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    Coalition of Chaos

    It seems the Tories have managed to find a magic money tree to bribe the DUP with to the tune of £1.5bn in order to create a coalition of chaos.

    I'm sure the Scots, Welsh (and English for that matter) will be wondering where the extra spending for them will come from?

    It seems wrong that the Tories can spend taxpayer money on propping themselves up.
    Taking a break from contracting

    #2
    Sepp Blatter is proud.

    Following on from Kim Jong Un being proud of the government requesting patriotic media.

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      #3
      £500 million was already pledged, so it's £500 million per year of new money.

      That's more than double the amount HMRC predicts the public sector IR35 changes will raise over the next four years
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        #4
        Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
        £500 million was already pledged, so it's £500 million per year of new money.

        That's more than double the amount HMRC predicts the public sector IR35 changes will raise over the next four years
        Tory/DUP deal an outrageous straight bung, Carwyn Jones says - BBC News

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          #5
          Yeah. And?
          What happens in General, stays in General.
          You know what they say about assumptions!

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            #6
            Hoping that's capital funding. Nice little business opportunity there.

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              #7
              Originally posted by MarillionFan View Post
              Yeah. And?
              Despite being Welsh, I think he has a point. Makes a change from him persecuting those in North Wales.

              Its fun watching the North Welsh deciding who they hate most : London or Cardiff.

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                #8
                Originally posted by northernladyuk View Post
                Hoping that's capital funding. Nice little business opportunity there.
                Going to set up shop there are you?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
                  Going to set up shop there are you?
                  Have some early plans to do some work there - lots of lining up still to do to land it. Am < 2 hours from Belfast.

                  It would be very decent of English, Scottish and Welsh taxpayers to fund my Brexile.
                  Last edited by northernladyuk; 26 June 2017, 12:34.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by chopper View Post

                    It seems wrong that the Tories can spend taxpayer money on propping themselves up.
                    So £1billion in propping up a minority government with a limited lifespan (give it 6 months) caused by an snap election that was not required. An election that cost the tax payer £142 million in itself. David Cameron called a referendum he did not need to costing another £142 million.

                    £1,284,000,000 - small change for the Tories. Let us just forget the billions Brexit will cost in itself.

                    Not non-flammable cladding is a bit pricy but we saved £2 per square meter going with the flammable stuff.

                    Life of the average joe is really cheap in Tory world.
                    "Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience". Mark Twain

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