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  1. observer

    Abramovitch -

    If we have legislation in place to stop money laundering, it's clearly not being enforced. As for Putin, I'm sure he would be friends with anyone who gives him a cut, and it seems they've protested at Abramavitch's visa delay.
  2. observer

    Abramovitch -

    Well it does seem to be in vogue, as with East Coast Rail !
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    Abramovitch -

    But "the proof" lies in Russia and seeing the whole Putin mafia have been at it, I doubt they'll cooperate with evidence. Perhaps they'd have more luck with our Bankers in tracing the dirty money being laundered in London.
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    Abramovitch -

    OK, the Chelski owner !
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    Abramovitch -

    Seems he's to be asked by HMG, how he acquired his wealth, before being issued with a visa to return to the UK. Thought it was common knowledge that the Oligarchs asset stripped the Soviet Union and it's people when Russia converted to capitalism.
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    Can't get the staff -

    Evidently so Con; a similar report on CH4 tonight, complained of two "highly skilled" (a term reiterated throughout the piece) Pakistani men, were given notice to leave the UK by the Home Office. A criteria for such action, is evidently "criminal activity"; CH4 didn't explore this in detail, but it seems that, in order to secure higher levels of earnings they inflated their earnings level on their CVs, but were then caught out by HMRC when they tried to amend their tax returns. So, after repeating their "highly skilled status" several times, the reporter mentioned that one had been working as an "events manager", whilst the other was a " compliance manager"; so not exactly rocket scientists then. Just another example of the fake news being churned out by our liberal media, in attacking, what they call, our hostile environment. Of course it's hostile, it needs to be, if HMG are going to exercise any control over immigration.
  7. observer

    Can't get the staff -

    So - don't bother then !
  8. observer

    Peace in our time ?

    In 1948, the common enemy for both sunni and shia, were the Jews.
  9. observer

    Peace in our time ?

    Seems Kim is having second thoughts about meeting Donald now, and if he's thought about it, he won't. Seems Bolton is pushing "the Libyan model" and we know what happened to Gadafi. Perhaps Kim needs to take a leaf out of Donald's book on gun law; the only defence against a nutter with nukes, is another nutter with at least one nuke.
  10. observer

    Fat tax ?

    Well, I think there's a common agreement that professional models are anorexic looking creatures on the whole, and probably used for the reason you stated. However, returning to the original point, if obesity causes expense, it may incite folk to do something about it ?
  11. observer

    A perspective on immigration

    Still a valid option, if they take it, as the majority of politicians are trying to sabotage Brexit.
  12. observer

    Fat tax ?

    The medical BMI definition would place most folk as overweight, but I think were talking about folk who take up two seats on a bus or plane.
  13. observer

    Fat tax ?

    We live in an age of self image, where folk expect to be forgiven for not looking after themselves - two legs good, four legs bad !
  14. observer

    Fat tax ?

    Seems a clothing retailer has decided to charge more for larger sizes, which presumably require more material to make. So in an age of obesity, doesn't this provide an incentive for plumpers to lose weight ?
  15. observer

    Peace in our time ?

    Sunni V Shia, sucking in the Jews and Christians !
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