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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    I know what I'd do with the cunt.

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    yeah, guy has 200mil and puts folk on the street...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Shocking and disgraceful treatment... They need lambasting on Tripadvisor, by as many as possible, and shown up for the scum they are, so that when they open again no-one will go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi_dave View Post
    Just been to Waitrose and Tesco. All the usuals have gone - loo rolls, kitchen rolls, all tins, all frozen food, all bread, all veg and fruit but also worrying was that there was no beer at all, just (literally) a handful of cans of 'craft beer'. I don't drink much but do enjoy a beer with my dinner and now that's gone..
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    This should be good news for anyone worried about financial difficulty due to the effects of CV: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51982005

    Who'd have thunk that a Tory government would be volunteering to pay 80% of everyone's wages?

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    Um but for a lot 80% is not good enough. In the real world have you seen employees cutting each others throats over an hours overtime. Ive seen it all the time, that is how desperate things get with people hence 80% aint no good. So unless its full pay people with symptoms will still go to work spreading it about.

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    There will always be people who don't want a Conservative government, but Boris really does seem to be working hard for the country - far better than we could have hoped for from Corbyn in my view
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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Um but for a lot 80% is not good enough. In the real world have you seen employees cutting each others throats over an hours overtime. Ive seen it all the time, that is how desperate things get with people hence 80% aint no good. So unless its full pay people with symptoms will still go to work spreading it about.
    Certainly there will have to be some belt-tightening, but the reduced income will be offset to some degree by reduced travel costs. My van needs about £70 a week, so a bit of saving there. And will people with young kids not save on childcare costs?

    Having said that, I don't know how I'll get on with it being self employed.
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    Again many people cant afford to even catch a Bus they walk to work. I know at least three at our place cannot afford public transport

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Um but for a lot 80% is not good enough. In the real world have you seen employees cutting each others throats over an hours overtime. Ive seen it all the time, that is how desperate things get with people hence 80% aint no good. So unless its full pay people with symptoms will still go to work spreading it about.
    Nope dude, as that's not my world. As I said before, nothing is perfect, but it's still a very good gesture by the government, which folks should be availing of, in conjunction with agreeing suitable payment proposals moving forward with their mortgage companies, landlords and other creditors - and unless they're one of the country's key workers, staying at home!

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    Well mate its reality within more peoples lives than you realise.. Gesture! I think they get enough from us throughout our working contributions

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