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  1. I must admit i have not looked at the details but I assume she has a "Company" that charge for her services and then pays her a wage which she pays "Income tax" on? If that is the case surely the HMRC should be also getting VAT payments for the services, Employer national insurance contributions and corporation tax on the "profits" on top of her income tax and NI contributions as an employee?
  2. Happy Birthday Famous People born on March 22nd: 1599 Sir Anthony van Dyck (portrait painter) 1797 Wilhelm I (King of Prussia 1861-1888, German Emperor 1871-1888) 1887 Chico Marx (comedian, actor) 1923 Marcel Marceau (mime artist) 1930 Pat Robertson (televanglist) 1930 Stephen Sondheim (composer, lyricist) 1931 William Shatner (actor) 1934 Orrin Hatch (US politician) 1936 Roger Whittaker (singer) 1942 Ted+Kaczynski (terrorist - "The Unabomber") 1946 Rudy Rucker (author) 1947 James Patterson (author) 1948 Andrew Lloyd Weber (composer) 1948 Wolf Blitzer (journalist) 1950 Jocky Wilson (darts player) 1959 Matthew Modine (actor) 1973 Beverley Knight (singer) 1975 Cole Hauser (actor) 1976 Reese Witherspoon (actress) March 22nd in History: 1888 The Football League, the world's oldest soccer league, is founded. 1907 Taximeters introduced in London taxi cabs. 1923 First radio broadcast of an ice hockey game. 1945 Arab League founded. 1950 Egypt demands that Britain remove all its military forces from the Suez Canal. 1963 Please Please Me, The Beatles' first album is released. 1972 US Congress sends the Equal Rights Amendment to the states for ratification. 1993 Intel introduces the Pentium microprocessor. 2006 ETA, the Basque separatist movement, declares a permanent ceasefire.
  3. They probably agreed the way it was going to be put to our Parliament to run down the clock so a magic compromise solution was reached that could be plucked "out of the Blue" in the last couple of days before 29th March. We control who gets our jobs and benefits but goods and people move freely as before and we pay a bit less in. UK ends up out but in and everyone's relieved. (That may be just me being over cynical :~)
  4. I don't think Brexit will happen until the end of May and I don't mean the Month
  5. Happy Birthday Famous People born on March 19th: 1813 Dr David Livingstone (missionary, explorer) 1848 Wyatt Earp (lawman) 1849 Alfred von Tirpitz (German admiral) 1883 Joseph Stilwell (US General) 1891 Earl Warren (US Supreme Court Justice, politician) 1905 Albert Speer (architect, Nazi minister, war criminal) 1906 Adolf Eichmann (Nazi officer, war criminal) 1928 Patrick McGoohan (actor) 1933 Philip Roth 1936 Ursula Andress (actress) 1937 Egon Krenz (last President of East Germany) 1944 Sirhan Sirhan (assassinated Robert F. Kennedy) 1947 Glenn Close (actress) 1955 Bruce Willis (actor) 1959 Terry Hall (singer - The Specials, Fun Boy Three) 1974 Vida Guerra (model) March 19th in History: 1918 US Congress establishes time zones and introduces Day Light Savings time. 1931 Nevada legalizes gambling. 1932 The Syndey Harbour Bridge opens in Sydney, Australia. 1953 Academy Awards televised for the first time. 1982 Argentine forces land on South Georgia, triggering the Falklands War with the UK. 2003 US President George Bush orders the start of the war with Iraq.
  6. Brexit with no deal simulated by a border control strike at the Channel tunnel 5 days ago.
  7. Happy Birthday Famous People born on March 18th: 1837 Grover Cleveland (22nd and 24th US President) 1858 Rudolf Diesel (engineer, inventor of the Diesel engine) 1869 Neville Chamberlain (British Prime Minister) 1893 Wilfred Owen (Great War poet) 1915 Richard Condon (author) 1925 James Pickles (British Judge, newspaper columnist) 1926 Peter Graves (actor) 1932 John Updike (author) 1936 Fredrik Willem de Klerk (South African State President 1989-1994) 1938 Shashi Kapoor (actor, film director) 1939 Ron Atkinson (soccer player and manager, soccer pundit) 1941 Wilson Pickett (singer) 1949 Alex "Hurricane" Higgins (snooker player) 1951 Ben Cohen (co-founder of Ben & Jerry's) 1959 Luc Besson (film producer/director, writer) 1959 Irene Cara (singer, actress) 1963 Vanessa Williams (singer, actress) 1966 Peter Jones (entrepreneur) 1970 Queen Latifah (singer, rapper, actress) 1972 Dane Cook (comedian, actor) 1977 Danny Murphy (soccer player) March 18th in History: 37 Roman Senate proclaims Caligula as Emperor. 1850 American Express founded. 1938 Mexico nationalizes all foreign owned oil companies in the country. 1944 Volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius destroys two nearby villages. 1965 Soviet cosmonaut Aleksei Leonov is the first man to walk in space. 1968 The Torrey Canyon, a supertanker, runs aground off the coast of Cornwall, England. 1970 Lon Nol becomes leader of Cambodia in a coup. 1992 Microsoft introduces Windows 3.1.
  8. Don't think it got as far as the planning department at the council though? https://planning.bury.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage
  9. HMRC have set procedures for VAT and PAYE collections. Specific dates for declaration and payment, fines when late, and debt recovery when the limits are reached. Remember the payments are on going not "one off bills" i.e another one is due fairly quickly. Agreements are though offered to pay arrears in instalments but only if thought sustainable whilst making the future amounts that will fall due. They just choose to use WUPs instead of bailiffs because it's cheaper, quicker and more effective.
  10. This from Twitter today. A demonstration with a very appropriate signpost :~)
  11. https://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/17503782.plans-to-cut-almost-60-jobs-at-north-yorkshire-police/?ref=twtrec
  12. Wouldn't happen in Brazil :~)
  13. https://twitter.com/BBCRadioManc/status/1106583941836881920
  14. Did your MP vote for you? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47569013?ns_mchannel=social&ns_campaign=bbc_politics&ns_linkname=news_central&ns_source=twitter
  15. Happy Birthday Famous People born on March 15th: 1767 Andrew Jackson (7th US President) 1815 John Snow (physician - identified contaminated water as the cause of cholera) 1860 Waldemar Haffkine (bacteriologist - developed first vaccines for bubonic plague and cholera) 1935 Jimmy Swaggart (televangalist) 1940 Frank Dobson (British politician) 1943 David Cronenberg (film director) 1944 Sly Stone (musician) 1955 Dee Snider (singer - Twisted Sister) 1962 Terence Trent D'Arby (singer) 1963 Brett Michaels (musician - Poison) 1971 Penny Lancaster (model, photographer) 1975 Eva Longoria (actress) 1975 Will.i.am (recording artist, songwriter, DJ, record producer) March 15th in History:788887 44 BC Julius Caesar is stabbed to death. 1493 Christopher Columbus returns to Spain after his first trip to the New World. 1820 Maine admitted as 23rd US state. 1892 Liverpool FC (soccer club) founded. 1906 Rolls-Royce incorporated. 1909 Selfridges opens in London, England. 1916 Woodrow Wilson sends 4,800 US troops into Mexico to pursue Pancho Villa. 1922 Egypt independent from UK. 1933 Engelbert Dollfuss takes dictatorial powers over Austria. 1956 My Fair Lady premiers in New York City. 1961 South Africa withdraws from the British Commonwealth. 1985 First internet domain name (symbolics.com) is registered. 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev elected first President of the USSR. 1990 Iraq hangs the British journalist Farzad Bazoft for spying.
  16. The Speaker does not take part in debate or vote (except to break ties; and even then, the convention is that the speaker casts the tie-breaking vote according to Speaker Denison's rule).
  17. Surely 1 additional bi-lateral vote is enough?
  18. The House of Commons will be given the first opportunity to vote for a second referendum today. The speaker, John Bercow, selected an amemndment from Sarah Wollaston, who recently left the Tories to join the Independent group. More To follow https://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/mps-given-first-chance-to-vote-on-second-referendum/14/03/
  19. EU citizens living in the UK will be able to vote in the next European Elections, that will be held on May 2019. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/unitedkingdom/en/your-meps/european_elections/eligibility-to-vote-in-the-uk.html
  20. htthttps://twitter.com/PeoplesMomentum/status/1105839768284381185
  21. Just had a quick look. A 3 bed terraced house in Southwark appears to fall in Band F £1431.19
  22. Probably why MPs call there constituency address their second home?
  23. So we didn't have to agree with everything as a member then?
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