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Amazon Prime 21:39 - May 19 with 2861 viewspikeypaul

What super value this is at 拢7.99 a month and only money I save in not paying the BBC license tax.

movies,tv series, books & magazines, free next day delivery etc etc. All for the price of a couple of pints.

Just watched All or Nothing the behind the scenes documentary series on Man City 2017/18 season
worth the monthly subscription on its own. They show a small clip of our game at the Liberty against them but include an obvious error in the goals,anyone else spot it?

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Amazon Prime on 11:59 - May 20 with 1605 viewsEbo

Also, a massive tax avoidance company that treats its workers like shite.

I seldom (if ever) use them for the purposes above, much rather pay my licence fee so that I can access the wonderful BBC iPlayer and check out what is on BBC4 and 6Music.

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Amazon Prime on 12:02 - May 20 with 1604 viewsNotLoyal

Amazon Prime on 11:59 - May 20 by Ebo

Also, a massive tax avoidance company that treats its workers like shite.

I seldom (if ever) use them for the purposes above, much rather pay my licence fee so that I can access the wonderful BBC iPlayer and check out what is on BBC4 and 6Music.


Craig Charles is a Saturday evening favourite in our house.
He knows his stuff.

Everyone thinks someone is a c没nt, even those who they don鈥檛 thinks are c没nts are c没nts to someone else.
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Amazon Prime on 12:07 - May 20 with 1588 viewsEbo

Amazon Prime on 12:02 - May 20 by NotLoyal

Craig Charles is a Saturday evening favourite in our house.
He knows his stuff.


Was never a fan of him but his takeover of Lamaque's slot has surprised me. He played Peter and the Test Tube Babies the other week.

Marc Riley is my favourite though and Gideon Coe plays a good mix of stuff too.

Thank you, goodnight and bollocks
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Amazon Prime on 12:11 - May 20 with 1589 viewsNotLoyal

Amazon Prime on 12:07 - May 20 by Ebo

Was never a fan of him but his takeover of Lamaque's slot has surprised me. He played Peter and the Test Tube Babies the other week.

Marc Riley is my favourite though and Gideon Coe plays a good mix of stuff too.


Yes mate, Marc Riley on a Thursday evening is entertaining, who is on my T-shirt etc. Simple things are returning to my life and I鈥檓 kicking myself for allowing the agenda of others to dictate my well being.

Everyone thinks someone is a c没nt, even those who they don鈥檛 thinks are c没nts are c没nts to someone else.
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Amazon Prime on 16:07 - May 20 with 1480 viewskrunchykarrot

Amazon Prime on 11:59 - May 20 by Ebo

Also, a massive tax avoidance company that treats its workers like shite.

I seldom (if ever) use them for the purposes above, much rather pay my licence fee so that I can access the wonderful BBC iPlayer and check out what is on BBC4 and 6Music.


They pay the tax required in the UK, now that we are out of the EU i expect Boris will sort that out as well.

As for treating their workers like shite you must be joking, dont believe all that Panorama and union bull.

They are employing thousands on decent money after only 1 days training, with good benefits and conditions.

My mate works there and he thinks it fantastic, private health care at a reasonable rate. Life assurance, and a good pension.
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Amazon Prime on 16:48 - May 20 with 1451 viewsGaryjack

Amazon Prime on 16:07 - May 20 by krunchykarrot

They pay the tax required in the UK, now that we are out of the EU i expect Boris will sort that out as well.

As for treating their workers like shite you must be joking, dont believe all that Panorama and union bull.

They are employing thousands on decent money after only 1 days training, with good benefits and conditions.

My mate works there and he thinks it fantastic, private health care at a reasonable rate. Life assurance, and a good pension.


The private health care is free. Also, there are people who have been at Amazon for ten years or so that have accumulated over 拢50k in company shares.
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Amazon Prime on 18:34 - May 20 with 1369 viewskrunchykarrot

Amazon Prime on 16:48 - May 20 by Garyjack

The private health care is free. Also, there are people who have been at Amazon for ten years or so that have accumulated over 拢50k in company shares.


No mate just checked, he pays 拢8 a week for BUPA or AXA health. But you do get free critical illness cover.
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Amazon Prime on 22:23 - May 20 with 1245 viewsGaryjack

Amazon Prime on 18:34 - May 20 by krunchykarrot

No mate just checked, he pays 拢8 a week for BUPA or AXA health. But you do get free critical illness cover.


He's reading his payslip wrong. Private health care is free. It shows on your payslip as a minus. I've worked for Amazon for over ten years. You do not get free critical illness cover, but if you have been off work for six months then insurance will cover 80% of your wage depending on your illness.
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Amazon Prime on 22:26 - May 20 with 1239 viewsGowerjack

Amazon Prime on 12:02 - May 20 by NotLoyal

Craig Charles is a Saturday evening favourite in our house.
He knows his stuff.


The best DJ on the station by a country mile

Plastic since 1974
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Amazon Prime on 21:26 - May 21 with 1025 viewspikeypaul

Amazon Prime on 16:07 - May 20 by krunchykarrot

They pay the tax required in the UK, now that we are out of the EU i expect Boris will sort that out as well.

As for treating their workers like shite you must be joking, dont believe all that Panorama and union bull.

They are employing thousands on decent money after only 1 days training, with good benefits and conditions.

My mate works there and he thinks it fantastic, private health care at a reasonable rate. Life assurance, and a good pension.


Ignore the lefty guardian reading tw鈥漷.Like you say they pay everything they are required to, and also put food on the table to 10s of 1000s households, everything the envious socialists hate.

Great company to work for and superb service to the customer, that鈥檚 why they are so successful, unlike the sh!te outdated BBC who are stealing a living albeit not for much longer once BOJO and Sir Dominic have sorted them out.

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Amazon Prime on 23:36 - May 21 with 962 viewsVincent_Vega

I also find the way amazon avoids paying its way and the way it treats employees undesirable but the BBC are hardly angels in fair usage of the license fee. Endless repeats, that god awful Mrs browns boys and the abomination that鈥檚 been the latest dr who is indicative of an organisation who knows they鈥檒l never have to compete for viewers.

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Amazon Prime on 01:41 - May 22 with 927 viewsEbo

Amazon Prime on 16:07 - May 20 by krunchykarrot

They pay the tax required in the UK, now that we are out of the EU i expect Boris will sort that out as well.

As for treating their workers like shite you must be joking, dont believe all that Panorama and union bull.

They are employing thousands on decent money after only 1 days training, with good benefits and conditions.

My mate works there and he thinks it fantastic, private health care at a reasonable rate. Life assurance, and a good pension.


Your mate is either talking shit or you just made it up. My brother in law worked then and quit after 2 months because of the conditions.

By the way, your mate Boris will do sweet FA to bring these big businesses to book, he wouldn't have the balls anyhow. Labour wanted to and it stated in the manifesto, the tory scum will do nothing because they are getting a slice of it too.

https://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-employees-describe-peak-2019-2?r=US&IR=T

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Amazon Prime on 03:59 - May 22 with 906 viewsGlyn1

Amazon Prime on 12:02 - May 20 by NotLoyal

Craig Charles is a Saturday evening favourite in our house.
He knows his stuff.


Do you mean his radio show on Magic Soul? I like that a lot.

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Amazon Prime on 07:11 - May 22 with 875 viewsDr_Winston

Some people have worked there quite cheerfully since the day it opened, others barely last a day or two. Not the first employer in the area you can say that about, won't be the last either.

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Amazon Prime on 07:37 - May 22 with 858 views1983

Amazon Prime on 03:59 - May 22 by Glyn1

Do you mean his radio show on Magic Soul? I like that a lot.


I think he means Radio 2.

If you get a chance to see him then do it, I've seen Craig Charles do his set twice in a club he's brilliant and loves all the nonsense and gets right into it all night not just showing his facing and then disappearing.

Machynlleth the true capital of Wales

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Amazon Prime on 13:19 - May 22 with 785 viewsJackSomething

Amazon Prime on 07:11 - May 22 by Dr_Winston

Some people have worked there quite cheerfully since the day it opened, others barely last a day or two. Not the first employer in the area you can say that about, won't be the last either.


Big difference between being a temp worker and a permanent employee too.

No doubt some won't put the work in, but I feel for the ones who work there for months, are let go just before Amazon would have to give them a permanent contract, then hired again a month or two later. I know some who have been on that kind of cycle for years.

I also know permanent employees who love working there.

You know, Hobbes, some days even my lucky rocket ship underpants don't help.

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Amazon Prime on 19:34 - May 22 with 688 viewsEbo

Pays no corporation tax, profits from a pandemic. Disaster Capitalism is revolting

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2020/apr/15/amazon-jeff-bezos-gains-24bn-

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Amazon Prime on 19:41 - May 22 with 683 viewsexiledclaseboy

I know about half a dozen people who work for Amazon. they all like it and have no desire to leave.

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Amazon Prime on 19:55 - May 22 with 674 viewsEbo

Amazon Prime on 19:41 - May 22 by exiledclaseboy

I know about half a dozen people who work for Amazon. they all like it and have no desire to leave.


I refuse to shop with Amazon as I won't fund disaster capitalism. The same goes for Starbucks and their overpriced burnt coffee.

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Amazon Prime on 19:56 - May 22 with 672 viewsexiledclaseboy

Amazon Prime on 19:55 - May 22 by Ebo

I refuse to shop with Amazon as I won't fund disaster capitalism. The same goes for Starbucks and their overpriced burnt coffee.


You are a walking cliche.

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Amazon Prime on 20:31 - May 22 with 650 viewsWarwickHunt

Amazon Prime on 19:55 - May 22 by Ebo

I refuse to shop with Amazon as I won't fund disaster capitalism. The same goes for Starbucks and their overpriced burnt coffee.


I won鈥檛 buy Starbuck鈥檚 coffee because it鈥檚 f没cking awful.
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Amazon Prime on 20:45 - May 22 with 639 viewsdickythorpe

Amazon Prime on 20:31 - May 22 by WarwickHunt

I won鈥檛 buy Starbuck鈥檚 coffee because it鈥檚 f没cking awful.


It's only faahhhhkkiiinngg lukewarm as well!!!!
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Amazon Prime on 21:00 - May 22 with 623 viewsGaryjack

Amazon Prime on 13:19 - May 22 by JackSomething

Big difference between being a temp worker and a permanent employee too.

No doubt some won't put the work in, but I feel for the ones who work there for months, are let go just before Amazon would have to give them a permanent contract, then hired again a month or two later. I know some who have been on that kind of cycle for years.

I also know permanent employees who love working there.


Last year Amazon in Swansea made 168 temp staff permanent employees. Many temporary staff are given 9 month contracts maximum. Amazon do not have to make them permanent employees when that time comes to an end. Rather they lay them off over the quiet months then re-employ them. Surely you can't expect any company to keep temporary staff when they are not needed?
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Amazon Prime on 21:03 - May 22 with 612 viewspikeypaul

Hunters.

Another superb Amazon production.

Just watched the first 3,better than anything on BBC

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Amazon Prime on 22:28 - May 22 with 563 viewsEbo

Amazon Prime on 19:56 - May 22 by exiledclaseboy

You are a walking cliche.


Really? At least I practice what I preach.

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