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  1. They should have trailer parks, like in the good ole US of A
  2. The problem is they are not going to recover, they will easily lose another 40%
  3. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/ukpolitics/comments/asmcao/londons_property_flippers_forced_to_sell_at_a_loss/ Reddit link to the article
  4. I am sure we used to pay these countries for health care
  5. Recently Barclays move £166b to Ireland, Swiss bank move $33b to Ireland and Bank of America moved $50b to Ireland, every billion helps
  6. I guesstimate that US $2.5T has been moved out of the square mile since brexit. Does anyone have an accurate number?
  7. https://www.politico.eu/article/germany-biggest-enemy-threadbare-army-bundeswehr/ BERLIN — Fighter jets and helicopters that don’t fly. Ships and submarines that can’t sail. Severe shortages of everything from ammunition to underwear. If it sounds like an exaggeration to compare Germany’s Bundeswehr to “The Gang that Couldn’t Shoot Straight,” look no further than the army’s standard-issue assault rifle, Heckler & Koch’s G36. The government decided to scrap the weapon after discovering that the gun misses its target if it’s too hot. On a recent trip to Lithuania, where about 450 German soldiers are stationed as part of a NATO mission to deter Russian aggression, U.S. officials were dismayed to discover Bundeswehr personnel communicating on unsecure mobile phones due to a shortage of secure radio equipment. Fewer than 20 percent of Germany’s 68 Tiger combat helicopters and fewer than 30 percent of its 136 Eurofighter jets could fly in late 2018. Pilots, frustrated that they can’t fly, are quitting. “No matter where you look, there’s dysfunction,” a high-ranking German officer stationed at Bundeswehr headquarters in Berlin said
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    HPC Watches: Skint Britain: Friends Without Benefits

    Security, so their possessions don’t get stolen.
  9. https://www.theguardian.com/money/2019/feb/16/thousands-of-workers-hit-with-massive-tax-avoidance-bills?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other The battle is over the innocuously named 2019 Loan Charge. This measure is designed to claw back unpaid taxes by people who, HMRCsays, used so-called disguised remuneration schemes since April 1999 – with the demands for repayment kicking in from this April. For some, the bills are utterly life-changing. We spoke to one family whose bill is more than £400,000 – owed by a 56-year-old who worked in IT for years and who says his only option now is bankruptcy. Guardian Today: the headlines, the analysis, the debate - sent direct to you Read more Another IT worker said his estimated bill is £300,000. “I’m 54, have assets of £100,000 and earn less than £50,000 a year. I’ve already lost my partner due to the stress
  10. I don’t know your circumstances, can’t you make an offer with a substantial discount
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