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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    Hahaha, yeh - find it's very much a move when I need it kinda thing!
    Trouble is, none of my old computer's USB ports work and it doesn't like Gmail or Dropbox any more so I'm kind of stuck
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Trouble is, none of my old computer's USB ports work and it doesn't like Gmail or Dropbox any more so I'm kind of stuck
    STRANGE :holmes: you should just take the hard drive out and put it in a case and then just plug that into your laptop...
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    (Original post by mobbsy91)
    STRANGE :holmes: you should just take the hard drive out and put it in a case and then just plug that into your laptop...
    Now that's an idea......you may have just made my life easier, I'll remember you when I'm rich and famous
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Now that's an idea......you may have just made my life easier, I'll remember you when I'm rich and famous
    Of course it's an idea... it's my idea

    It's ok, you won't be able to forget me when I'm richer and more famous.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    *cough*Elton John and David Furnish*cough*



    I feel your pain, I replaced my elderly and malfunctioning HP with a Mac and literally 90% of my school notes are still on the HP Very annoying now that I'm revising.
    So because you can be name one case where somebody has a husband and is male it is no longer true that generally people with husbands are female? Care to show me the stats showing there are more married gay men than married heterosexual women?

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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    Jammy its not that the public dont understand that what ian cameron did was legal. Its the fact that the majority of the public see that kind of tax avoidance from our PM akin to aggressive tax avoidance or even evasion. When DC, in a very one nation manner, criticised jimmy carr for tax avoidance and has benefitted from offshore investments himself. When DC expects the ordinary folk to fund his governments plans, the fact that he had benefitted from tax avoidance hits them hard. Nobody is saying that its illegal, but it is immoral, which is why he got rid of them before becomming pm and why it took him 5 days to come clean about it

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    Except the very misunderstanding is either that it is for tax avoidance, or that every business in the world should be registered in Britain no matter how uncompetitive we are

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    Except the very misunderstanding is either that it is for tax avoidance, or that every business in the world should be registered in Britain no matter how uncompetitive we are

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    We have a lower corporation tax rate than the usa and most of Europe, weve just lowered cgt. We're hardly uncompetitive.

    The point is that it was registered in a tax haven, not just offshore.

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    So because you can be name one case where somebody has a husband and is male it is no longer true that generally people with husbands are female? Care to show me the stats showing there are more married gay men than married heterosexual women?

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    I thought you meant generally in the sense of 'this is always the case but I am being slightly sarcastic' rather than in the literal sense.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    I thought you meant generally in the sense of 'this is always the case but I am being slightly sarcastic' rather than in the literal sense.
    I meant it in both senses; no **** sherlock, that is almost always the case

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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    We have a lower corporation tax rate than the usa and most of Europe, weve just lowered cgt. We're hardly uncompetitive.

    The point is that it was registered in a tax haven, not just offshore.

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    There are also about 30 or so places lower than us and many have other benefits we don't have, or has sterling been pegged to the dollar all this time without me realising?

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    There are also about 30 or so places lower than us and many have other benefits we don't have, or has sterling been pegged to the dollar all this time without me realising?

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    30 or so places out of how many in the world? Also, how many of those places have a larger economy than our own?
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    30 or so places out of how many in the world? Also, how many of those places have a larger economy than our own?
    As I recall there are 200, give or take, states in the world, and what makes you think that GDP of the state you are registering is a big deal, the regulations are far more important than GDP.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    As I recall there are 200, give or take, states in the world, and what makes you think that GDP of the state you are registering is a big deal, the regulations are far more important than GDP.
    I agree, regulations are important, it means that the quality of our goods is greater and the consumers are greater protected. I'd rather the businesses looking to shaft the public stay elsewhere.
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    (Original post by Lime-man)
    I agree, regulations are important, it means that the quality of our goods is greater and the consumers are greater protected. I'd rather the businesses looking to shaft the public stay elsewhere.
    You really have no clue what you are wittering about, do you. Why do you believe GDP, whether that be nominal, PPP, either of those per capita, is at all important when it comes to deciding where to base or register a business? And you're still sounding like you belong in Labour.
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    You really have no clue what you are wittering about, do you. Why do you believe GDP, whether that be nominal, PPP, either of those per capita, is at all important when it comes to deciding where to base or register a business? And you're still sounding like you belong in Labour.
    "the public shouldn't be shafted" - sounds like Labour

    Okay Jammy.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    I thought they were a 14-15 year old boy.
    It teaches you not to make assumptions, then!

    I'm 18.
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    Aph I could also have been homosexual LOL.
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    I actually regret marrying young TBH. A few months into the marriage, and I already has... suscpicions. My cousin told me, "Once a cheat, always a cheat!" but I was totally head over heels.
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    (Original post by Whiggy)
    Aph I could also have been homosexual LOL.
    Are you...
 
 
 
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