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Old 10-03-2020, 06:48 PM   #26
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Live 12:30PM tomorrow
with some help for the Covid 19 sick.

SkyNewsHD 11AM
BBC2HD Live 11:15AM
ITV1HD Live 12 mid day
LBC Radio Live
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Old 11-03-2020, 07:49 AM   #27
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A Early
Bank Of England Cuts Interest Rate to 0.25%
from 0.75%
has been done just after 7AM

[The Bank of England has cut interest rates
and announced help for businesses in an
emergency move to provide
support amid the coronavirus crisis.
Hours before the chancellor Rishi Sunak
prepared to deliver his budget,
which is expected to contain details
of government measures,
the Bank said it had cut interest rates from 0.75% to 0.25%.]

https://news.sky.com/story/bank-of-e...virus-11955027

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Old 11-03-2020, 11:03 AM   #28
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The Governor's
of the Bank of England
told Ed Conway , Economics reporter (SkyNewsHD)
that the Rate Cut can go all the way down to 0.01%

The Bank Of England has also given out a massive package
to help the UK.

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Old 11-03-2020, 12:36 PM   #29
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Rishi is Live Now

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Old 11-03-2020, 12:46 PM   #30
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Sick Notes will soon will be on the 111 service

500Million Pounds Hardship fund for Vulnerable People.
Any Business will not pay Business Rates this Year
Govt. with refund 14 days sick pay. for all working for small businesses
Small Business affected By Covid19 can get loans of up to Ł12m
2bn worth of Cash Grants available for 700,000 smallest businesses
Tampon Tax goes next year. (Jan 2021)
Drinks all Frozen Duty
Fuel Duty Frozen for one last year.

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Old 11-03-2020, 01:07 PM   #31
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Old 11-03-2020, 01:09 PM   #32
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This guy seem to be very likeable,Im enjoying listening to him.
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He seems to have it all covered.
Sort out covering losses due to emergencies first.
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1st December this year
VAT on Digital
books, newspapers and magazines
Abolished

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This was Early AM today.

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Old 11-03-2020, 01:41 PM   #38
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Corbyn Moaning away
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Yes soon a back bencher

Its a Female Speaker in Charge
Corbyn said Mister Speaker

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He's the Opposition, he has to oppose

It was annoying how he kept karping on about 2010, we don't even have the same Government as 2015, let alone 2010!

But some of the holes he pointed out were fair so far.
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He's the Opposition, he has to oppose

It was annoying how he kept karping on about 2010, we don't even have the same Government as 2015, let alone 2010!

But some of the holes he pointed out were fair so far.

Sure thats his job.
Its just he was Negative from the start.

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Sure thats his job.
Its just he was Negative from the start.
He has no obligation to be positive some might say there's not a whole lot to be positive about right now
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Fair Point.



The SNP leader is even Worse
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The SNP leader is even Worse
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God he's like a living headache

I liked when he went full Gammon because the PM was playing with his phone instead of listening to him
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Budgets pretty much always leave me worse off than before..despite how much its claimed I will be rolling in it

Agree with TS, that apparently investing in the north solely because they voted Tory for once..is a bad reason to do it. Mind, even a bad reason for doing it does help, but yeah. Can't see anything changing here still besides more losing money/jobs. The North seems to barely even exist for those in power.
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Budgets pretty much always leave me worse off than before..despite how much its claimed I will be rolling in it

Agree with TS, that apparently investing in the north solely because they voted Tory for once..is a bad reason to do it. Mind, even a bad reason for doing it does help, but yeah. Can't see anything changing here still besides more losing money/jobs. The North seems to barely even exist for those in power.
Tax Free Tampons
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Always pissed me off that sanitary care stuff was/is classed as a ****ing luxury..

Frozen booze prices..thats definitely what we need up here, rather than job creation and huge investment!
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