Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by koolpc, Mar 23, 2020.
Almost a full lockdown. Not quite but nearly!
so we are only allowed to go to work if we can’t work from home, or we are only allowed to go to work if our work is essential?
I don't believe there is a law in place from stopping you doing what the **** you want to if you so choose.
Yes. Non essential have to stay home
Obviously you not read the news.
Whats classed as essential work?
Do you expect building sites to close up?
Yes, its not essential work...
My ex text me to say she been told to report to work tomorrow for a meeting and then they closing. She works in a decorating trade / retail supply shop.
I wonder if Screwfix (or any merchants) will still be able to open? If a customer has water pouring through their ceiling, it's okay ringing a plumber, but if he hasn't got the parts he needs in the van, what can he do?
Call a plumber who does! Lol
Not gone through the commons yet has it? 2 MP's tabled an amendment to stop the government from totally ******* us over for years to come if I recall correctly.
Boris said the police have the powers to do what he stated. Its a done deal.
Some of the main housebuilders have already, though the one I sub on is business as usual at the moment.
Boris is wrong.
Do you think Amazon will be able to remain 'open?'
I very much doubt that.
Makes no difference to you then.
No as i know you are not needed buddy..
You can go to work if there is no possible way you work from home.
He actually said you’re allowed “to travel to and from work, but only where this is absolutely necessary, and cannot be done from home”.
I would say for the vast majority of the self employed people in the country expected to receive/survive on £94 odd a week as opposed to up to £2500 a month for all the PAYE’s, that leaving the house to work IS absolutely necessary.
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