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Why are pubs still open ?

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On Fri 20 Mar at 12:22pm Tractorboy81 wrote:
Why on earth are pubs still open ? With everything about social distancing and that itís a joke, I understand that the pubs will lose massive amounts of money or even go out of business but surely common sense is needed.
Ireland closed all its pubs before St Patrickís Day but then Ireland has taken things seriously unlike buffoon Boris.
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On Fri 20 Mar at 1:25pm Marco wrote:
Itís likely down to insurance. Shut without a govt. directive and the insurer will not pay for business interruption. If they wait and are told theyíre likely to be able to claim.
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On Fri 20 Mar at 1:33pm Tractorboy81 wrote:
Yes Marco I know thatís why I said about Ireland doing the right thing , Boris hasnít got the bollox to shut everything down, we shall see thou maybe he knows something the rest of us and Europe doesnít.
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On Fri 20 Mar at 5:25pm Tractorboy81 wrote:
Fair play Boris you do have the Bollox to shut things, I take my words back
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On Fri 20 Mar at 5:33pm Tom Pain wrote:
Oh so Boris hasn't got what it takes to stick to his guns,thought as much.
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On Fri 20 Mar at 6:19pm Basil wrote:
Not any more they're not.
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On Fri 20 Mar at 8:13pm David2 wrote:
Hopefully the pub and restaurant owners will now get some insurance. However I expect the government will have to bail out the insurance companies in their turn. We are paying a high price and will be for years - lets hope it works.


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