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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: NEW!*Contractor UK Fantasy Football League 2017/18 – Win £250 and be a Football Guru*

    Do you want to be the football brain of ContractorUK? Lots of big summer spending but will the players deliver the goods? Will Sturridge stay fit? Will Arsene survive another year? Who will be top goalscorer? Will Spurs ever sign someone? ContractorUK has created a fantasy football...

    Started by Contractor UK, 2nd August 2017 12:00
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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. Oh dear: House prices won't crash

    This forum has veered away from it's core topic recently, so here is a BBC article on the lack of a house price crash. Sorry to those of you renting in the hope of picking up a cheap bargain.

    Started by PRC1964, 10th June 2005 11:16
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  2. Congestion Charging

    I could halve the amount of traffic overnight! Make public transport FREE!!!!! The cost of Buses, Trains etc. to be paid from taxation. It would be a lot cheaper than monitoring peoples car journeys. Spod.

    Started by SupremeSpod, 10th June 2005 08:41
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  3. oh dear: Ministers were told of need for Gulf war ‘excuse’

    Ministers were told of need for Gulf war ‘excuse’ Michael Smith MINISTERS were warned in July 2002 that Britain was committed to taking part in an American-led invasion of Iraq and they had no choice but to find a way of making it legal. The warning, in a leaked Cabinet Office briefing...

    Started by AtW, 12th June 2005 02:06
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    14th June 2005 09:50 Go to last post
  4. permie job

    just been offered a permie job, 50Ke per year after tax. Is it worth it ?.

    Started by CaptainContractor, 13th June 2005 19:34
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    14th June 2005 08:55 Go to last post
  5. Tax Free Riches + The End of New Labour

    Most of the genuine contractors on this board probably have a hundred grand or so kicking about in their limited companies waiting for a rainy day. Also, you probably haven't saved much of a pension. OK. Here's the plan... Come April 7th, we will be able put up to 225 grand in a tax-free...

    Started by hugebrain, 13th June 2005 18:52
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  6. Advent

    Does anyone have any experience of Advent machines? Their laptops seem, prima facie, to have a good spec and a decent price. That said, Tiny and Time PCs look reasonable on paper :rolleyes Are their machines reliable, or cobbled together with rusty springs and bits of old string?

    Started by WageSlave1, 13th June 2005 09:25
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  7. Getting a new contracts seems a bit slow

    Is it just me getting a bit old or something but I’ve been looking for a new contract using VB, C# , ASP for the past 6 weeks and I’ve still not got a job.8) Last time I wanted a new contract it only took me a week to find one. I’m beginning to think these agents are only after new contacts...

    Started by Mr UK Bean, 13th June 2005 19:04
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  8. Wife in line for part of husbands £32billion dollar empire!

    I see the wife of the sultan of Saudi Arabia is suing him but the funniest thing was a friend of hers who described her as being incredibly focused and dedicated! :rollin Tell you what...for half of £32billion I too would become the most incredibly focused, dedicated and committed IT...

    Started by mailmannz, 13th June 2005 16:35
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  9. The future of contracting


    Started by DimPrawn, 13th June 2005 20:42
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  10. my wife likes big black c0cks

    we have been keeping chickens in the back yard for a couple of years now and my wife, juicy, prefers the roosters to the chickens and she is particularly fond of the New Jersey Chocolate. Any other readers have similar experience?

    Started by EternalOptimist, 13th June 2005 19:25
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  11. Contract Availability

    I am currently debating entering into contracting world and just wondered what the contract to contractor ratio is like. I consider myself fairly clued up in a variety of areas, mostly to do with Networks and most things Microsoft. Browsing through the contract search I have noticed many good...

    Started by Millsy2k4, 10th June 2005 17:09
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  12. Adieu (au revoir?) Bruxelles

    Seven year contract ended at the end of May. Refused interview in London for July start Leaving-do scheduled for next week. Money in bank Taking summer off. Pool 26 degrees C. Sorted. :smokin

    Started by FLEETWOOD1975, 12th June 2005 14:05
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  13. Recommend Prince2 trainers

    Can anyone recommend any good training companies in the south east for Prince2 practitioners courses?

    Started by jayzeer, 13th June 2005 14:10
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  14. Whats the going rate

    Whats the going rate for a senior permie VB / Oracle developer ? serious answers only please :p

    Started by EternalOptimist, 13th June 2005 13:11
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  15. Don't know if this has been raised elsewhere,

    but did anyone else think that the big brother/weakest link as portrayed in saturday's Dr. Who would be a good idea? Obviously the housemates couldn't really be chosen from random, but possibly long-term prisoners, the unemployed, NL voters, single-parents under the age of 25, committed religious...

    Started by dundeegeorge, 13th June 2005 12:11
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  16. Typical Frogs

    Instead of solving a problem, look for a scapegoat! Chirac to announce 'new line-up' Pity they don't just assassinate Chirac!

    Started by SupremeSpod, 31st May 2005 08:36
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  17. ID cards to cost £300 per person

    Linq Personally I still think they are far too conservative with the potential costs. The biometrics I've heard are still running at a 30% failure rate. :lol

    Started by threaded, 29th May 2005 12:35
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  18. What should I listen to

    Any suggestions (serious please) for what I should put on my iPod. A few of my likes: - Neil Young Ian Anderson/Jethro Tull Gentle Giant Genesis Bob Marley Lisa Loeb Patti Smith

    Started by Geffa, 27th May 2005 12:33
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  19. More proof for Spontaneous Generation

    Ha, lets see you Evolutionists squirm you're way out of this one: An extinct flower , Eriogonum truncatum, aka buckwheat "rediscovered"

    Started by threaded, 27th May 2005 11:39
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  20. Impressed by the French

    Never thought those frogs would dare say no to something they made up themselves! Hilarious - even if it doesn' matter as the politicians will ignore it eventually There must be quite a lot of people laughing themselves silly around the world at the moment :D

    Started by rebekkaloos, 30th May 2005 14:35
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    30th May 2005 17:38 Go to last post

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