Really?The full extent remains to be seen post-transition but things aren't looking exactly rosy are they?
I'm all for equality of opportunity.If they are able to compete at the level of graduates in other disciplines when it comes to selection days, and then indeed performance during the role, then why not?
Does that mean KFC will get their chicken next time?Neither of which, it seems, were required, although the latter also monitored the systems and logged data.
Closer to home, my big brother, a training manager for DHL was telling me of DHLs recent purchase of hundreds of the latest volvo truck, which not only knows where it is and how the road changes (adjusting engine power and gear selection autonomously) but the system "learns" routes, sharing that revised data with the rest of the fleet. The driver is thus just a legislatively mandated steering wheel attendant.
Way ahead of anything in the car world.
It doesn't make sense because he's missing an indefinite article in his original post viz:Because it has never applied to a chef.
So you claiming to have been an 'a la carte vegetable chef' makes as much sense as saying you were a 'I'll have a room with a sea view please hotel manager'.
Unless he believes the position was 'la carte vegetable chef'.I did have a job as an a la carte vegetable chef in a posh hotel. . .
Actually the only nationality is British. If you can show me Welsh Scots or English passport I’d be obligedIs there a nationality called “British”. Are you denying her Englishness even though she lives in England.
if she was a decent scrum half you would be throwing the shirt on her.
Because technically we are still in the EU in all but name. Don’t forget you voted to leave all this behind old chap.Really?
....are somehow considered "not looking rosy"?
- near full employment, and record low unemployment;
- record high FDI;
- real wages rising;
- near record low interest rates;
- low inflation; and
- higher GDP growth than the EU.