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  1. Thread: Free at last

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    Re: Free at last

    It seem the management urging employees to buy in is now seen in a rather bad light , especially when you see the deal that has been done guaranteeing the senior staff jobs whilst leaving 85,000...
  2. Thread: Free at last

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    Re: Free at last

    The biggest bastard act ever perpetrated. Look at the backlash this aint over , half of Yorkshire getting burnt .
  3. Thread: Free at last

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    Re: Free at last

    Seems to be the case with high end produce. I think the lobster industry here will survive just be a time without that extreme price they have been enjoying for a while. My brother in law showed me a...
  4. Thread: Free at last

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    Re: Free at last

    I spent Xmas in Tasmania , was going over to visit Brother inlaw at his shack at Ansons Bay , When I asked him if he needed anything he said "yes sausages cos Im sick of eating bloody lobster"..funny...
  5. Thread: Free at last

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    Re: Free at last

    Just a little message from Australia . We have been a net exporter of agricultural produce for many decades and after seeing the cattle market here yesterday I could not think of a better time to...
  6. Thread: Luck money

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    Re: Luck money

    Had this explained to me by a chap who used to be an agent at Ross on Wye , emigrated here & bought a farm . In this country if someone asked for it it would mean a visit from the police. I can see...
  7. Thread: Feeding bulls

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    Feeding bulls

    I have read a lot about the practice of not castrating male cattle & feeding young bulls for slaughter. Is that a practice to suit EU markets? .
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    Re: York potash project

    This has progressed quite well of late , market cap of around a billion not to be sneezed at. The financing part of the equation due to be announced in coming weeks. With the amount of buying being...
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    Re: Brexit reality

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/672563/Turkey-EU-Britain-exclusive-poll-crime-figures-Turks

    !2 million Turks ready to move to the UK ...thats a lot of Kebab shops
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    Re: EU referendum: BREXIT

    Love the comment by that French prick Macron
    " it would open its arms to British-based banks wanting to flee a non-EU Britain and stay in the bloc.
    The Eurogangsters have been jealous of Londons...
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    Re: EU referendum: BREXIT

    I remember when The UK joined the EEC we in Australia were immediately excluded from selling our produce to you overnight , At the time it seemed like our throats had been cut but in the long term we...
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    Re: 5000 tonnes of grain on a train....

    Single track most of the way but with several double line sections to let them pass as coal trains that long go through here day & night , regs say they must be a min 30 minutes apart.Funny how you...
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    Re: 5000 tonnes of grain on a train....

    This went past here a few days ago , would not have been able to do it a few years ago but because this line is used to carry coal to the same port at Newcastle the line has been upgraded .
  14. Thread: calais

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    Re: calais

    An opening for someone to modify trailers to be people proof. Must be bloody scary for the drivers though , how long before they try to highjack a truck. The vision I have seen with sound shows a...
  15. Thread: calais

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    Re: calais

    Maybe large angry dogs tethered in trucks might help.
  16. Thread: calais

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    calais

    Just been watching the news about the migrants climbing into back of lorries to get across channel, Do any actually make it? We had a problem with these people coming by boat from the Middle east &...
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    Re: Escapee........keep your eyes open

    The way this ref was lambasted by those in charge was to say the least , low rent. The Scotts played a great game , so did the Aussies & it was a close thing but 5 tries to 3 is the most telling...
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    Re: York potash project

    Wow so many untruths . No market yet the Boulby mine is ramping up its production & has won approval(seemingly uncontested) for a huge shed to store the stuff & all being done with a Govt grant. So...
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    Re: York potash project

    At 9 billion it's a bloody expensive way to secure a place in the European market considering that the growing demand is from China , India & Brazil.K +S is outside the two cartels ,being Russia &...
  20. Thread: off to syria

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    Re: off to syria

    Thankfull that like Australia you are an island nation , imagine the problems on the European mainland it must be a nightmare .
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    Re: York potash project

    I can't comment on UK enterprise & industry conditions however on the finance front I have seen these blokes in action before & they are very good at it , in fact I would not be surprised if the...
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    Re: York potash project

    Well said, We have the same problem in Oz & it always amazes me how so many are ready to sink the slipper into their own country
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    Re: York potash project

    APPROVED:cool:
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    Re: York potash project

    might one assume that tongue is firmly you know where?
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    Re: York potash project

    "Elsewhere, resource companies are seeking to develop transformative projects, which could create thousands of jobs. In the North York Moors National Park, Sirius Minerals plans to invest around...
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