Only an organisation as badly run as the NHS would pay overtime to people on 6 figure salaries. And pensionable overtime as well. One day hospitals will compete with each other for patients and doctors will have to serve them rather than themselves.
No they will sink without trace after the next election. Worryingly Mr Corbyn has some popular policies and our Prime Minister is a closet social democrat. Who will put the case for individual freedom,personal responsibility,low taxes and small state before the socialists run out of other people's money?
Another article conflating Europe with the EU. The Uk is leaving the EU not Europe. Whether you think this is a good idea depends on if you are:
1. A business protected by worldwide competition by the EU's external tariffs;or
2. An individual having to pay more for food,cars and clothes because of tariffs used to fund an unelected unaccountable elite.
Once we have left imports from the EU will be treated like imports from anywhere else given that the EU has refused to agree future trading arrangements. How the EU treat imports from the UK is a matter for them.
There is no certainty in business but it would be helpful if the EU would agree to talk about trading with as few restrictions as possible. They won't because the EU is an isolationist political project not an outward looking free trading zone.
For the Conservatives JC is just a gift that keeps on giving. Unfortunately for them such a weak opposition makes them vulnerable to an upturn in Labour fortunes if someone sensible (such as Hilary Benn) speaks out or if they hit upon a popular policy (Rail nationalisation which is mysteriously popular) as happened before the 2017 election. Student grants are naturally popular with young people for obvious reasons.
In the meantime we should remember this man is a phoney: brought up in a mansion with a brother called Piers he is about as working class as the Tories he's hung out with in the lobbies in all those EU votes.
Mr Corbyn will be remembered for worse things than wearing a scruffy mac to the Cenotaph.
It isn't but neither is it extreme to wish to leave.
Some good points especially the need for a VAT number checker. Best of all no deal will mean no more intrastat and EC sales lists for goods movements and sales with the UK. The leave campaign missed a trick with that one.
Who is going to build a physical barrier? The British won't and neither will the Irish. That just leaves a quasi military force from the EU such as those who built the Berlin Wall. Will the Irish Republic tolerate this? I don't think so.
As for monitoring those who come from mainland EU to Ireland -its not done now so why is it necessary after Brexit? It isn't necessary to stop EU tourists whose passports could be checked on entry to the UK mainland. If the EU attempt to undermine the common travel area Varadkar will be seen for what he really is - the EU's useful idiot.
No. Simplifying existing taxes or increasing their scope could raise more revenue. Less profligate government would perhaps be a better option. How about applying VAT to new-build homes and decreasing the VAT rate?
my sympathies only lie with those losing their jobs.
Personally I wish Mike Ashley well and am glad House of Fraser has been saved.