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Companies that have lost credibility

What companies have shown their true colours due to the Coronavirus crisis? No football clubs to be included or those who had zero credibility to start with 😂

posted on 23/4/20

comment by atheist (U2783)
posted 3 hours, 54 minutes ago
The cvnt who owns wetherspoons, telling his staff to go and work for tesco, fkn roaster.
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What are you talking about, this guy is an absolute National Treasure, don’t you know he’s was one of the main voices behind getting Brexit done - he’s an absolute legend - should be knighted or given a peerage 👍🏼

posted on 23/4/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 24 minutes ago
comment by atheist (U2783)
posted 3 hours, 54 minutes ago
The cvnt who owns wetherspoons, telling his staff to go and work for tesco, fkn roaster.
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What are you talking about, this guy is an absolute National Treasure, don’t you know he’s was one of the main voices behind getting Brexit done - he’s an absolute legend - should be knighted or given a peerage 👍🏼
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The guy is a total and utter bell.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 23/4/20

Say what you want about JDW but their pubs appeal to many people. I'm not one but know plenty that love buying decent pints for £1.50 or whatever.

Martin only owns a third of the business but, like Branson and Ashley gets 100% of any criticism. End of the day he's grown one pub into a £1.8bn business before the virus. Pays £10m's in tax every year on a low margin business. Seen all cashflow dry up through nothing he's done is a bit harsh. Probably too blunt and outspoken. Ashley hides.

comment by RJC (U17308)

posted on 23/4/20

comment by Geoff Tipps (U1449)
posted 4 hours, 4 minutes ago
Tesco, used to be expensive as feck, then everyone in our town used to go to Asda, Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl etc and Tesco was always empty, just over a year ago they started being competitive again, since this Covid 19 business they’ve saw it as an opportunity to up their prices again, I know Asda and Morrison’s don’t have as many deals as before but Tesco are taking the pi$$
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Tesco are a rip-off in usual circumstances.

posted on 23/4/20

I have plenty of supermarkets within a short distance. Tesco, SuperValu, Aldi, Dunnes, Lidl, Iceland. All within 5 mins. I very rarely go to Tesco. A couple of weeks back all of them had screens for the staff at tills, sanitizer + gloves available at the door, social distancing markings on the floor and announcements about social distancing etc.. one night I thought id try Tesco as they sell books. No sanitizer, no screens for the staff, no social distancing markings/warnings etc. I'm sure they have everything in place now but I won't be going back.

posted on 23/4/20

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 46 minutes ago
Say what you want about JDW but their pubs appeal to many people. I'm not one but know plenty that love buying decent pints for £1.50 or whatever.

Martin only owns a third of the business but, like Branson and Ashley gets 100% of any criticism. End of the day he's grown one pub into a £1.8bn business before the virus. Pays £10m's in tax every year on a low margin business. Seen all cashflow dry up through nothing he's done is a bit harsh. Probably too blunt and outspoken. Ashley hides.
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Only owning a third of a business usually means you are the majority shareholder and likely to be the controlling one.

posted on 24/4/20

comment by atheist (U2783)
posted 4 hours, 23 minutes ago
comment by MaHeed'sNippin aka I’m the competen... (U3633)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 21 minutes ago
I see a flaw.

Lava is molten rock generated by geothermal energy and expelled through fractures in planetary crust or in an eruption, usually at temperatures from 700 to 1,200 °C (1,292 to 2,192 °F).
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ffs this thread has morphed into University Challenge
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I'll have a P, bob.
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You wish...

posted on 24/4/20

Half pizza supper and 2 beetroots
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A side salad with it, eh?

posted on 24/4/20

comment by I'm not as think as you drunk I am.......Schizophrenia was my idea!.....No it wasn't!.....You are never alone with a Schizo :D (U2115)
posted 45 seconds ago
Delloites
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😂😂😂

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