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  1. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 16:09
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    Tribunals aren't always (or even often) the answer.

    In my cases, because I found a new job straight away, I'd have got nothing out of a tribunal other than a moral victory (if that).

    Negotiated...

  2. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 15:24
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    There’s a huge amount of bad practice in the private sector where small scale redundancies are carried out. Identifying these, while not usually saving any jobs, can lead to negotiated higher...

  3. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 14:19
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    Well I can represent myself and indeed that's the excuse the union keep making whenever I've asked them for help.
    That and "redundancies aren't the type of thing we get involved with unless it's...

  4. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 14:05
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    More than my union will do, even though I work in one of the industries they purport to cover!

  5. Forum: Christmas Forem 2019 POST: 8th December 2019, 12:55
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    No turkey - eating meat destroys the planet
    No crackers - can't be having plastic toys and wasted paper
    No presents - the wrapping paper destroys the environment
    No presents (again) - the vehicles...

  6. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 11:57
    Shan't.

  7. Forum: Christmas Forem 2019 POST: 8th December 2019, 11:56
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    Good grief, is there no end to lefties trying to spoil everyone's fun? FFS!

    Yeah let's not buy any Christmas crackers, the entire planet will be saved.

  8. Forum: Christmas Forem 2019 POST: 8th December 2019, 11:54
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    Foul abuse!

  9. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 8th December 2019, 11:53
    I still do not know who I shall be voting for.

    My vote doesn't really matter as my area is an absolutely massive Labour stronghold and one of the safest Labour seats in the country.

  10. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 8th December 2019, 11:12
    How childish.

  11. Forum: Music & Video POST: 7th December 2019, 23:57
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    Did this in the school choir!


    https://youtu.be/u5HFosuArRM

  12. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 6th December 2019, 08:02

    Re: Nu-Lab

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    The whole concept was credible at that time, notably in opposition but also for the first term in government. Certainly despite everything Blair won three landslides. We need someone who can do that...

  13. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 6th December 2019, 07:52

    Re: Nu-Lab

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    Nu-Lab as a concept and a party, as commonly understood, started in 1994 and was a creation of Blair, Brown, Mandelson and Campbell.

  14. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 5th December 2019, 23:51
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    Shan't.

  15. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 5th December 2019, 23:48
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    Fork Me style ABUSE.

  16. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 5th December 2019, 23:28
    Despite which, Nu-Lab spent all the money.

  17. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 5th December 2019, 22:14
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    Rivetting.

  18. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 5th December 2019, 22:09
    Well we have just about enough members to form a cabinet.

    Bobbobson could be Secretary of State for the environment (or whatever it's called these days).
    Dordie could be Home Secretary.
    Forker...

  19. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 5th December 2019, 22:06

    Re: Nu-Lab

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    Eh? Nu Lab came into being in 1994 after John Smith's death. They were then in opposition for three years until the 1997 election.

  20. Forum: General Election 2019 POST: 5th December 2019, 22:03

    Re: Nu-Lab

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    Keir Starmer would be a good next leader in my view, with a Blair style complete reform of the party.
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