He was working away from home. Did you not read the article?
'from those terrible abusers who have been involved in 'synthetic' self-employment'
Terrible abusers? You mean contractors who receive no holiday pay, sick pay, annual leave, auto-enrolment, job security? Ohh, those terrible abusers! I get you now.
But if the company cannot pay the APN and get settlement with HMRC, she will have a loan outstanding in April 2019. Bet she didn't see that coming!
'Hope the fools who voted for this nonsense realise the mess they've got us into'
'No, having 2 female Prime Ministers out of 75 isn't anything like equality.'
You can't backdate equality! Are you seriously saying that the next 73 Prime Ministers should be female or would you prefer them to be elected on their own merits. We all want equality but that is not what you are suggesting here.
So if the case was brought against a male presenter that is OK but if it is brought against a female, it is sexist and you are embarrassed to be a man?
"I do not believe in passing on wealth to your offspring. I think most of it should be passed on to charities and a modest amount left to relations."
That's what someone who doesn't have kids would say. If you had them, you would want them to have the best life possible.
The public sector also never take their final salary pensions into account and in this day and age, they are worth a fortune.
That made me laugh, brilliant!
'Instead, he offers flexi-time with 10-4 as core hours. In one example, he said how he was shocked when he learned his recent recruit was berated by their former employer, a known firm, for being ten minutes late for work. How does this support a positive work ethic?'
What does he do if the staff turn up at 10.10am or leave at 3.50pm?