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- 8 Nov 2014
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- West Yorkshire
That's fine - it's just there's not much meat to the argument (not that I'm trying to have an argument - just trying to get the point across that the two negative impacts on business have different causes, likely different length of impact, and different reasons for impact).Well it is and I also respect your rights.
It's not hypocrisy to want to try to reduce virus transmission by shutting down (hopefully temporarily), and at the same time being annoyed at the extra load on a business due to Brexit (regardless of whether that individual voted for or against Brexit... and none of us voted for Covid).