P45


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P45

(1) A British metonym for termination of employment, and similarly a euphemism for being terminated.
(2) A document from Inland Revenue, HM’s taxation authority, which is given by an employer to an employee who has stopped working, been made redundant or been terminated.
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The P45 has features and controls that 30 years ago would have required a gunsmith and custom work, but now they're considered the norm in a "modern" 1911.
Theresa May's speech to the Tory conference descended into farce as the PM battled a nagging cough, was handed a P45 by a prankster, and the letters on her stage set fell off.
Writing on his Twitter feed shortly afterwards, Brodkin said: "Hi @BorisJohnson, I gave Theresa her P45 just like you asked."
Application of P90 offered maximum 1000- grain weight (TGW), 24% more than P0 and 10% more than P45, whereas, P45 produced 13% more TGW as compared to P0.
"Library staff at Berwick did receive a letter about the transfer of services from the council through to Active Northumberland explaining that a P45 would be received as part of the transfer to ensure people were paid seamlessly.
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He discovered that the P45 protein had a previously unknown neuroprotective effect.
Due to a BBC cock-up, he could have found himself trying to explain why the plate on the micro car - dubbed the P45 - was registered to a yellow Ford Transit van.
The students, on Coventry University's automotive and transport design course, worked with the programme makers to produce the car, named the P45.
THE master brewer who pulled a pint of Guinness for the Queen has said he feared he would get his P45 in the post if he had mucked it up.