40 Stores to close... (part 5)

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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by Chadwick » Thu Jul 02 2020 5:53pm

More than 12,000 people in the UK are set to lose their jobs after a raft of firms announced cuts in the past 48 hours.

The cuts are mainly being made by High Street retailers and in aviation - two of the sectors hardest hit by the coronavirus lockdown.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-53247787
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Re: Job losses continues

Post by planteria » Thu Jul 02 2020 11:57pm

Richard Frost wrote:
Thu Jul 02 2020 5:30pm
The BBC is to cut 450 jobs in its English regional TV news and current affairs, local radio and online news.
The proposed cuts are on top of the 450 redundancies previously announced - and subsequently put on hold - by BBC News.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-53263793
now that i quite like to see, in that the agenda has been so openly pervy for so long, and getting worse.

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Re: Job losses continues

Post by Chadwick » Fri Jul 03 2020 7:02pm

planteria wrote:
Thu Jul 02 2020 11:57pm
Richard Frost wrote:
Thu Jul 02 2020 5:30pm
The BBC is to cut 450 jobs in its English regional TV news and current affairs, local radio and online news.
The proposed cuts are on top of the 450 redundancies previously announced - and subsequently put on hold - by BBC News.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-53263793
now that i quite like to see, in that the agenda has been so openly pervy for so long, and getting worse.
"pervy" ?

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Re: Job losses continues

Post by AAAlphaThunder » Fri Jul 03 2020 9:41pm

Chadwick wrote:
Fri Jul 03 2020 7:02pm
planteria wrote:
Thu Jul 02 2020 11:57pm
now that i quite like to see, in that the agenda has been so openly pervy for so long, and getting worse.
"pervy" ?
If you ask those on the left they say the BBC is right-wing biased.

If you ask those on the right they say the BBC is left-wing biased.
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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by planteria » Sat Jul 04 2020 8:19am

that's only half true - assuming you are asking intelligent, reasonable adults.
the bias is absolutely clear, and even those on 'their side' are embarrassed.

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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by Sarah » Sat Jul 04 2020 9:10am

Yeah, they gave loony rights like Farage and Tice almost permanent seats on Question Time, which was utterly ridiculous.

However, that has very little to do with regional news, which is struggling across all forms of media.

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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by planteria » Mon Jul 06 2020 9:20am

Farage has apparently appeared on Question Time 32 times in 18 years, ie. 1.7 weeks/year.
and he was a part of the movement that won the referendum, so perhaps not as much of a 'loony' as some might like to believe.. there's no real discussion to be had, as you can't believe that the BBC has a 'right' bias.

anyway, pubs opened at the weekend.. and we're seeing most of the country opening back up. but now the damage is starting to be revealed, or caused, as the costs are all coming back to normal, with cashflow reduced in many cases.

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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by AAAlphaThunder » Mon Jul 06 2020 10:42am

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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by Sarah » Mon Jul 06 2020 11:44am

planteria wrote:
Mon Jul 06 2020 9:20am
you can't believe that the BBC has a 'right' bias
No, I think it's unbiased in intent, however they've made some serious mistakes. They set editorial policy for BBC news to treat leaving the EU as a foregone conclusion shortly after the referendum, which was unjustified as the result was so slim and unsound; it could have gone other ways. The worst problem they have is giving airtime and prominence to "both sides" of any issue under the guise of "balance", even when one is fact-based and the other just opinion or lies. That's not doing their job properly, nor is allowing politicians to get away with giving nonsense answers to questions. These failings have fuelled the current rise of fantasy politics and charlatans taking power, which has obviously helped the right.
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Re: 40 Stores to close... (part 5)

Post by pabenny » Mon Jul 06 2020 12:09pm

planteria wrote:
Mon Jul 06 2020 9:20am
Farage has apparently appeared on Question Time 32 times in 18 years, ie. 1.7 weeks/year.
That's a touch out of date - the tally is now 35 and is a higher frequency than any other guest.

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