Paperchase on the brink of administration
05/01/2021 | news | business | 513
The stationery chain which has 127 stores and around 1,500 employees says shop closures hit it hard.
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05/01/2021 15:08:02 6 4
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Because?
Because, probably many reasons, including filtering £1 billion to his wife just before a recent store collapse and so the pension funds couldn't get their hands on it would be a good example.
Also he was one of the many shopping mall "entrepreneurs " who murdered the high streets in the 70s and 80s.
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05/01/2021 15:08:02 6 4
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Because?
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05/01/2021 15:39:04 2 9
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Remove the clown save lives + businesses/economy + provide a better education for children; it's a win win. No down sides.
Another keyboard wannabee. You'll be applying for the job then? Removed
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05/01/2021 18:24:07 2 2
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Every purchase you make online is another nail in the coffin for these businesses. Suppose it depends what type of future you want, one where you live boxed up in your house, get deliveries by drones and get spoon feed state sponsored lies through your tell-lie-vision, or do you want to break the chain and go back to how it was? Your choice.
Humans are dumb as f*** thats ehy we are all going to die Removed
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05/01/2021 18:58:50 0 7
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The truth is revealing itself. Day by day. Nurse in Portugal died from vaccine. Latest victim. Stay safe people and remember less than 300 people under the age of 60 with no previously IDENTIFIED underlying health conditions have succumbed to the virus.
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