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    Re: Farm worker shortage

    good luck to anyone offering 6.38 an hour here ( Canadian minimum wage )
    I know many organic farms rely on Woofers ( check them out ) only get board and lodging, but hey ho it is a good thing to do...
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    Re: Election Result Predictions?

    I expect it was " dry little sticks in 76":undecided:

    The trouble with so many of these schemes today is the huge number of deer across the country who just love to coppice them no matter how tall...
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    Re: Election Result Predictions?

    60, million's trees a year, that is 60,000 acres lost to agriculture a year won't be any left soon.
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    Re: Election Result Predictions?

    "The Brexit Party" has never been a party, it is a limited company owned by Farage and one other ( Aroon Banks I believe but may be mistaken)
    This means he does not have to make any account about...
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    Re: Election Result Predictions?

    I aim yet to see what his deal gives that May's deal did not except a border in the Irish Sea. This as we all know is never going to be accepted by the DUP, even though many in Northern Ireland will...
  6. Thread: Irish Border

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    Re: Irish Border

    Certainly Irish rates are far lower at 12.5% and some 6.5%
    However historically London has been low compared to most nations with a level of 19% compared to US 35% with similar across a lot of the...
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    Resin driveways

    I see the advertising banner over the top of the Forum today is promoting resin driveways.
    I appreciate the forum needs such advertising to pay its costs, however having been the proud owner of a...
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    Re: Irish Border

    Jack, it is not just Dublin seen as a cheap tax haven. London has this honour too, my sons company is the largest multi nationals in its field. If you had asked Joe Bloggs on the omnibus where this...
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    Re: Irish Border

    We have a similar scam operates here.
    The customer goes into the dealership and leases a car for 20,000 costs only 3,500 a year
    he pays he thinks near zero interest so it must be a good deal!...
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    Re: Irish Border

    There won't be many new cars sold if interest rates rise to levels that are more normal in this country
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    Re: Irish Border

    but their power will be far more once we are out, Our government could have done far more t5o ensure other countries followed EU rules like the sow stall ban, but they were never interested as our...
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    Re: Irish Border

    Actually Nissan is as much a French company as it is tied up with Renault.
    you can be certain that the Sunderland plangent will go and production will move to France and Spain
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    Re: Irish Border

    The day we see this government put tariffs on food import will be the day you see pigs fly!
  14. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    Jack I think you will find it extremely difficult to justify the statement , when we joined we exported 3 times the amount we to them than we imported.
    The figures are just not there. it does not...
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    Re: Boris

    Europe has zero power over us Jack, we can leave tomorrow if we can agree what we want
    They are sorry to see us leave which is why they are giving us extensions, however we are certainly trying...
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    Re: Irish Border

    to tie the goat down ?;)
  17. Thread: Boris

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    Re: Boris

    This is so wrong, there are many decent honest MPs in parliament who work tirelessly for the public. Sadly they all get tarred with the same brush. I have met many who are very genuine people, then...
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    Re: Boris

    you go down a very dangerous route decreeing the courts in the wrong.
    It may be Jeremy Corbyn and his mates next year proroguing parliament so they can achieve their long term aims.
    We may not...
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    Re: European cooperation.

    The impression I have from my friends in Spain is that the real reason cash is king is purely for the same reason builders here prefer it. My wife is a fan of plant and garden fairs/ shows. I have...
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    Re: Boris

    It has come to notice because it was realised the company she runs, is not in fact based in Cheshire, as was stated in her application. It may have a Cheshire phone number but this is on permanent...
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    Re: Boris

    There is another fly in the ointment waiting for Boris too.
    Jennifer Arcuri

    Why did this young lady receive 110,000 from the Mayor of London's office for promoting diversity in the cybercrime...
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    Re: European cooperation.

    I know that route Jack and you are right, up to a point, many of those places never made anything they were constructed on the back of large grants , often funded from Brussels. The factories were...
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    Re: European cooperation.

    But Jack those Southern European nations signed up to the Euro on their own free accord. They did it fantasising that it would bring their economies into line with Germany. Certainly they enjoyed fun...
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    Re: harvest in the 50's

    I have come to the conclusion it is posed, however the sacks do rather indicate it is from the Towcester area. Towcester mill was owned by the Hesketh family as was half the land in the Surrounding...
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    harvest in the 50's

    OK In have bought this from the dark side
    it would be great if these characters could be identified.
    hope this link works
    The bags on the trailer seem to indicate that they are from Towcester in...
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