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Will the airlines even run a service tho if the planes will be almost flying empty?

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The ones that don't go bust might.

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Likely yes.

Frieght is a good payer and the Atlantic us the most profitable world route 

There's also the current situation that if a company does not  fly the route it can gave it's slots taken from it .

There has been talk during the week if that being revised

 

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1 hour ago, Mister Gee said:

I’ve got a mate who lives in Skinningrove  who says he’s seen a bloke dressed in similar attire. 

 

thyre all freaks there annall lol

10 minutes ago, geared said:

Will the airlines even run a service tho if the planes will be almost flying empty?

theyve been flying empty "ghost" planes anyway just to keep their airport slots Oo

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8 hours ago, melthebell said:

Saw some Japanese lasses in Whitby the other day wearing some

I've  seen plenty of Chinese in Morrisons wearing them too, wonder where they got them from.

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31 minutes ago, jaffa1 said:

I've  seen plenty of Chinese in Morrisons wearing them too, wonder where they got them from.

china and japan? they wear em all the time over there? pollution i think?

Hospitality needs help from the government or places will go bust

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51882332

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Sheffield has 13 cases now and 14th in the uk list of case numbers. This is up from 3 yesterday.

 

This is gonna get really bad, really quickly 

 


 

 

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SARS, MERS, bird flu, swine flu, vCJD, HIV/AIDS, Ebola and now COVID-19 all got into the human population as a result of people using animals for food*.

 

Is the human and economic cost of these diseases a price worth paying for being able to eat meat?

 

In economic terms alone, one estimate puts the cost of the current pandemic at around 2.7 trillion US dollars, compared to the annual value of the global meat industry being around 1 trillion or a bit less.

 

*MERS being a partial exception since it came from camel slobber.  Camels are not just used for food.

 

[I don't get off scot-free, by the way, as I'm not vegan.]

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3 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

France closing all non-essential public buildings.

 

France orders non-essential public places to close https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-51892477

 

Are we not being told everything? 

why do you think we are not being told everything?

 

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Posted (edited)
Just now, andyofborg said:

why do you think we are not being told everything?

 

probably because this decision in France when a few days ago seemed like they were quite relaxed seems quite drastic.

 

Looks to me, like our gov doing a good job. Schools and unis will be shut though, can see this announced tomorrow. Or maybe if they allow it at first, public panic will end up making this decision for them.

Edited by *_ash_*

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