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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: 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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  3. 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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  1. More effin car woe!

    Not me this time - the wife. My wife has just got a 12 month old pug 307 and noticed that the tracking seems out. The car was bought from the main pug dealer who now wants to charge her for fixing the tracking. She has had the car for less than 2 weeks and it was previously owned by AVIS -...

    Started by BoredBloke, 14th September 2005 16:55
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  2. UK Contractor on eBay

    Does anyone know this person ??? http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=6570129440&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&rd=1

    Started by G8_Summit, 17th October 2005 11:46
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  3. Wgaf?

    I see all the bleeding-hearts are whining about the 'fairness' of Saddam's trial, don't want to ignore his human rights. Does anyone else think that people who wantonly and with malice aforethought disregard other people's right to live forfeit their own rights?

    Started by Dundeegeorge, 19th October 2005 08:09
    • Replies: 5
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    19th October 2005 12:44 Go to last post
  4. Lightbulb Trial start

    Have just had an agent on the phone asking me if I'm willing to be put forward for a position on a trial start basis. If you're wondering what that means then welcome to the club because I'd never heard anyone, certainly in contracting, use the term until now either. But I'm in Belgium so who...

    Started by Joe Black, 18th October 2005 09:35
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    19th October 2005 12:24 Go to last post
  5. Earliest mainstream "tits oot for the lads" film

    I've just been watching a 1959 Hollywood (?) B&W film called "The Angry Hills", starring Robert Mitchum among others, and was mildly surprised to see a long and quite sexy scene with a topless dancer. This must be one of the earliest Hollywood films to show bare tits, and I was wondering if anyone...

    Started by OwlHoot, 19th October 2005 00:24
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    19th October 2005 12:22 Go to last post
  6. Recruitment Consultants, discuss.

    I'd just like to get a feel for your feelings on the topic. :D

    Started by reformation, 17th October 2005 13:52
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  7. Diplomats snub congestion charge

    Diplomats snub congestion charge Press Association Tuesday October 18, 2005 9:03 PM A diplomatic incident has broken out over US and German embassy staff refusing to pay the London congestion charge. Diplomats at both embassies have been instructed not to pay the 8 daily charge as it is...

    Started by AtW, 18th October 2005 20:22
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    19th October 2005 11:25 Go to last post
  8. Anyone looking for a job?

    http://www.grapevinejobs.com/index.asp?Page=jobseeker/jobseeker_jobs_more_detail.asp?client_job_id=9978 Sadly Mrs PRC won't let me apply.

    Started by PRC1964, 19th October 2005 09:24
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    19th October 2005 10:34 Go to last post
  9. Children who have sex advice may be reported to police

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-1832627,00.html "CHILDREN under 16 would be automatically reported to the police if they seek advice on contraception, pregnancy or abortion, under government proposals." "The Department for Education and Skills is now consulting on whether new...

    Started by milanbenes, 19th October 2005 06:23
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  10. Question Surrey Telco

    Does anyone know of a Telco based near Epsom?

    Started by voron, 19th October 2005 08:41
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    19th October 2005 10:20 Go to last post
  11. Exclamation Nooooo........

    Ken Clarke is out of the Tory race!! I imagine New Labour are thinking Christmas has come early. Blair/Brown will make mincemeat of Davis/Cameron or Fox... Oh boy I say another 10 years in opposition for the Tories!! :eek:

    Started by Chico, 18th October 2005 17:13
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  12. What do you believe

    One article written by an American , followed by a female Iraqi political activist writing for Pravda. Sounds like two very differetn places. Interesting points of focus too. Yank is talking about the Iraqi soccer team brisginf over Abu Graib etc, Iraqi is talking about the virtual...

    Started by sunnysan, 19th October 2005 08:08
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  13. Strangest item taken to a meeting ?

    Just went to a weekly meeting and a one of the attendees turned up and put a bottle of Fairy Liquid on the tabel in front of him, along with the usual pad, pen etc. Wierd !

    Started by Clownio, 18th October 2005 12:44
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  14. should have gone to specsavers

    Iraq set for Saddam Hussein trial

    Started by n5gooner, 19th October 2005 07:19
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  15. Ex-Treasury taxation chief predicts North Sea swoop

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/story/0,3604,1595225,00.html "A former head of taxation at the Treasury has predicted a multi-billion-pound swoop on the cash-rich North Sea oil industry in Gordon Brown's pre-budget report this autumn.", "Treasury officials are mindful however that a...

    Started by milanbenes, 19th October 2005 06:46
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  16. One for Chico

    Started by AtW, 18th October 2005 17:20
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  17. Desktop replacement laptop

    I'm in the market for a powerful laptop to use as a desktop replacement. Weight and battery life do not matter as I will use it at a desk. Must have 17" hi res screen, min 2GB RAM and fast a processor as is possible to buy. Needs to run .NET stuff to must have max horsepower. Sony - Great...

    Started by DimPrawn, 18th October 2005 10:21
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  18. My Hero

    I hope she remembered to ask for a VAT receipt.

    Started by Lucifer Box, 17th October 2005 16:31
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  19. ID cards will lead to 'massive fraud'

    ID cards will lead to 'massive fraud'

    Started by datestamp, 18th October 2005 08:45
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    18th October 2005 16:30 Go to last post
  20. Fantastic news

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4352138.stm Deal on public sector pensions Trade unions and the government have agreed a deal over the future of several public service pension schemes. The TUC says the government has dropped its suggestion that current members of the health, civil...

    Started by DimPrawn, 18th October 2005 12:12
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    18th October 2005 16:09 Go to last post

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