Asda joins rivals to pay back Covid rates relief
03/12/2020 | news | business | 500
The UK's biggest supermarkets will return £1.7bn after facing criticism for taking state support.
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KO
03/12/2020 12:39:54 1 0
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That's quite a naive view. Amazon will employ the best lawyers / accountants to make profits appear low to avoid tax. Nothing new / unique in that.

Undoubtedly Amazon have reinvested profits to expand and meet demand. Their business model is near flawless. But JB is world's richest man and that is a fact you can't escape. Time for a sales tax on online goods, payable in country of buyer.
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Like Aldi most ASDAs are shit tips Removed
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04/12/2020 04:21:45 1 1
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Before you accuse other people of being idiots, maybe you should learn to spell?

Cheers… Ishy
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03/12/2020 16:04:02 0 0
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Which begs the question. Why are the Gov not looking at reducing population growth? Reducing number of births now through policy change will take 20 years to feed into the workforce, when automation will be far more prevalent & there will likely be fewer jobs

Benefit being that reduced births means more £/head for children that are born without increasing costs = better education/life outcomes
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