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Now the GE is done and dusted, and with MP’s returning to Parliament today to begin being sworn in, we’ve locked the GE Thread last night, and you can now use this one for any Westminster related stuff.

Anything Brexit related will be moved to the ongoing Brexit Thread!

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No -Im reading Greed is Dead then I’m going to read Do the birds still sing in Hell?

Scotland playing a blinder-they are shaping up into a good side
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They won

There’ll be no shutting her up will they, until we beat them!
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No -Im reading Greed is Dead


Out of interest how would you get rid of greed while maintaining capitalism? In my view the two are inseparable.
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I’ve got to stop eating chocolate eclairs while trading, that’ll help me.
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How consistently would you say you beat the market when active trading? After accounting for losses, and any time spent researching, how much profit do you make a month? Do you make a regular return?
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I don’t set a monthly target really because if I didn’t make it I’d make riskier trades.

Stop losses are important, you’re going to lose eventually but having good stop losses means you can lose out and go back in.

I made a lot on Brexit night which set me up nicely, but I thought I was clever and lost a bit after that. I just wanted enough to go to Australia.
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I don’t set a monthly target really because if I didn’t make it I’d make riskier trades.

Stop losses are important, you’re going to lose eventually but having good stop losses means you can lose out and go back in.

I made a lot on Brexit night which set me up nicely, but I thought I was clever and lost a bit after that. I just wanted enough to go to Australia.


Did you get the breakdown of where your Trading 212 ISA invests funds in?
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I can’t find it, it just says low risk by our trading 212 experts, it’ll be there somewhere.
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So if you've bought stocks and they start dropping significantly do you sell off at a lower price?
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So Cummings is jumping ship. It is almost exactly 5 years since David Cameron gave notice of the Brexit referendum, and here we are with 1.5 months to go and still neither our ports nor our businesses nor our customs service or anyone has a clue what the deal is. And who has been there all of this time? [censored] Michael Gove. While Johnson was probably the personality that tipped the balance in both the referendum and the election last December (mainly by lying) it is only [censored] Michael Gove who goes back to day one. He is supposed to be the 'brains' behind this, but it is a mess, and it is far far worse than a shambles. Johnson, Cummings, and Gove have buggered up Britain, and it is all for personal gain. I believe all 3 will live to regret it, and we will see them pay some sort of price with their careers and reputations, but this will not compensate for the vast amount of cost, which includes national reputation, deaths, vast amounts of money, and vast numbers of jobs. Absolute [censored].
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Talking of absolute [censored], the Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe has died.

May he rot in Hell.
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Farewell Cummings-you certainly made your mark.Leaving the cabal of the EU your finest achievement, breaking the quarantine rules your worst.

Kes-the book Greed is Dead is about the end of Individualism-perfectly timed for Trump leaving the stage.Capitalism going forward will be more about the collective-so all can share rather than the few at the top
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So Cummings is jumping ship. It is almost exactly 5 years since David Cameron gave notice of the Brexit referendum, and here we are with 1.5 months to go and still neither our ports nor our businesses nor our customs service or anyone has a clue what the deal is. And who has been there all of this time? [censored] Michael Gove. While Johnson was probably the personality that tipped the balance in both the referendum and the election last December (mainly by lying) it is only [censored] Michael Gove who goes back to day one. He is supposed to be the 'brains' behind this, but it is a mess, and it is far far worse than a shambles. Johnson, Cummings, and Gove have buggered up Britain, and it is all for personal gain. I believe all 3 will live to regret it, and we will see them pay some sort of price with their careers and reputations, but this will not compensate for the vast amount of cost, which includes national reputation, deaths, vast amounts of money, and vast numbers of jobs. Absolute [censored].


Worry not, Carrie Symonds is clearly now in control at No. 10.
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Capitalism going forward will be more about the collective-so all can share rather than the few at the top


I am pleasantly surprised Laffy. That's exactly the kind of thing I've been arguing in favour of and yet you always seemed opposed to it. Does the book go into more detail, for example how much of a share will workers get compared to the boss?
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Rumours we're looking at a 1-year extension to the existing transition (even though Boris said/promised/legislated it would never happen, we know how that usually ends) because NOTHING is ready. Cummings has been shown to be full of shit and is jumping before he's pushed, and also, in a grand tory tradition, before brexit happens so he doesn't have to clean up his mess

The government keep firing out emails to businesses to "be prepared for January 1st!" and business keeps asking back "and what exactly are the circumstances we're to prepare for?" to which the government goes "errrrrr"
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Perhaps those that say nothing is ready should subscribe to the weekly email sent out by the UK Government, that has detailed everything that is happening, what to do, and how to prepare.

It's been available for over a year, and gives a blow-by-blow account of what action you need to take, what admin is required, where to access it, and how to complete it.

It also details exactly what the position is for xpats living and working abroad, and what agreements have been made with each former partner EU Country.

Get up to speed or be left behind, there is only so much room in the sand, as many heads are down their already.

https://www.gov.uk/transition
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Talking of absolute [censored], the Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe has died.

May he rot in Hell.


https://img.techpowerup.org/201113/43290.jpg
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Perhaps those that say nothing is ready should subscribe to the weekly email sent out by the UK Government, that has detailed everything that is happening, what to do, and how to prepare.

It's been available for over a year, and gives a blow-by-blow account of what action you need to take, what admin is required, where to access it, and how to complete it.

It also details exactly what the position is for xpats living and working abroad, and what agreements have been made with each former partner EU Country.

Get up to speed or be left behind, there is only so much room in the sand, as many heads are down their already.

https://www.gov.uk/transition



We've looked at that and it's all a collection of if's and maybe's

e.g. for personal data:

"From 1 January 2021, your organisation may need to have Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) in place with EU counterparts in order to legally receive personal data from the EU.

The EU’s data adequacy assessment of the UK is underway and we are confident that adequacy decisions can be concluded by the end of the transition period. This would allow for the free flow of personal data from the EU/EEA to the UK to continue without any further action by organisations.

However, if the EU has not made adequacy decisions in respect of the UK before the end of the transition period, you should act if you want to ensure you can continue to lawfully receive personal data from EU/EEA businesses (and other organisations) in the future."


Standard Contractual Clauses turn out to be an EU mechanism for transferring personal data. So in 'leaving the EU', we now have to fill in a load of EU forms that were previously not needed. That's really cutting down the EU red tape and sticking it to Barnier by err.... filling in a load of red tape and doing exactly what they tell us to do...
https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/international-dimension-data-protection/standard-contractual-clauses-scc_en
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Perhaps those that say nothing is ready should subscribe to the weekly email sent out by the UK Government, that has detailed everything that is happening, what to do, and how to prepare.

It's been available for over a year, and gives a blow-by-blow account of what action you need to take, what admin is required, where to access it, and how to complete it.

It also details exactly what the position is for xpats living and working abroad, and what agreements have been made with each former partner EU Country.

Get up to speed or be left behind, there is only so much room in the sand, as many heads are down their already.

https://www.gov.uk/transition



We've looked at that and it's all a collection of if's and maybe's

e.g. for personal data:

"From 1 January 2021, your organisation may need to have Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) in place with EU counterparts in order to legally receive personal data from the EU.

The EU’s data adequacy assessment of the UK is underway and we are confident that adequacy decisions can be concluded by the end of the transition period. This would allow for the free flow of personal data from the EU/EEA to the UK to continue without any further action by organisations.

However, if the EU has not made adequacy decisions in respect of the UK before the end of the transition period, you should act if you want to ensure you can continue to lawfully receive personal data from EU/EEA businesses (and other organisations) in the future."


Standard Contractual Clauses turn out to be an EU mechanism for transferring personal data. So in 'leaving the EU', we now have to fill in a load of EU forms that were previously not needed. That's really cutting down the EU red tape and sticking it to Barnier by err.... filling in a load of red tape and doing exactly what they tell us to do...
https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/international-dimension-data-protection/standard-contractual-clauses-scc_en


This is new, in or out, you still have to complete it.

https://digit.fyi/edpb-releases-guidance-for-eu-us-data-transfers/

https://edpb.europa.eu/sites/edpb/files/consultation/edpb_recommendations_202001_supplementarymeasurestransferstools_en.pdf
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Why would you be surprised Kes?All the businesses I am involved in have equity allocated to the employees-all of them

As a rule of thumb, a minimum of 10pc, up to 25pc for staff and management .

I think your allocation would be somewhat different sadly.

By the way, the muted capital gains tax changes will be a disaster for entrepreneurs-it won’t happen
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Cummings gone.

It’s nothing to do with Carrie it’s the fact that everything’s buggered and doesn’t want to be there when the shit hits the fan.

No trade deal with the USA.
Possibility of either a shit deal with the EU or an increase in the transition.

This government can’t get anything right! All they have done is bugger everything to do with Brexit up and made a shit show of it, buggered everything to do with Covid up and give all the work at over inflated prices to their mates.

I’m a brexiteer, on the date of the referendum I’d still have voted leave and still would today. If there was a vote tomorrow I’d vote remain because this government can’t organise a piss up in a brewery and it’s a disaster, not because I like the EU but it’s better than this shit show.

We should have walked out 4 years ago, no deal, we’d be in a far better position. Now it’s financial and social suicide!
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Why would you be surprised Kes?All the businesses I am involved in have equity allocated to the employees-all of them


Because when I've mentioned socialism before you've always been clear you're against it. Now you're advocating for a system which isn't really all that far away from what I want, workers getting a fair share of the wealth they generate. I've said before that I like the idea of giving workers equity in the company. Because that provides a good incentive, they are literally invested in making the company profitable. If I work for Hyperdrive and get equity in the company, I'll work damn hard because I know the more successful we are, the more money I can make. Whereas if you were just paying me the minimum and I knew I wasn't going to get a share of any extra profits, you would just get the minimum effort in return. There would be no incentive for me to do anything more, as I wouldn't see a return on it.

Does your book go into specifics about how workers will get a greater share of company profits, is it mainly about issuing equity?


By the way, the muted capital gains tax changes will be a disaster for entrepreneurs-it won’t happen


I agree. The likely drop to negative interest next year will encourage more borrowing and spending, which I just think is a terrible idea. We had a global recession just over a decade ago exactly because millions of people were borrowing money they couldn't pay back.
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Just found out that Allegra Strachan was involved in the Cummings departure-I’ve always found her rather attractive and certainly more than Dom

Kes-the world is about to embark on a new project called ‘Inflation’-it’s the only way of diluting the debt pile as taxes will only make a small dent.Time to buy residential and infrastructure.

I don’t invest in Funds Kes-I do it myself

As for giving employees shares, I think you will find that was a pillar of the Thatcherite years.It’s got nothing to do with socialism.When you share wealth and success via a successful exit of a company , it’s an incredibly humbling experience.A pity a lot of business owners don’t try it.
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I don’t invest in Funds Kes-I do it myself


Doing things that way means you are more likely to lose in the long term but it's your money and up to you, as long as you're happy.

As for giving employees shares, I think you will find that was a pillar of the Thatcherite years.It’s got nothing to do with socialism.When you share wealth and success via a successful exit of a company , it’s an incredibly humbling experience.A pity a lot of business owners don’t try it.


Well socialism is about sharing the wealth, and workers getting a bigger slice of the cake. You can call it whatever you want but that's the principle I believe in. It is a pity that a lot of businesses don't try equity or profit sharing schemes, because I think they would benefit from it. If you pay me a fixed wage then then there's no incentive for me to work very hard, because I'll get the same pay no matter what. Why should I bother working extra hard and making the company more profit if it just goes straight into your pocket and I never see any of it? But if you give me equity in the company, then I'll be more motivated to work harder. There is a genuine incentive for me to give maximum effort because I know the more profitable I make the company, I will actually get some of that profit. That's what it should be like in any workplace, if I help you generate the wealth, I want a fair slice of it.
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Kes-you are a closet capitalist.Talk is cheap of course-many people just cannot cope with the concept of sharing or allowing staff a step on the ladder.

Did you buy Chariot-500pc increase in SP in last few weeks
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Kes-you are a closet capitalist.Talk is cheap of course-many people just cannot cope with the concept of sharing or allowing staff a step on the ladder.


Laffy although you may not realize it, the kind of things you propose like workers getting equity in the company, isn't very far away from socialism. I'm not a capitalist, I want a socialist society because I feel that's the only way to address severe inequality. We shouldn't have a system that allows people to profit off the back of others hard work.


Did you buy Chariot-500pc increase in SP in last few weeks


No, you know that I don't pick individual stocks.
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This government can’t get anything right! All they have done is bugger everything to do with Brexit up and made a shit show of it, buggered everything to do with Covid up and give all the work at over inflated prices to their mates.


Have you seen this? -->

https://sophieehill.shinyapps.io/my-little-crony/
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Cummings gone.

It’s nothing to do with Carrie it’s the fact that everything’s buggered and doesn’t want to be there when the shit hits the fan.

No trade deal with the USA.
Possibility of either a shit deal with the EU or an increase in the transition.

This government can’t get anything right! All they have done is bugger everything to do with Brexit up and made a shit show of it, buggered everything to do with Covid up and give all the work at over inflated prices to their mates.

I’m a brexiteer, on the date of the referendum I’d still have voted leave and still would today. If there was a vote tomorrow I’d vote remain because this government can’t organise a piss up in a brewery and it’s a disaster, not because I like the EU but it’s better than this shit show.

We should have walked out 4 years ago, no deal, we’d be in a far better position. Now it’s financial and social suicide!



Your's is the wrong time, you would have been a great communicator and motivator for,

The Third Reich !
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Outlawing tax havens.
Ensuring the Amazons and Costas of this world pay the tax they are due to pay in the country where they make their money.
Crack down on the tax avoidance schemes/scams.
Increase tax on second homes.
Increase tax on buy to let landlords.
Increase by a penny in the pound taxation for the rest of us ensuring that is ring fenced to go to the NHS (which needs to be reformed with the help of an all party committee to insure it remains free to all at point of need).

To simplistic and full of holes, but hey ho.
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Outlawing tax havens.
Ensuring the Amazons and Costas of this world pay the tax they are due to pay in the country where they make their money.
Crack down on the tax avoidance schemes/scams.
Increase tax on second homes.
Increase tax on buy to let landlords.
Increase by a penny in the pound taxation for the rest of us ensuring that is ring fenced to go to the NHS (which needs to be reformed with the help of an all party committee to insure it remains free to all at point of need).

To simplistic and full of holes, but hey ho.


Said proudly by a person who buys off ebay, Amazon,and drinks Costas...............

My solution would be tax all Union members extra, and Union leaders earning over £35,000 everything that's left. Nail the one's who have pushed the public purse cost sky high !
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Outlawing tax havens.
Ensuring the Amazons and Costas of this world pay the tax they are due to pay in the country where they make their money.
Crack down on the tax avoidance schemes/scams.
Increase tax on second homes.
Increase tax on buy to let landlords.
Increase by a penny in the pound taxation for the rest of us ensuring that is ring fenced to go to the NHS (which needs to be reformed with the help of an all party committee to insure it remains free to all at point of need).

To simplistic and full of holes, but hey ho.


Said proudly by a person who buys off ebay, Amazon,and drinks Costas...............

My solution would be tax all Union members extra, and Union leaders earning over £35,000 everything that's left. Nail the one's who have pushed the public purse cost sky high !


Union members already pay extra in union membership dues :-)

It's as daft as that deutsche bank suggestion people who work at home should pay more in tax because they save on transport and buying their lunch - hmm let's guess the bank who must have wobbly loans for commercial property? Surely, people who work at home should be given tax refunds because not as much needs to be as spent on road/rail infrastructure for them, and they have to pay for their own heating/lighting too.


PS Anyone done that tax rebate thing where you get about £6 a month for home working? How easy is it? Asking for a friend.
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Union members already pay extra in union membership dues :-)


It's ok if someone is that opposed to unions, they can be excluded from any pay rises or improved working conditions that union gains for their members. Wouldn't want them to gain from something they feel strongly against :p
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Raising taxes by large amounts would be highly controversial for governments. More likely they would go for Quantative Easing on a much larger scale.
This is done by the Bank Of England buying back government debt by increasing the domestic money supply (i.e printing money)..
Eventually this will lead to higher inflation, but government could then blame businesses for putting up prices.
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Outlawing tax havens.
Ensuring the Amazons and Costas of this world pay the tax they are due to pay in the country where they make their money.
Crack down on the tax avoidance schemes/scams.
Increase tax on second homes.
Increase tax on buy to let landlords.
Increase by a penny in the pound taxation for the rest of us ensuring that is ring fenced to go to the NHS (which needs to be reformed with the help of an all party committee to insure it remains free to all at point of need).

To simplistic and full of holes, but hey ho.


Said proudly by a person who buys off ebay, Amazon,and drinks Costas...............

My solution would be tax all Union members extra, and Union leaders earning over £35,000 everything that's left. Nail the one's who have pushed the public purse cost sky high !


Union members already pay extra in union membership dues :-)

It's as daft as that deutsche bank suggestion people who work at home should pay more in tax because they save on transport and buying their lunch - hmm let's guess the bank who must have wobbly loans for commercial property? Surely, people who work at home should be given tax refunds because not as much needs to be as spent on road/rail infrastructure for them, and they have to pay for their own heating/lighting too.


PS Anyone done that tax rebate thing where you get about £6 a month for home working? How easy is it? Asking for a friend.


Research, man, research.

I’m joking!

Your employer can claim on your behalf and it’ll be given to you as a tax free expense.

Or you can claim here - https://www.gov.uk/tax-relief-for-employees/working-at-home.

I work 4 hours with 1 employer from home and get £6 a week and work 6 hours with another and get £6 a week for that as well, both paid as expenses by the employer.

I work self employed at home midnight to 4am (FYI MRF) 28 hours a week and I claim tax relief on that when I do my next return.
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Why the [censored] do i want to know..?
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Why the [censored] do i want to know..?


For info

You said I was skiving working from home and had oodles of time, showing you my rota.
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Tax dodger!
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Tax dodger!


I’m not giving any of my money to Boris friends to create systems that a 5 year old could do.

Seriously if Martin Lewis said it’s alright it’s alright.

I can claim it from each employment and self employment. It’s morally not right but it’s the way it is.

One of my employers pay my sky tv and broadband subscription each month ??? No idea why but that’s what they said they’d do so I’ve been a good boy and not included it in my self employed expenses.
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Boris self isolating

Just a coincidence though the press were after him, half his team left, fu cked the country up.

Keep well Boris son.

What a load of old shite
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All you socialists on here talking crap about tax dodging and you are all at it-trying to save six quid a week!

A point I have made on here over and over-it’s ok to bang up taxes so long as it’s someone else paying it.
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Is it a tax dodge or a scheme though?

We’re tax credits a tax dodge by the less fortunate as it came from HMRC?

Is furlough even a tax dodge as it’s paid by HMRC for no work?

Tax dodging is when you don’t fill in your tax returns properly, don’t declare properly or move money between different entities as Capita do. That’s tax dodging!

£6 a week, work at home allowance, isn’t tax dodging it’s a scheme.

In my opinion it’s completely pointless and unwarranted but it’s there.
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All you socialists on here talking crap about tax dodging and you are all at it-trying to save six quid a week!


Make up your mind, earlier in the week you were calling me a closet capitalist because I have the temerity to live within my means and save money.

A point I have made on here over and over-it’s ok to bang up taxes so long as it’s someone else paying it.


While all tax avoidance is legal by definition, many people would say there is a difference between Mullen saving £6 a week and the likes of Amazon using it to save millions.
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For the record, I don’t think people working from home should get £6 a week.

It’s designed to stop people complaining there are paying more on utilities to work from home. I can see it uses but we’ve all suffered financially and really should be thankful they have a job.

I’ll make a charity donation with mine, it gets paid automatically by my employer, I feel guilty now. Or help pay Laffys tax ;)
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Boris man, you are a total joke! Hands. Face. Space! You preech to the country yet are unable to have a breakfast meeting with someone sitting at opposite corners of a room wearing a mask.

Or maybe this is a "hiding in the fridge" moment before a big Brexit week. Guessing he wasn't planning on jumping on a plane to Brussels
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Amazon don’t break any laws on tax mate-that’s the problem.It’s the laws that are in need of attention.

Most of us avoid tax-paying cash to window cleaners, car washes etc.That however is evasion, not avoidance, and it’s illegal
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