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Japan Jambo
1 hour ago, Cade said:

HMRC is opening a new office in Newcastle.

 

"Great, this is part of levelling up the north", I hear you cry.

 

The office they're renting belongs to "Reuben Brothers (Newcastle) Limited", which when you look on Company's House, has a single shareholder, Taras Properties Ltd, registered in the British Virgin Islands.

 

The Reuben Brothers themselves are Tory party donors and part of the consortium that bought Newcastle football club.

 

So, HMRC, which is supposed to be trying to close offshore tax loopholes, is in fact using them to rent its own offices

 

:rofl:

 

handy when the rent review comes around though.

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1 minute ago, Japan Jambo said:

 

handy when the rent review comes around though.


 

Probably got a cracking deal on the initial lease, which obviously supersedes who actually owns the building.  

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WorldChampions1902
2 hours ago, Cade said:

HMRC is opening a new office in Newcastle.

 

"Great, this is part of levelling up the north", I hear you cry.

 

The office they're renting belongs to "Reuben Brothers (Newcastle) Limited", which when you look on Company's House, has a single shareholder, Taras Properties Ltd, registered in the British Virgin Islands.

 

The Reuben Brothers themselves are Tory party donors and part of the consortium that bought Newcastle football club.

 

So, HMRC, which is supposed to be trying to close offshore tax loopholes, is in fact using them to rent its own offices

 

:rofl:

Corrupt to the core.

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2 hours ago, Cade said:

HMRC is opening a new office in Newcastle.

 

"Great, this is part of levelling up the north", I hear you cry.

 

The office they're renting belongs to "Reuben Brothers (Newcastle) Limited", which when you look on Company's House, has a single shareholder, Taras Properties Ltd, registered in the British Virgin Islands.

 

The Reuben Brothers themselves are Tory party donors and part of the consortium that bought Newcastle football club.

 

So, HMRC, which is supposed to be trying to close offshore tax loopholes, is in fact using them to rent its own offices

 

:rofl:

They're shutting their complex in Longbenton so no new jobs getting created

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57 minutes ago, XB52 said:

They're shutting their complex in Longbenton so no new jobs getting created

Yeah they're just shunting people oop north so Boris can bang on about "levelling up"

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Francis Albert
20 hours ago, The Mighty Thor said:

That is truly shocking. 

Another thing they were going to sort out. 

Like every government for decades. 

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Nick Fletcher, MP for the Don Valley, reckons that crime rates are up because diverse casting is reducing the amount of positive male characters on popular media, leaving young men with only bullies and gangsters as inspiration.

 

:gok:

 

 

He's actually serious. He's been bleating about this single subject for YEARS.

 

 

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Victorian
2 minutes ago, Cade said:

Nick Fletcher, MP for the Don Valley, reckons that crime rates are up because diverse casting is reducing the amount of positive male characters on popular media, leaving young men with only bullies and gangsters as inspiration.

 

:gok:

 

 

He's actually serious. He's been bleating about this single subject for YEARS.

 

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/nov/25/bond-doctor-who-casting-women-risks-driving-boys-to-crime-mp

 

:berra:

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2 minutes ago, Cade said:

Nick Fletcher, MP for the Don Valley, reckons that crime rates are up because diverse casting is reducing the amount of positive male characters on popular media, leaving young men with only bullies and gangsters as inspiration.

 

:gok:

 

 

He's actually serious. He's been bleating about this single subject for YEARS.

 

 

Nut job !

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4 minutes ago, Cade said:

Nick Fletcher, MP for the Don Valley, reckons that crime rates are up because diverse casting is reducing the amount of positive male characters on popular media, leaving young men with only bullies and gangsters as inspiration.

 

:gok:

 

 

He's actually serious. He's been bleating about this single subject for YEARS.

 

 

If having few visible role models that resemble you doesn’t make a difference, then why has there been a push to have more black or female heroes? You can laugh all you like, but there’s an element of truth in what he’s saying.

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I must have missed the decades of female crime waves as they didn't have strong female role models on screen.

 

 

 

:look:

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Alex Kintner
4 minutes ago, Cade said:

I must have missed the decades of female crime waves as they didn't have strong female role models on screen.

 

 

 

:look:

 

 

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NANOJAMBO
5 hours ago, XB52 said:

They're shutting their complex in Longbenton so no new jobs getting created

The location will remain in operation for some time because there are a number of different govt  agencies there - DWP was actually the biggest teneant when I worked there and HMRC (at that time) had their people in the city centre so I'm a bit confused by this.

The moves won't even start until 2024. 

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On 24/11/2021 at 19:13, WorldChampions1902 said:

:notsure:

:rofl:

 

You need to stop getting under his skin. 

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In a development that will come as a surprise to nobody, Boris' plans for a bridge linking Scotland and Northern Ireland have been rejected.

 

Not only is the project almost totally unfeasible from an engineering standpoint, even if could be done it would cost 335 billion quid.

 

The alternative of a tunnel is also almost impossible and would cost 209 billion even if the engineering could be done.

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Alex Kintner
8 minutes ago, Cade said:

In a development that will come as a surprise to nobody, Boris' plans for a bridge linking Scotland and Northern Ireland have been rejected.

 

Not only is the project almost totally unfeasible from an engineering standpoint, even if could be done it would cost 335 billion quid.

 

The alternative of a tunnel is also almost impossible and would cost 209 billion even if the engineering could be done.


Teleporters it is then 👍🏻
 

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We already have aeroplanes and ferries.

 

The whole thing was some bonkers attempt to physically link everything together, as if that would stop both Scottish Independence and Irish reunification issues at one stroke.

 

:rofl:

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The Mighty Thor
1 hour ago, Cade said:

In a development that will come as a surprise to nobody, Boris' plans for a bridge linking Scotland and Northern Ireland have been rejected.

 

Not only is the project almost totally unfeasible from an engineering standpoint, even if could be done it would cost 335 billion quid.

 

The alternative of a tunnel is also almost impossible and would cost 209 billion even if the engineering could be done.

And take over 30 years.

 

I'm shocked as I believed him and didn't think it was another of his off the cuff bullshit moments. So out of character. ☹️

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WorldChampions1902
11 minutes ago, Beni said:

It's worth reminding yourself occasionally that this is the actual Crime Minister.

 

 

FTFY

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20 minutes ago, Beni said:

It's worth reminding yourself occasionally that this is the actual Prime Minister.

 

 

Peppa Pig and painting buses onto crates. I don't think he realises he's a big boy now 🤣

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35 minutes ago, Beni said:

It's worth reminding yourself occasionally that this is the actual Prime Minister.

 

 

He has a screw missing. He can’t even verbalise two words together. 

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2 minutes ago, Boy Daniel said:

He has a screw missing. He can’t even verbalise two words together. 

The people who have a screw loose are the ones who voted for him and would suffer as a result.

Beyond madness !

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WorldChampions1902
1 hour ago, Boab said:

The people who have a screw loose are the ones who voted for him and would suffer as a result.

Beyond madness !

Was at the pub today for a retirement farewell. Topic of conversation moved to Spaffer Clownshoes. A number of so-called ‘intelligent’ colleagues jumped to his defence with the usual guff about, “that’s just Boris” and “I really like him” and “there’s nobody else competent”. Sweet Jesus.
 

After all that’s happened I was fully expecting some of the blue-rinse brigade to be wavering in their support for the gravy-stained omnishambles, but seemingly not. 

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3 hours ago, Cade said:

In a development that will come as a surprise to nobody, Boris' plans for a bridge linking Scotland and Northern Ireland have been rejected.

 

Not only is the project almost totally unfeasible from an engineering standpoint, even if could be done it would cost 335 billion quid.

 

The alternative of a tunnel is also almost impossible and would cost 209 billion even if the engineering could be done.

 

I, for one, am stunned that a massively expensive, possibly impossible feat of engineering with zero economic case to back it up isn't going ahead.

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2 hours ago, Footballfirst said:

More openness and transparency from the Selfservatives

 

 

Imagine the fury on here if the SNP was doing this. Incredible.

 

The Randox connection to Tories/Owen Patterson & his missus  should be cause for concern. 

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6 hours ago, Beni said:

It's worth reminding yourself occasionally that this is the actual Prime Minister.

 

 

Apparently it's complete bullshit that he made up to keep certain other things at the time from trending. 

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Footballfirst
10 minutes ago, NANOJAMBO said:

Imagine the fury on here if the SNP was doing this. Incredible.

 

The Randox connection to Tories/Owen Patterson & his missus  should be cause for concern. 

Even the unredacted bits should have raised red flags.

 

Randox didn't have the equipment required to fulfil the contract, nor the wherewithal to get it. They relied on the government to source equipment from universities.

 

I'm sure the universities could have carried out the testing themselves given half a chance.

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14 minutes ago, NANOJAMBO said:

Imagine the fury on here if the SNP was doing this. Incredible.

 

The Randox connection to Tories/Owen Patterson & his missus  should be cause for concern. 

They really need to ask the police to investigate this. 

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3 minutes ago, NANOJAMBO said:

Imagine the fury on here if the SNP was doing this. Incredible.

 

The Randox connection to Tories/Owen Patterson & his missus  should be cause for concern. 

Owen Paterson’s wife, I believe, was the chairperson of Aintree Racecourse, which hosts the Grand National which is now sponsored by Randox. Randox was given a huge contract by the goverment for Covid testing, which has been alleged, was influenced by Jockey Club representation. Dido Harding is also connected within the Jockey Club.
There is a definite stink of corruption in this Paterson affair. It is a real shame that Paterson’s wife took her own life. Terrible for her family. Instead of trying to use that tragedy to garner sympathy for himself, to get him off being found breaking rules and suspended, maybe Paterson and his chums should have asked themselves how they may have contributed to the poor woman’s death.

I wonder if Johnson and Rees Mogg were afraid that Paterson might reveal some information about the Covid contracts that they would rather weren’t in the public domain, so had to be seen to support him.

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10 minutes ago, Boy Daniel said:

They really need to ask the police to investigate this. 

There's a judicial review request going ahead from the Good Law Project following the Met refusal to act following  a request from the SNP into the "peerages for "£3 million" scheme. 

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7 minutes ago, NANOJAMBO said:

There's a judicial review request going ahead from the Good Law Project following the Met refusal to act following  a request from the SNP into the "peerages for "£3 million" scheme. 

I hope it gets past the request stage. It stinks to high heaven. 
I have used Randox for PCR test and didn’t have a problem with the service. However the way it was set up is very dodgy to say the least. 

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1 hour ago, NANOJAMBO said:

Apparently it's complete bullshit that he made up to keep certain other things at the time from trending. 

 

Interesting, and not the only time he's used that tactic apparently.

For some reason it seems like he had cause to disrupt search results for anyone Googling Boris & model, and Boris & police.

No danger Johnson thought this wheeze up by himself, but at that time he may have had a Svengali like data specialist on his team who would cook this up for him (eyesight permitting). 

 

https://www.polemicdigital.com/boris-johnson-google-manipulation/

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WorldChampions1902
12 hours ago, Beni said:

 

Interesting, and not the only time he's used that tactic apparently.

For some reason it seems like he had cause to disrupt search results for anyone Googling Boris & model, and Boris & police.

No danger Johnson thought this wheeze up by himself, but at that time he may have had a Svengali like data specialist on his team who would cook this up for him (eyesight permitting). 

 

https://www.polemicdigital.com/boris-johnson-google-manipulation/

What better way to deflect Google searches away from Tory snouts in the trough of taxpayer funds than to introduce Peppa Pig references into a keynote speech?

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6 minutes ago, WorldChampions1902 said:

What better way to deflect Google searches away from Tory snouts in the trough of taxpayer funds than to introduce Peppa Pig references into a keynote speech?

 

And some people think he's stupid.

Boris Johnson is many things, stupid isn't one of them, everything 'stupid' he does and says is for a reason.

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The Real Maroonblood
36 minutes ago, Jambo-Jimbo said:

 

And some people think he's stupid.

Boris Johnson is many things, stupid isn't one of them, everything 'stupid' he does and says is for a reason.

Stupid- No.

A******e. - Yes.

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22 hours ago, Beni said:

 

Interesting, and not the only time he's used that tactic apparently.

For some reason it seems like he had cause to disrupt search results for anyone Googling Boris & model, and Boris & police.

No danger Johnson thought this wheeze up by himself, but at that time he may have had a Svengali like data specialist on his team who would cook this up for him (eyesight permitting). 

 

https://www.polemicdigital.com/boris-johnson-google-manipulation/

 

very interesting, thanks for the share

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The Mighty Thor
28 minutes ago, Cade said:

"well he never felt me up, so it never happened to anyone else"

 

:cornette:

Harold Shipman never murdered me so he must be innocent

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Savage Vince
1 hour ago, The Mighty Thor said:

Poster child for the hard of thinking, Nadine Dorries, strikes again.....

 

 

Disgusting comment from it.

 

Imagine voting for that filth. 

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The Mighty Thor
6 hours ago, Smithee said:

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Paul Dacre writes it so it must be so.

 

Just ponder for a moment how utterly ruined your head would be if that nazi supporting shit rag was the primary source of your news and current affairs?

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