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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Willtell 5:51 Sun Aug 18
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New Jersey 4:09

A few government ministers have said this morning that the document was drawn up under Mrs May as a worse case scenario from the pro-EU civil service.

Hermit Road 5:48 Sun Aug 18
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Woden 5:20 Sun Aug 18

Whatever you do now with non EU countries.

That being said, if after 3 years you haven’t worked that out and have resorted to asking for help on here, then your company probably has bigger problems.

riosleftsock 5:34 Sun Aug 18
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Woden

What do you currently do in respect of non-EU countries presently?

Alwaysaniron 5:28 Sun Aug 18
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Brexiteers; none so blind as those that can not see! I wonder if Osterich syndrome will become an actual thing? Perhaps ‘Bellends’. Will become the new collective noun for those with Ostrich syndrome.

Woden 5:20 Sun Aug 18
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Having a UK Ltd company what do we do with our VAT returns ref the EU sales bit. Has No Deal thought of that It's not project fear it's fucking chaos.

, 5:09 Sun Aug 18
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Project unduly fearful, project naive optimism and project reality. You choose.

I choose project reality but the trouble is when project reality talks some see fear and others see u founded optimism.

Mike Oxsaw 4:44 Sun Aug 18
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I suspect that civil servants are royally pissed of because the UK leaving the EU will signal the end of their chances of "secondment" to a department in Brussels and all the extra perks that brings.

New Jersey 4:09 Sun Aug 18
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I see the Whitehall mandarins are getting involved in project fear, what those wankers say, I would take with a pinch of salt. Fuel shortages in the SE, fuck me, I never knew Saudi was in the EU and we get all out fuel from those massive refineries in France, Germany etc.

CEO of Next, Simon Wolfson, not one for outrageous statements, thinks the no deal preparations are going fine, although obviously he would like a deal.

Who to believe, Whitehall civil servants or one of the most prominent and successful businessman in the UK?

Kaiser Zoso 3:59 Sun Aug 18
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This Corbyn led caretaker government idea didn’t last 5 minutes then?

Coffee 2:56 Sun Aug 18
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Pot called the pickle black.

Hammer and Pickle 2:53 Sun Aug 18
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You’re very insane, Josephine.

Johnson 2:51 Sun Aug 18
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I’m more interested in it being a signal that your poncing is coming to an end.

Who’s going to fund you now?

Hammer and Pickle 2:46 Sun Aug 18
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Yet another signal that what passes as the current UK government is more interested in divvy posturing to towards its retard base than formulating actual policy and legislative initiatives.

Oh and the pound is gonna take another wallop tomorrow.

Johnson 2:25 Sun Aug 18
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Gutted REMOANERS?

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/brexit-secretary-signs-order-to-scrap-1972-brussels-act-ending-all-eu-law-in-the-uk

Willtell 2:18 Sun Aug 18
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"Health warning: one source familiar with Yellowhammer and v much on the anti-no deal side told me last week YH was about the “worst case scenario” that could come from no deal. In other words, all this won’t necessarily happen after a no deal."

NOT a fact at all....

Alwaysaniron 10:58 Sun Aug 18
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Well well well

So project fear is in actual fact Real Fear.

Now there’s a surprise. Still the Brexit lemmings continue their march into the abyss!

Mike Oxsaw 3:37 Sat Aug 17
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New Jersey 3:13 Sat Aug 17

Yeah, I seem to recall one of the so-far named companies running all their operations in the UK, except for the server that stored & processed ordered. That was in Luxembourg and they were able to argue successfully on that single fact that sales were originated & completed there.

I believe the EU actually stamped on that one, but more out of fear of who had set it up in the first place...

zebthecat 3:20 Sat Aug 17
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From a sister Starbucks company of course.

zebthecat 3:19 Sat Aug 17
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New Jersey 3:13 Sat Aug 17

That was Starbucks wheeze. They bought all their coffee from that well known coffee growing nation Switzerland at inflated prices thus wiping out their profit.

New Jersey 3:13 Sat Aug 17
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Mike - Don't they also use 'transfer payments' to ensure the profits end up in low tax countries such as Luxembourg?

This will only increase if Corbyn increase the Corporation tax rate in the UK, which at present is quite competitive at 19%!

Mike Oxsaw 3:03 Sat Aug 17
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New Jersey 2:36 Sat Aug 17

Many of these companies will have undisclosed "technology advisory boards", or some such entity within their ranks (happens all the time in my area of business).

For no apparent operational reason related to their core business, they always seem to include a senior politician and a senior civil servant who has significant purchasing authority. Some may include a senior tax official.

These are basically a conduit between the corporation and the government (department) of whatever nation the corporation is operating in.

The board name and the official "stipend" that comes with the post are low/innocent enough to not initiate any investigation, but the perks both ways are enormous.

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