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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by dennisboothstash, Oct 29, 2020.
Kept that quiet...
Stoic is Chazz
Just struggles on in silence.
Don’t like to talk about it Ben
It’s really annoying two of my mates have had it now and they’ve recovered the selfish ****s. Every time I start telling my story they keep interrupting. Selfish
Look North reporting we are 15th with 300/100k.
They report differently to the Government’s figures though.
Who to believe? The Government or Look North? Its a tough one
They take their information from the same source but one applies a 3 day lag and one applies a 4 day lag so it ends up the same eventually.
Down below what were tier 2 London figures.
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Down to 183 per 100,000 in the East Riding.
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get the pubs open!!!
The BBC (which essentially projects what tomorrow’s Government figures will be) has Hull at 280 per 100,000 and in 20th.
Does it say what date that's for? The recent figures tend to be less accurate due to late arrivals, but that tends to make them lower. At 280, that would seem to suggest the rate of fall isn't as high as it has been if it's for today or yesterday.
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As bizarre as it sounds, dropping to tier 2 could be worse for a fair number of businesses, such as hospitality, as while they are forced to close in tier 3, they get protection, yet in tier 2, they can theoretically open, yet trade is down due to it being limited to family groups, and the food element means quite a few pubs cannot handle the amount of trade that they'd need to to enable people to sit and have a beer.
How will it be funded ? Increase in income taxes/corporate taxes ?
Higher taxes for self employed/sole proprietor's of small one-man businesses ?
Health insurance policies (and obvious premiums to be paid) to cover the extra costs of running businesses & giving additional employee benefits ?
Not something all would agree to. A very complex problem.
It could easily be paid by taxing the people who take billions of quid out of the uk economy by running businesses an hedge funds through offshore tax havens.
Can’t quite remember where but a publican from somewhere open for household ms to use said they’d rather be forced to close so they got financial support
A bit like the Guardian then.
And Philip Green / Mrs Green and Arcadia
And loads of people/ companies
it’s not a right wing/left wing argument
it’s just people following rules specifically set up to keep rich people rich and poor people poor. Both sides of the political divide have people happy to use that instead of changing it
the system needs changing