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  1. Top of the class @ the school for racist plebs Top of the class @ the school for racist plebs Top of the class @ the school for racist plebs Top of the class @ the school for racist plebs
  2. Love that. Mas tur bastion also works
  3. What a weapon. Remember Jack, weather you like it or not. You are a role model. Really suits villa that guy. Utter chav
  4. The lack of clarity was un real. After re playing the speach several times I came to the conclusion that they left the door open for trades to go to work if they cannot afford not to. Untill they sort out the support stuff. Sounds like you may be a key worker on a lock down (or atleast part of your business). what sort of thing do you do?
  5. Yeah very much support you sentiment. And your message is 100% correct. Stay at home. I was expecting empty roads and ghost towns today. Shockingly it was as if nothing has happened. Old lady walking to the shop (at least 80) Kids playing in the street. Endless runners and cyclists. I get we need to get me home. But these are easier fixes. Because your right, This is going south. Stay safe fella
  6. That's very assumptive. In fact any self employed subcontractors pay there tax in advance and its paid by the person that pays them. It isn't like it used to be. Everyone pays by bank transfer. I would say anyone with a turn over of £35k plus simply cannot avoid paying the correct amount of tax. Only the small 'cash in hand' workers have the opportunity to avoid tax. And this will (or should) bite them on the arse now.
  7. To be fair, I'm probably not innocent in all that, but it was always as a reaction to instant abuse of some form. I think we made up in the end tho Yep I'd take that
  8. Completely agree, will say saw plenty of trades out today. All saying the same thing. They will sort it, but untill they do it's business as normal.
  9. It's becoming a massive social devide. Don't expect the masses to care about us, the majority of people on this forum have been instantly abusive to any thought of equality in this matter. It's a case of 'im alright jack' If you turned the tables can you imagine the up roar. Yet we was contrabuting members of society are left to rot and told to put up and shut up. Any respect I once had for humanity is rapidly fading. I hope you and your partner get through this. Stay safe.
  10. What am I going to get fined for? I'm allowed to travel to work that I cannot do from home. We very much respect the social distance approach. If you don't agree with that your issue is with the government, not me. I don't make the rules. And I would prefer to be at home. I appreciate this comes form a good place. But I just hope you can see my point. Give us the fair opportunity to do as the employed are. Thank you for your efforts on the front line. Stay safe.
  11. Jeez Fella. I am not taking anything away from the front line. I fully support them. Obviously?! I am not being supported. Whatsoever. At all. Nothing. Nor is there any plan in place to do so. NOTHING. Nurses should be paid more, agreed. If you need us to stay at home, spread the message that the SE need to be supported to do so. Don't give us a shit choice the moan when we make it. I categorically do not want more. Just the same as the employed. I personally would like to give you a bell end fine.
  12. I believe there having difficulty as some small business are going to benefit from this. So they don't want to send money to people that don't need it (a wild guess at 5% of businesses). Quite right. But there has to be something for the 95% in the meantime. And if someone has dodged tax they can jog on anyway. Got to remember at this point in the year tax return information is 18 months old Thanks, nice to not be abused for my options :laugh:
  13. Again, not taking anything away from people on the front line. This was not even mentioned or implied. So why is this reasonable to some how make my point invalid? We should give those guys everything they need and more. Just want the same support as the employed. It's simple really. That way we can support our NHS by staying at home. We just want the same. Nothing more.
  14. I get your sentiment, but I'm not wondering around. I'm at work. The government has allowed us to do this. And by not supporting the self employed to the same extent as everyone else, there making us make a very hard choice. Your point should be directed at the government. 'support the SE so they stop going out' or something like that. Not, 'pick who lives you monster'. We just want a fair crack, nothing more. If No1 was getting paid to sit at home and they had the choice to work they would be if they had too. End of.
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