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Old 08-09-2019, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
I just don’t see a direct link between people like that (who probably make their money on the stock market and property empires), and the thousands of businesses in this country who you’d like to employ their staff for 4 days on a full wage, and then employ someone else to cover.

How many of that 1000 are U.K. taxpayers even?
and herein lies the issue. Why would anyone in these thousands take the equity risk of running a business in this country if this stuff is mandated. Along with the 10% of shares confiscated idea, there comes a point where entrepreneurs and business owners simply say enough. AT this point workers get all five days off.

What adds to this is if I understand Labour correctly, they want to do another deal with the EU and then put it to the vote - so remain or leave with a deal. OK. Superimpose this and you are in a situation where this businesses large enough could operate from elsewhere in the EU so access the UK market without having to deal with this stuff.

It's the usual BS of promising something without fully thinking through whom is going to pay for it.

Isn't it great where, coming into an election, both of the main parties seem hell-bent on damaging the economy. It's also an indictment that there is no other party capable of exploiting what should be an open goal.
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