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One Way Dave Could Make A Huge Difference To Business And Public Alike

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Dave- you are now in power, and are looking for the private sector to drag the UK out of recession.

One way you could do this would be to-

REDUCE BANK CLEARING TIMES

Its a no=brainer- its a win-win-win with EVERYBODY- except the banks and they can fu-ck right off

Reduce it by law down to 48 hours unless there are EXCEPTIONAL circumstances.

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Dave- you are now in power, and are looking for the private sector to drag the UK out of recession.

One way you could do this would be to-

REDUCE BANK CLEARING TIMES

Its a no=brainer- its a win-win-win with EVERYBODY- except the banks and they can fu-ck right off

Reduce it by law down to 48 hours unless there are EXCEPTIONAL circumstances.

:lol::lol:

Dave will get smacked down fast if he starts actually doing anything that affects banks in a negative way.

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Dave- you are now in power, and are looking for the private sector to drag the UK out of recession.

One way you could do this would be to-

REDUCE BANK CLEARING TIMES

Its a no=brainer- its a win-win-win with EVERYBODY- except the banks and they can fu-ck right off

Reduce it by law down to 48 hours unless there are EXCEPTIONAL circumstances.

Another one that we all could do. what is with the "30 day payment terms?" Or 60 or 90 or whatever. I do the work, you pay me, end of. It has always irked me that this has become the norm and results in huge pockets of money being stuck at the top mostly. Have business (especially small business) campaign for mandatory interest penalties where people default on payment or delay or whatever. It really has been a bane for me most of my business life as, within reason, I paid people on the nose even though I waited the usual "time" for my payments. No earthly reason why this is common practice, none at all.

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Another one that we all could do. what is with the "30 day payment terms?" Or 60 or 90 or whatever. I do the work, you pay me, end of. It has always irked me that this has become the norm and results in huge pockets of money being stuck at the top mostly. Have business (especially small business) campaign for mandatory interest penalties where people default on payment or delay or whatever. It really has been a bane for me most of my business life as, within reason, I paid people on the nose even though I waited the usual "time" for my payments. No earthly reason why this is common practice, none at all.

Yes, there is. You may morally object to it, but there is a reason.

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