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    When the budget needs to be balanced and the...

    When the budget needs to be balanced and the government does it focus group analysis, they will find:

    Overwhelming support for higher taxes
  12. You need to get more sanctimonious.

    You need to get more sanctimonious.
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    No problem, but comes across as grovelling for a...

    No problem, but comes across as grovelling for a deal.
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    Given the lack of entertainment opportunities,...

    Given the lack of entertainment opportunities, this new "Cancel" culture is doing a good job of filling the gap.
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    You mean Trump :D Trump and his supporters are...

    You mean Trump :D

    Trump and his supporters are a bunch of cry babies, they like to silence the opposition with calls of "fake news" and attacking TV reporters but can't take it when they argue...
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    I'm not sure what is more entertaining, the...

    I'm not sure what is more entertaining, the criticism of outspoken public figures or the criticism of the critics of outspoken public figures.

    Surely if you provoke you will provoke the provoked....
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    People who criticise those who critise should be...

    People who criticise those who critise should be severely criticised.
  18. It's not a mistaken assumption. If you are an...

    It's not a mistaken assumption. If you are an employee then you can be sent to a foreign country for 183 days without paying tax in most countries. However if you are a self-employed contractor then...
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    There is actually, but not in the centre....

    There is actually, but not in the centre. Glattbrugg near the airport is cheap, and has a very nice outdoor pool with an inexpensive restaurant.

    :D
  20. It's now clear because Germany cities that...

    It's now clear because Germany cities that introduced compulsory masks had a significant drop in infection rates compared to the ones that didn't.

    Face masks considerably contribute to reducing...
  21. Face masks dramatically reduce the spread of...

    Face masks dramatically reduce the spread of COVID19
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    Sounds about right, that take home already...

    Sounds about right, that take home already includes a tax break for travelling, so no further tax savings I'm afraid. Some of your earnings will go into a pension pot which you will receive when you...
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    It looks to me like there is a new normal...

    It looks to me like there is a new normal developing, which means there's no rush for a new vaccine. I suspect it will appear next year sometime.
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    In our company it is now clear that the offices...

    In our company it is now clear that the offices are effectively unusable for the forseeable future. Only 30% to 50% capacity available, so need to reserve before going in and all meetings to be held...
  25. aha...... Klu klux klan protest in favour of...

    aha......

    Klu klux klan protest in favour of farmers in South Africa
  26. "Silence" on Info wars, truly a deep state...

    "Silence" on Info wars, truly a deep state conspiracy.
  27. Breitbart seem to have swept this under the...

    Breitbart seem to have swept this under the carpet.
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    If you work for an overseas client then you will...

    If you work for an overseas client then you will still have to declare your earnings, and they will check whether you were actually working overseas or in the UK.

    If you are suggesting tax evasion...
  29. Indeed, I think there is a big hole somewhere,...

    Indeed, I think there is a big hole somewhere, which is why I think an accountant is required.
  30. Since you've deregistered using a P85 then you'll...

    Since you've deregistered using a P85 then you'll be paying no tax as you will be registered in a different country. You won't be working in the UK so there is no reason to fill out an A1 form.

    If...
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    Who is the CEO of Google?

    Who is the CEO of Google?
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    One can hope but earnings are up and so is the...

    One can hope but earnings are up and so is the share price. The share price has doubled over the last 10 years.
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    The problem with agile is that the contractor's...

    The problem with agile is that the contractor's workload is dependent on what is placed by the Product Owner in the Kanban board. This makes him fully integrated into the team, as the contractor is...
  34. An agreement on financial services with...

    An agreement on financial services with Switzerland will make no difference. The EU basically handed over financial services to the UK in return for manufacturing exports. Switzerland's most...
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    Venezuela on Thames

    So Boris has now outlined his new economic plan.

    The new deal



    I suspect there's going to have to be the odd tax rise at some point.
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    He seems to be grovelling for a deal.

    He seems to be grovelling for a deal.
  37. As jamesbrown says you fill out a p85 enter a...

    As jamesbrown says you fill out a p85 enter a leaving date and you will be a non-resident from that day on.

    Tax if you leave the UK to live abroad - GOV.UK
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  40. This is not really a question of non-residency,...

    This is not really a question of non-residency, more importantly is this UK sourced income. Non-residents pay tax on UK sourced income. If you are working remotely it shouldn't be UK sourced income....
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    oh dear.... No deal with the EU inevitable...

    oh dear....

    No deal with the EU inevitable

    Joe Biden to put the UK at the back of the queue
  42. If the payment is to a business overseas, then he...

    If the payment is to a business overseas, then he will have no tax status in the UK, will have deregistered, and everything is above board.
  43. If he applies a tax code he will be operating...

    If he applies a tax code he will be operating through a UK registered business, and there begin the problems. He will be legally obliged to register a company where he is working remotely....
  44. Just one point here, if you are working remotely...

    Just one point here, if you are working remotely in a foreign country, then the income is not UK sourced, it is income sourced in the country where you are working. If you treat it as UK sourced...
  45. You need to talk to an accountant. The correct...

    You need to talk to an accountant. The correct way to handle this is to deregister in the UK and set up a company or register self-employed in the country where you will be working and bill the...
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    What is fascinating is how Tories are now...

    What is fascinating is how Tories are now proclaiming the virtues of debt and the nationalisation of the rail network.
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    Boris rules out austerity...

    Boris rules out austerity

    Pound dropping, debt exceeds 100% of GDP.

    Boris won't do anything that makes him unpopular, spend spend spend....
  48. If you work remotely for a UK client in a foreign...

    If you work remotely for a UK client in a foreign country UK law does not apply. You will need establish a business or register self-employed in the country in which you're resident.
  49. The rule of thumb is as long as you don't go...

    The rule of thumb is as long as you don't go behind the agent's back then it isn't a problem. If your aim is to switch, refuse a renewal and go to a different agency for the current contract then...
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    Debt levels in the UK below 130% of GDP,...

    Debt levels in the UK below 130% of GDP, unemployment below 25%, now's the time to go for it.
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