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#3719

JW - hi

One of us does m8
JAR
:grin:


#3720

It can pay all its men less instead.


#3721

Its nothing like 10 months. There will be a 2 month summer break and everything has to be decided by around the end of September to allow the member parliaments to debate and vote on it.

Being generous they have about 6 or 7 rounds of discussions to settle deals across every sector of business, manufacturing and services between 2 of the 7 largest economies in the world.

The only way it can possibly happen is if Johnson completely caves in AGAIN and gives the EU what it wants, which wont be good for the turkeys that voted for this, or the realists who voted against it.


#3722

Eadwig - hi

Of course it could, it’s their call - but then will probably lose some of the men to competitors.

Of more interest to me is that the license fee for the BBC is passed it’s ‘sell by’ date. When it was formed and the BBC was the only broadcaster the idea of users needing a license was valid. Especially as it’s charter called for impartiality.

Now:

  1. there are many alternatives to the BBC (ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky, Amazon , Netflix etc. ), plus online content who do not get money from an obligatory ‘tax’
  2. the BBC has become more liberal / left wing so is no longer impartial

John Humphrys attacks BBC’s ‘liberal bias’ days after retiring
Mark Townsend- Guardian
Sat 21 Sep 2019 17.28 BSTLast modified on Sat 21 Sep 2019 20.29 BST

'Humphrys described what he labelled the “institutional liberal bias” at the BBC and condemned the “Kremlin”-style corporation for being out of touch.
He writes that BBC bosses were devastated by the victory of the Leave campaign, and likened their expressions following the referendum to a football fan whose team has just missed a penalty. ’

There is a place for the BBC but has to adapt to the media world as it now is.
Provide what it’s customers want and attract them with either a subscription fee or adverts (as it does outside the UK) - or a mixture of both.
JAR


#3723

Everyday…

…we hear the sound “drip, drip”. Today it is Total planning to move its financial management from London to Paris.

There will be a lot more of this to come.

Frog in a tree


#3724

FIAT - hi

But will it stop Brexit?
Answers on a postcard please to …
B Johnson
10 Downing Street
London SW1A 2AA
Tick … Tock…
16 days to go
JAR
:jack_o_lantern:


#3725

I did not say it would stop Brexit. It will be a consequence, one of many negative consequences, courtesy of Leave voters. You voted for it and you will own it.

Frog


#3726

FIAT - hi

So - your posts will have no practical effect then.
I suppose the ‘displacement activity’ gives you something to do
JAR


#3727

So what. i am not trying to stop Brexit with these posts. I am simply commenting on the likely consequences of Brexit Your responses will not deter me from discussing this.

Frog in a tree


#3728

FIAT - hi

I’m sure the other Remainers will carry on doing the same displacement activity as you to keep each other happy (or is it miserable?).
Tick… Tock…
JAR


#3729

JW - hi

This will help m8 :laughing:

’Oh Rebecca Long-Bailey’

Jeremy Corbyn’s hard-left protege Rebecca Long-Bailey takes a shock five point LEAD over centrist Keir Starmer in Labour leadership race, new poll shows
Hard-left Corbynite Rebecca Long-Bailey is in the lead for the Labour leadership
She is the leading choice of figures such as John McDonnell and Diane Abbott
The survey stated that if an election took place she would win with 42 per cent
By DANIEL MARTIN POLICY EDITOR FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 22:03, 15 January 2020 | UPDATED: 00:23, 16 January 2020

The good news keeps on coming
JAR


#3730

Everyday…

…we hear news, that isn’t always as bad as we were led to believe.


#3731

Trisco - hi

Agree m8. In the remainers parallel universe … good news is bad news.
Tick… Tock…
JAR


#3732

No it wasn’t. No other country in the world required you to pay for a license for owning a TV. It was a joke then, it is unbelievable today.

Typical Tory. Tax, Tax, Tax., the more regressive the better.


#3733

Are you really pretending the RICS index wasn’t down 12% in December?


#3734

Oh yes you are. What a short-sighted idiot.


#3735

No.

I’m highlighting a report showing an improvement to the housing market, following the election. Given the uncertainty over how Brexit would pan out, or who would form a Government after the election, it’s of little surprise the housing market was massively subdued in the latter half of 2019.

However, that has now passed, 2019 is now history, and RICS are reporting what appears to be some positive news. No need for anyone to get carried away, least of all Brexiteers, but if you want to rubbish it, discredit it, or turn your nose up then carry on.

This is the Everyday thread - a thread designed to publish bad news stories about Brexit.

I thought I’d publish a positive one.

I must say, I’m rather shocked that you’d jump to find fault.


#3736

Eadwig - good morning

As selective and blinkered as usual I see.
I referred to the BBC (the clue if it helps your comprehension deficit), is that it stands for the British Broadcasting Corporation.
The examples I subsequently gave were of competitive companies it now faces in the UK.
Good to see that you (apparently) think that the ‘tax’ (aka licence fee) the BBC receives is wrong - and always has been!
No other country in the world required you to pay for a license for owning a TV. It was a joke then, it is unbelievable today.
Typical Tory. Tax, Tax, Tax., Wrong again m8- as a Conservative I want to reduce taxation.
A good start is to abolish the BBC (just to remind you again British ) License Fee
JAR


#3737

Everyday…

…we hear of how Brexit is damaging our car industry. Here is another story about how how seriously damaged the industry is and about the weakness of government action to protect it.

Frog in a tree


#3738

Using the GOVS figures shows BOJOs deal will be even worse than Mays… and they think theyve won something ??