Covid: Christmas comes early as grocery sales 'hit record' in November
08/12/2020 | news | business | 532
Spending surged last month as eating out was restricted by England's national lockdown, figures suggest.
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08/12/2020 12:26:32 4 7
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Why don't you shop during your lunch hour then you can be one of the 'selfish greedy people too'! Are you still crying?
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08/12/2020 13:01:43 3 8
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Sensible households are stockpiling enough imported food, to see us through January No Deal chaos.

Me : loo roll, tea, coffee, olive oil etc
It's brave to own up to being so moronic. I like the special touch, with the 'Me' bit too... Removed
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08/12/2020 13:30:13 1 1
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What was your excuse ?
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08/12/2020 12:58:51 3 11
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Enjoy your Christmas as it will be the last Christmas meal in the United Kingdom with free trades from EU

AND

Don't forget COVID

Good luck

p.s., here in China where I am currently staying to avoid the choking COVID UK lockdown every day's life is alike Christmas

Heaven
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08/12/2020 12:53:40 106 10
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Gone to less than a weeks wage, a month, due to being laid off in August. Sat at home wearing two jumpers, to keep warm, and haven't got much in, to eat, for tonight. But it's Dole day tomorrow, so life ain't that bad. Just got to hang in there, and I consider myself lucky...
Fingers crossed. Hopefully soon Boris will pull his thumb out of Hancock's arse and they'll realise what damage they're doing to the economy. Removed
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08/12/2020 13:01:43 3 8
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Sensible households are stockpiling enough imported food, to see us through January No Deal chaos.

Me : loo roll, tea, coffee, olive oil etc
Loads of people go without because of selfish people stockpiling and your shouting about it like it's something to be proud of. Get this one removed as well if you like, doesn't change what you are. Removed
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08/12/2020 12:36:13 29 11
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"However, he said mince pie sales were down by 8%, reflecting "fewer opportunities to share a treat with friends and colleagues"."

Really... What does that even mean? The old sharing of the mince pie tradition... It's just another drivel.

Should we be aiming to spend exactly the same every year on exactly the same things? What is the point of this article?
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Loads of people go without because of selfish people stockpiling and your shouting about it like it's something to be proud of. Get this one removed as well if you like, doesn't change what you are. Removed
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Loads of people go without because of selfish people stockpiling and your shouting about it like it's something to be proud of. Get this one removed as well if you like, doesn't change what you are. Removed
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08/12/2020 14:11:10 5 12
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Fill your tummies now people. There's not going to be much on the shelves in January.
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I notice there is no HYS in the Madeleine McCann story. Simple to understand why. Her parents were at best grossly neglectful in her care and if they had been working class rather than professionals would have rightly been prosecuted for their actions. Removed
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08/12/2020 14:42:37 3 39
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So on the dole, yet you can obviously afford either a broadband connection or a smartphone with paid data access.
Oh FFS! He/she probably has running water, too. Being online these days is a an essential service - massively so if you're looking for a job, Removed
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08/12/2020 12:45:21 44 4
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Don’t worry there is no naughty list. If I hear that advert once more! Grrr
Almost as bad as the cretin on the Asda ad. Removed
Took up smoking again this year and drinking heavily,might start on cocaine next.Thank you for locking me up. Removed
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08/12/2020 17:57:27 6 5
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What if your hobby is being a keen amateur chef? We all need to find exciting new ways of serving turnips to serve our post-Brexit diet.
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