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It will happen as soon as they let the reps out again
Very few retailers are profiteering – instead they are going out of their way
And its makers say it was very difficult to record under lockdown
And they are reneging on the deal for those previously exempt
There was such a scrum I don’t know how the eggs survived
And the trouble is, there is no alternative
…but I have also had good news on that front too.
David Blackborow writes: “I wish to highlight a loophole in the government’s grants to business to help their cashflow during this crisis.”
If you don’t furlough, you don’t get help. Is it fair?
Among the measures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak were direct cash grants to help the self-employed through the coronavirus outbreak.
So far the delay in machine removal adds up to four months.
The company has answered back at length in its defence.
In this cartoon slot three issues back I recounted the experience that Jimmy Patel had when his Snowshock machine broke down at the end of January, only to be informed by the company they were withdrawing their lifetime warranty.
Western Union is looking for an easy option, but it’s not fair.
Unless, of course, you do some selling over the phone
But should it have got anywhere in the first place?
A question came from Mahesh Patel about selling sweeties in his store, Yogi Smurti Newsagents in West London. He asks: “Is there a new law requiring shops who sell products to make sure all ingredients used are labelled?
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