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userBulletguy
Posted: 12 March 2019 1:02 PM
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At only 30 min long it was rather crammed tbh and warranted double that time.

Mogg doesn't have to declare his hedge fund income due to tax avoidance which is what raking millions in is all about. They don't care how they make it or at what human cost it comes as long as they profit. So to get an estimate of the amount Dispatches asked a Professor of Accounting to look at the figures and he estimated the amount at £7 million. This brought much shoulder shrugging and poo pooing from Mogg flippantly repeating, "i pay my taxes". Moggs investment company doesn't make any investments in UK.

The odious Odey also featured. All pee in the same pot of greed and scoff from the same trough.

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.
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Posted: 12 March 2019 3:03 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

Kinda makes me think her business model was stuck together with euro glue ........

Perhaps she should do a Fat Pat deal...... and get a British taxpayer funded bung via the EU ........



Edited by pelmetman 2019-03-12 3:06 PM
userBulletguy
Posted: 12 March 2019 4:51 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.
userpelmetman
Posted: 12 March 2019 5:18 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 4:51 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.


So another victim of the internet ..........NOT BREXIT ........

If you don't believe me.......ask Toy's R Us why they're closing 800 stores in the USA .......

userBulletguy
Posted: 12 March 2019 8:07 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-03-12 5:18 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 4:51 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.


So another victim of the internet .........

Where on earth have you drawn that conclusion from? Since when has www. been responsible or contributory in any form?

NOT BREXIT ........

YES BREXIT IS a contributory cause to businesses closing or relocating and only the most naive blinkered fool would attempt to continue denying it. It's about time you took responsibility for your actions and owned the sh1t you've created.
userantony1969
Posted: 12 March 2019 8:09 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 8:07 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 5:18 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 4:51 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.


So another victim of the internet .........

Where on earth have you drawn that conclusion from? Since when has www. been responsible or contributory in any form?

NOT BREXIT ........

YES BREXIT IS a contributory cause to businesses closing or relocating and only the most naive blinkered fool would attempt to continue denying it. It's about time you took responsibility for your actions and owned the sh1t you've created.


Dave placed an X by his choice ... The politicians since then have created the sh!t
userpelmetman
Posted: 12 March 2019 8:12 PM
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Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 8:07 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 5:18 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 4:51 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.


So another victim of the internet .........

Where on earth have you drawn that conclusion from? Since when has www. been responsible or contributory in any form?

NOT BREXIT ........

YES BREXIT IS a contributory cause to businesses closing or relocating and only the most naive blinkered fool would attempt to continue denying it. It's about time you took responsibility for your actions and owned the sh1t you've created.


Looks like that sh1t I've created could turn into a No Deal ........

No...... dont thank me ..........

userantony1969
Posted: 12 March 2019 8:15 PM
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pelmetman - 2019-03-12 8:12 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 8:07 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 5:18 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 4:51 PM

pelmetman - 2019-03-12 3:03 PM

Bulletguy - 2019-03-12 1:02 PM

They interviewed a lady who ran two small businesses, or rather, used to. She's had to close one down due to the exchange rate and crash in pound after the referendum which increased her prices to the point she could no longer sustain. She had to make three of her employees redundant and now battling to save the one shop she has left.


So she imported stuff and couldn't withstand a exchange rate fall to 2013 levels? ..........

One of her businesses was a toy shop so not exactly 'essential goods' but there's only so much any business can pass on to the customer before they have to close the door. Some will be operating on quite a small percent mark up margin. How much was imported wasn't mentioned but as we import way more goods than we export, this is going to apply to all including 'essential' as prices will rise.

The wealthy are well cushioned against that and won't even notice. As usual it will hit the less well off in society not to mention the thousands now facing job losses.


So another victim of the internet .........

Where on earth have you drawn that conclusion from? Since when has www. been responsible or contributory in any form?

NOT BREXIT ........

YES BREXIT IS a contributory cause to businesses closing or relocating and only the most naive blinkered fool would attempt to continue denying it. It's about time you took responsibility for your actions and owned the sh1t you've created.


Looks like that sh1t I've created could turn into a No Deal ........

No...... dont thank me ..........



Never has sh!t had such a sweet smell
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