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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Contract Staying Away: Hotel Tips

    Hi, I am just about to embark on a new contract where I will be staying 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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  2. 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 11:03
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  3. 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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  1. Oh Dear: MI5 says civil liberties have to be eroded

    I'm not sure I accept the premise that in order to protect me from something more unlikely than winning the lottery or being knocked over crossing the road, my civil liberties have to be eroded. Maybe we should erode civil liberties in order to protect people from being struck by lightning? Control...

    Started by Lucifer Box, 10th September 2005 16:31
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  2. City says homeowners should be braced for period of falling prices

    City says homeowners should be braced for period of falling prices · Official figures challenged by analysts · Warning that market is already in retreat Larry Elliott and Charlotte Moore Tuesday September 13, 2005 The Guardian The City was last night warning homeowners to brace...

    Started by AtW, 13th September 2005 09:30
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  3. Companies recruiting..

    Hello, I am looking for contract job with in C, C++, Java & Unix . Can someone suggest me any companies recruiting C++, Java Profs? Or any good agencies? Thanks in advance :help:

    Started by Singleton, 13th September 2005 10:24
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  4. We love GB, we do!

    even proper companies get the GB treatment.... here's from the torygraph: UK companies languish high in world tax league By Malcolm Moore, Economics Correspondent (Filed: 13/09/2005) British companies pay more than twice as much in direct and indirect taxes than their counterparts in the...

    Started by Rebecca Loos, 13th September 2005 10:48
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  5. Terrorist to be deported Here we long before the terrorists lawyer lodges another appeal (possibly a call to the human rights commision or what ever its called in the EU?) :D The sooner the guy gets here the sooner we can start to torture him :D Mailman

    Started by Mailman, 13th September 2005 12:18
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  6. Wouldn't worry about the protest.... Their attempts to organise a protest are hilarious! Expect a couple of trucks going slow on a few roads and a small group of people being gathered up by the police at a few refineries... Unless they’re being very quiet and are...

    Started by scriblesvurt, 13th September 2005 11:06
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  7. Thumbs up Well....

    it looks like England have done it - I can look forward to a quiet night for a change as I have usually loud Aussie neighbours. Well done England.

    Started by Chico, 12th September 2005 16:06
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  8. Wtf?

    From BBC NEWS "George Bush and the "right-wing neo-con establishment" have promoted a "clash of civilisations" between Muslims and the West, Ken Livingstone has said." speechless!

    Started by Dundeegeorge, 13th September 2005 09:48
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  9. This'll be a mess: Minimum buy to fight fuel panic Motorists may have to make a "minimum purchase" at petrol pumps to prevent panic-buying in the event of refinery blockades, fuel retailers have warned. Milan.

    Started by milanbenes, 12th September 2005 09:36
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  10. Glasgow

    What does the panel think about this city? I went there over the weekend and I was quite impressed. Quite a nice place. Architecturally very interesting; nice accent; lively but not aggressive drunkenness on Sauchiehall and surrounding streets; not far from Loch Lomond etc. The only thing was...

    Started by Rebecca Loos, 12th September 2005 16:21
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  11. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    "He's tall isn't he?" "You're just dirty" :banana:

    Started by threaded, 12th September 2005 18:34
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  12. Blunkett tells EU to learn from UK's job creation plans,3604,1568564,00.html "David Blunkett yesterday challenged the EU to learn from the government's success in helping people back into work and promised to look at new ways of cutting unemployment. "With almost one in three people in Europe deemed...

    Started by milanbenes, 13th September 2005 07:04
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  13. Cant afford petrol? Well made me chuckle

    Started by Harrysp, 10th September 2005 18:02
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  14. Bird or Bloke ?

    The fate of the Christian Church hangs on a simple Bird or Bloke question. Just ask Chico. Who better to answer this question than the assorted sexual deviants on this board. So I ask you, has Lenny painted a Bird or a Bloke here, is it Mary Mags, or Jonny Depp?

    Started by Jabberwocky, 12th September 2005 09:53
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  15. HP Source - 5,900 jobs to go in Europe Hewlett-Packard (HP) is to cut 5,900 jobs across Europe as part of a worldwide restructuring drive. The US computer and IT giant said 1,240 jobs would go in France, where the firm currently employs 4,800 workers. HP announced in July that it...

    Started by DimPrawn, 12th September 2005 18:49
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  16. Wonderful new idea from the government

    Wonderful new idea for first time buyers :rollin:

    Started by BlasterBates, 12th September 2005 17:14
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  17. Roger Waters on the Today programme

    this morning. Talking about his new opera. As in Bryn Terfel etc. All about the French Revolution apparently. Not a lot of bass guitar in the bit they played though. About 45 mins into the program, just before thought for the day.

    Started by zeitghost, 10th September 2005 07:46
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  18. Custard Pie for Clarkson

    Poor old Jeremy...,,30000-13436604,00.html Broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson has been hit in the face with a custard pie at a degree ceremony. The outspoken Top Gear presenter was at Oxford Brookes University to collect an honorary degree in recognition...

    Started by hyperD, 12th September 2005 14:59
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  19. Question BBC Autumn Schedule

    For a few weeks they've been advertising the BBC autumn season (A Midsummer Night's Dream, etc.). Does anyone know what music is playing on the ad?

    Started by WageSlave, 12th September 2005 11:53
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  20. Gordon Brown launches campaign video

    Started by DimPrawn, 9th September 2005 14:17
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