Supermarkets repay rates relief after backlash
02/12/2020 | news | business | 734
Morrisons follows Tesco's lead, with both supermarkets announcing plans to hand back a total £850m.
Hand it back you greedy scum.

Or better still give it all directly to NHS frontline workers rather than allowing the government to misspend on track & trace contracts for chums.

02/12/2020 11:26:47 4 12
The NHS boat has well and truly sailed. They have proved that with all the support they cannot cope. Sadly at the end of this we are looking at private American style care. We cannot keep throwing money at a service which is not viable. I for one do not want any of the tax payers money going down the drain any more
To sum up the below: 'Ah don't like Tesco (or Sainsbury or Morrisons or Asda or those bloody Gerry ones neither)................'

Welcome once more to whiners' corner where positivity is nowhere to be seen.

'Damned if they do and damned if they don't springs to mind...............
At least Tesco create wealth and opportunity, the BBC are given far more of our (the taxpayers') money and are nothing more than a propaganda tool for the left and remainers. All you have to do is look at the 'Brexit didn't have a direct influence on the vaccine rollout' and wonder why the story wasn't headlined, 'Brexit has indirect influence on vaccine rollout. So biased it's untrue!!! Removed
02/12/2020 19:20:46 1 0
Plus of course they have made untrue alegations against others, set up and filmed the search of Sir Cliffs home, trashed the reputations of MP's and top Army Generals and set up Princess Diana with forged documents in order to get a story. And worst of all cancelled free TV Licence for the elderly whilst quadrupling the pay for some entertainers thus breaking an agreement made in 2017.
02/12/2020 19:22:58 0 0
If you believe a supermarket creates wealth and opportunity then I know why you support Brexit.

Amongst other things, British Supermarkets pay is so meagre the taxpayer has to top up people’s wages with working tax credits.