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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Who's been banned and why.

    MF - starting a thread implying OldHack is an animal lover. Suspected temporary suicide - 30.11.2012 - 7 days

    Started by NotAllThere, 30th November 2012 10:03
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Contract Staying Away: Hotel Tips

    Hi, I am just about to embark on a new contract where I will be staying away......in Basingstoke :ohwell Are there any good tips for The best "contractor" hotels to go for (I am thinking chains here) Reducing Costs Occupying your time constructively in the evening

    Started by BlackenedBiker, 10th May 2010 12:18
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    22nd March 2017 12:03 Go to last post
  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: ContractorUK Fantasy Football League 2016/17 – Win £500!!!

    Do you want to be the football brain of ContractorUK? Do you want forum bragging rights? You may have talked the talk on the forum about football but can you walk the walk... Are you the Pep or Jose of football knowledge? Or just the Hodgson, still undecided on their best 11 and resting all...

    Started by administrator, 4th August 2016 09:54
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    6th January 2017 11:59 Go to last post
  1. Scottish Referendum Part 2 - Electric Boogaloo

    If at first you don't succeed, try, try again... Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to seek second referendum - BBC News Looks like Nicola Sturgeon wants to check up again, just in case the Scots have changed their mind regarding breaking away from the U.K.. In some ways fair play because...

    Started by sbakoola, 13th March 2017 11:22
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  2. Brexit DOOM™: European parliament will veto Brexit deal with early cut-off date for

    "European parliament will veto Brexit deal with early cut-off date for free movement The European parliament will veto any Brexit deal that prevents EU citizens who move to the UK during the next two years from having the same rights to live and work in Britain as those already in the country....

    Started by AtW, Today 12:04
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  3. All in

    The EU is on the verge of the abyss. Here's why Theresa May has a winning hand and must go all in The Prime Minister should exploit the current turmoil in the EU to get the best deal for Britain in the upcoming Brexit negotiations, Telegraph columnist Allister Heath argues. In a new video...

    Started by AtW, Today 18:17
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  4. Marine A gets out in 2 weeks

    On LBC Sergeant Blackman to be free in 2 weeks. Good result IMO.

    Started by vetran, Today 10:05
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  5. Maybe US gun laws are okay after all

    Three teenage burglars shot dead in US - BBC News A knighthood for Tony Martin please.

    Started by BrilloPad, Today 16:09
    • Replies: 9
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  6. At last

    NHS costs cut will see prescription painkillers scrapped | Daily Mail Online

    Started by vetran, Today 09:11
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  7. Coca Cola is Officially Tulip

    Very robust, so I see :rolleyes: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/28/coca-cola-police-human-waste-drinks-cans

    Started by MrMarkyMark, Today 14:38
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  8. Westminster Bridge...

    Well. I'm using my "spare bike" for my commute to London Westminster this week, my VFR Vtec is having a valve service... It's a Honda Deauville, which I call the Dustbin because, well, it's a bit rubbish but they do go forever... As I was cruising across Westminster Bridge this morning at...

    Started by Lost It, Today 14:44
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  9. 'Dog kennel' flats in Barnet will be 40% smaller than Travelodge room

    "Hundreds of tiny studio flats, many smaller than a budget hotel room, are to be squeezed into an eleven-story block in north London as its developer takes advantage of the government’s relaxation of planning regulations. Plans for Barnet House, used by the London borough of Barnet’s housing...

    Started by AtW, Yesterday 18:43
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  10. Brexit DOOM™: Parts of UK that voted for Brexit may be hardest hit

    "Several parts of Britain that voted to leave the European Union are among the most vulnerable to the economic impact of Brexit, according to new research published as the government prepares to trigger article 50. Researchers at the thinktank Demos studied regional differences in the reliance...

    Started by AtW, Yesterday 14:01
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    guineapigs, project bollux
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  11. Cat GPS Trackers

    MrsMac is a crazy cat lady, and one of them regularly goes missing for 5, 6, even 7 days on end, always comes home but is covered head to toe in fleas when he does, we are a mix of urban houses but also lots of countryside round us. Curious to see where he goes, and try and track him when he is...

    Started by SimonMac, Today 08:52
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  12. Longest train commute/ train in south east.

    Now I hate driving (and getting stuck in traffic) and quite like it on a train. (IF you can get a seat and preferably no-one sitting next to you). Been doing a 45-50 train each way for last two years. Train generally about 40% full. I sleep, read books, watch video, listen to music. ...

    Started by psychocandy, Yesterday 07:18
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  13. Is Freiberufler the same as inside IR 35 in Germany ?

    Hi Folks, Does anyone know if the Freiberufler thing in Germany is "the inside" equivalent. According to the article on CUK that is what it is. Also it says that if you sit at least 6 months at a particular client, you become automatically "inside IR35" no matter what anyone thinks. Also,...

    Started by europetractor, Yesterday 21:40
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  14. FCA orders Tesco to pay £85m redress for 'market abuse'

    (Taken from the Financial Reporter) The FCA has ordered Tesco to establish a compensation scheme to compensate around 10,000 buyers of Tesco shares and bonds in relation to its overstatement of profits in 2014. This is the first time the FCA has used its powers under section 384 of the...

    Started by Martin@AS Financial, Today 09:39
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  15. Songs For The Drive Home

    Do you have a special track that goes on your car's hifi when you fire up the Dacia Duster on a Friday afternoon and head for the hills? Mine is Aeroplane by The Red Hot Chili Peppers. "Lookin' in my rear view mirror I can make it disappear" What a line.... that obviously refers to client...

    Started by Pip in a Poke, 1st March 2017 16:30
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  16. Shots outside of parliament

    it started Reports of shots outside UK Parliament - BBC News

    Started by diseasex, 22nd March 2017 13:54
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    guineapigs, minestroneantiirishbigot, terrorists are people too
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  17. Boring house-purchase buildings insurance question

    When you buy a house with a mortgage you are required to have buildings insurance. But looking quickly online they ask you things like what type of locks there are on doors and windows, if there are trees over Xm in height within Ym of the house, and other things which require checking. Is it...

    Started by d000hg, 17th March 2017 09:53
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  18. ASDA dangerous weapon rant

    Amongst other things I bought a smart-price y-shaped vegetable peeler from ASDA yesterday. I took it though the automated checkout and tried to ring it through. A message appeared on the screen: "Please await authorisation" I had to wait for 5 minutes for someone to come and authorise it. The...

    Started by lightng, 30th April 2009 09:20
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  19. London Smog?

    Anyone noticed the unusually high level of smog/pollution in the air of London today and yesterday? The air quality guys say it's only Moderate atm. I know... csb

    Started by dmo, Today 07:07
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  20. HireRight Screening

    New job is kinda Financial (Fintech rather than Big Bank) but still insist on going through a more thorough vetting process with HireRight screening, my god it is bad, it tries to be contractor friendly but misses the mark. You are either employed or self-employed, although technically we are...

    Started by SimonMac, Today 08:48
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 108
    Today 08:59 Go to last post

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