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Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Rodeo Joe, Apr 28, 2020.

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    Rodeo Joe Well-Known Member

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    Raining today so thought I'd look at the first tax paperwork the dvla sent a while back.
    Got all the forms but their phone lines are down till further notice and there's a note on the website don't send any paperwork to them either.
    Guess that means I'm stuffed then until further notice:(.
    Anybody else come across this?
     
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    I suspect that they have been offered full pay to sit at home as they are all Civil Servants.
     
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    The thought had occured to me, its all phone and terminal based so whats the problem.
     
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    Probably can't agree the expences rate for work use of home phone and PC. There will be a TU / Management working group meeting weekly to discuss it. I spent 22 years in the Civil Service. They spent 6 months calculating the resources cost of an e-mail before deciding whether to allow staff to send and receive e-mails to personal addreses, this was because e-mail was seen to be like using a Goverment stamp and envelope to post a personal letter, a dismissable offence. They decided it was 0.01p per e-mail and we were "allowed" to send and receive e-mails at work. They completely missed the £millions wasted since them by bored staff reading personal e-mails all day but that didn't matter, the intergirty of the expenses code remained intact.
     
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