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    cheery
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    When the dust has settled I shall be writing to the Government to reduce or scrap VAT on our sector. They can no longer say that it is because of EU rules as was their response previously. Does anyone wish to make it a larger campaign?

    #113279

    GRUMPS
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    @cheery 94387 wrote:

    When the dust has settled I shall be writing to the Government to reduce or scrap VAT on our sector. They can no longer say that it is because of EU rules as was their response previously. Does anyone wish to make it a larger campaign?

    Good luck you might get it reduced but not scrapped

    #113280

    GRUMPS
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    This should be done by the NFFF

    #113281

    cheery
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    Couldn’t agree more. They have a large database of customers and suppliers. Let’s get it going as quick as possible in that case.

    #113282

    john oxford
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    I posed this question some months ago and since then it has become apparent that we send enough money to the EU to build a new hospital every week. Don’t be surprised if that snide chancellor uses that as an excuse to keep or even increase VAT. We have now got our country back, lets get on with putting the “GREAT” back in Britain. If you don’t like the result, I will gladly help you pack and you can be a refugee to the country of your choice and all those high profile business people who told me how stupid I was to support Brexit, say goodbye to my custom.

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    Imran Raza
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    @chipieman 94392 wrote:

    I posed this question some months ago and since then it has become apparent that we send enough money to the EU to build a new hospital every week. Don’t be surprised if that snide chancellor uses that as an excuse to keep or even increase VAT. We have now got our country back, lets get on with putting the “GREAT” back in Britain. If you don’t like the result, I will gladly help you pack and you can be a refugee to the country of your choice and all those high profile business people who told me how stupid I was to support Brexit, say goodbye to my custom.

    I don’t think you understand what a refugee is…

    #113284

    john oxford
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    @Dblock 94393 wrote:

    I don’t think you understand what a refugee is…

    Why do you say that?

    #113285

    Imran Raza
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    @chipieman 94392 wrote:

    If you don’t like the result, I will gladly help you pack and you can be a refugee to the country of your choice

    You would be an immigrant, migrant but not a refugee.

    A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.

    #113286

    GRUMPS
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    @Dblock 94395 wrote:

    You would be an immigrant, migrant but not a refugee.

    A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.

    So he would be a refugee as he is a old fart be persecuted by the young generation over brexit

    #113287

    john oxford
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    @Dblock 94395 wrote:

    You would be an immigrant, migrant but not a refugee.

    A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.

    I bow to your superior intelligence Sir.

    #113288

    Imran Raza
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    @chipieman 94397 wrote:

    I bow to your superior intelligence Sir.

    nah we have google now a days so it’s really easy.

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