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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Banker Bonuses

A mate of mine works for the RBS/NAT WEST Group. He will shortly be getting abonus of around 5k. I have not got a problem with this, as he is just a good employee, who has done his job, and earned his commission. Its further up the tree, that caused the problem. However, I have been told that I am not getting a cost of living rise or any bonus, in spite of me turning over £9m with a profit of around £600,000,(Truck Industry) mainly due to the £-euro exchange, even though I have worked to the budgetted exchange rate. I know people are losing there jobs, and I should be thankful... it just pisses me off.:mad: (and I have got to do it all over again this year, NO CHANCE!)

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vulcanrog

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vulcanrog says:

It's not just the bankers

Brown in his former post as chancellor took a few risky decisions I reckon, Blair knew when to bail out didn't he !  all yours Gordon & off on his travels as a 'special envoy' & when that well runs dry he'll do the lecture trail/gravy train THEN the EU gravy train. One of the reasons I've resigned from the civil service is to be sure I get my pension (to which I've paid into over the past 17 yrs) AND tax free lump sum while it's still there, the question is begging, has Brown done a Maxwell with pension funds ? public money to bail out the banks ? WHERE did it come from ?  I will add that my main reason for leaving the employ of the MoD is for my health & well being as I'm beggining to suffer from working shifts & the twats won't let me work on as a part timer.

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johnboy1957

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johnboy1957 says:

Nat West Tower Banker JUmps!

:lol: i was walking past the Nat West Tower the other day when i saw a Banker on a ledge on the 20th floor.

A Crowd was gathering and one voice shouted up.

" Jump you Banker jump" Jump into this blanket we are holding and you will be saved---!

So he Jumped hit the deck ! broke his fu##ing neck!

coz ther'ye was no Blanket !

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vulcanrog

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vulcanrog says:

Derek & clive !

fucking brilliant !

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vulcanrog

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vulcanrog says:

So the 'big four' apologised today

does anyone believe they were sincere ?  does anyone think they'll be worried for their job prospects ? or if they can make their next mortgage payment ? or if they can feed their families ? I don't believe one insincere bit of their cynical apologies. They were paid salaries in the sums of £MILLIONS pe annum so do you think they'll be short of a bob or two ? Not on you nellie ! they'll have salted away enough to remain comfortable while in the region of 2,300 lose their jobs in banking.

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