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  1. it's delibrate, accuse the BBC of being right wing to make them even more left wing. It also gives the BBC a defense for being accused of being left wing. I honestly wouldnt be suprised to hear some BBC execs support this hashtag.
  2. yes, I bought a 2003 Corolla 5 years ago for commuting, since then it's had 2 new tyres and a battery, always sailed through the MOT. I got a quote from webuyanycar just for laughs, they offered £145, depreciation is not a factor now
  3. Could the "soft coop" have deliberately sabotaged Labour's vote to add pressure on Corbyn?
  4. People may care about the homeless, but sure as hell don't want them in their own home. My 8 year old is refreshingly honest, last time we went to town he remarked "I want to give the poor some money" <pause> "but not my money"
  5. Trump intends to encourage US multinationals to repatriate profits in to the US, this should increase demand for USD even further, though multinationals may have already started converting to USD in anticipation, but then what will the multinationals do with all this cash when it's back in the US? some will be paid out in dividends, but I suspect a lot of activity in aquisitions, for example I can see the likes of pfizer buying up lots of mid sized US phama companies.
  6. As would falling transactions. I can see them setting a cap at the high end, it dosn't really matter to me how much property costs when the elites are selling to each other, be it 5m or 10m the more they do it the more tax they pay.
  7. There's borrowed, and there's paid for by credit card and cleared in full next month. I've probably spent £1000 on credit card for Christmas this year, new bikes for both our kids and family tickets for a weekend stay at legoland in March took most of that. I use credit cards for the extra consumer protection and always clear the balance every month, but technically, it's borrowed money.
  8. That's a shame on the get rich quick scheme, but it's his hobby rather than a business, he's reliving his youth as he bought a brand new bonnie in 63. He doesn't ride his restored one, it's for show only, though it does run and has a valid MOT.
  9. My Father in-law is in to restoring 1960s Triumphs, so he might be in for a late life bonanza? Should i make an offer on his latest project, 1963 Triumph Bonneville, now in showroom condition in his dining room, or perhaps fund his next project?
  10. That add up to 64M, so they must be including <18s and non UK citizens?
  11. He might be a Chemical Engineering graduate, in fact he could be the most talented chemical engineer of our generation, and could go on to make a revolutionary discovery that will benefit the human race for decades to come. Only we'll never know, if his £45Kpa starting salary is with a bank.
  12. I think of the boomers as the "Me Me Me" generation. They spent their parents wealth, kept their own wealth to themselves, and squandered their childrens future wealth. They will steal the NHS for themselves before they are done.
  13. August is over, traders are back from holiday and are now chasing their year end bonuses.
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