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    ^Radio Rental!

    Apparently all UK airports are like that atm and it's not even the Summer holidays yet!

    Trouble is they can't get the staff, not surprisingly as they are only willing to pay minimum wage which doesn't cover the cost of living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    minimum wage which doesn't cover the cost of living.
    spot on plus its taking months to get airside security passes I read. they are going to need more bouncers if this drags into peek periods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    spot on plus its taking months to get airside security passes I read. they are going to need more bouncers if this drags into peek periods.
    They're giving out temporary airside passes without any checks but still can't get the staff.

    The only staff at uk airports now are Pakistani or East Europeans that pay no Bill's and live 10 to a room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    they are going to need more bouncers if this drags into peek periods.
    Police are already being used due to staff shortages to inform irate package tourists that their two week all inclusive piss up in Benidorm is cancelled.

    Words of advice, avoid UK airports in the morning!!! At all costs.

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    temporary pain, this and other bumps is the price of sucking on the EU cheap labour teat

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    temporary pain, this and other bumps is the price of sucking on the EU cheap labour teat
    Most of the workers were Btits that got made redundant during Covid and have moved on to other sectors for more money, they won't be going back.

    The aviation industry will only get back.on track when they make the wages attractive.

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    ^ the remainers are all pointing at this as a disaster, a terrible mistake and they and labour would have no problem with Brits labouring for peanuts as the general wages are driven down since the 2000's but for me i am happy for temporary pain and a brighter future with higher wages that mean families and individuals can support themselves. Fuk the EU and the CBI and Business in general who have bought into making people slaves to Govt handouts.

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    The head of the CBI backed Brexit and was then forced to resign.

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    yep, not sucking on the profit teat.

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    Premier League 2022/23 fixtures released


    FRIDAY 5TH AUGUST





    • Crystal Palace 20:00 Arsenal



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    HIROSHIMA DAY BIG BANG

    • Fulham
      12:30
      Liverpool
    • AFC Bournemouth
      15:00
      Aston Villa
    • Leeds United
      15:00
      Wolverhampton Wanderers
    • Leicester City
      15:00
      Brentford
    • Newcastle United
      15:00
      Nottingham Forest
    • Tottenham Hotspur
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      Southampton
    • Everton
      17:30
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    AUG 7


    • Manchester United
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      Brighton & Hove Albion

    • West Ham United
      16:30
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    Richarlison: Tottenham's new signing to miss first Premier League match after flare incident


    Tottenham Hotspur's summer signing Richarlison will miss the first Premier League game of the season after receiving a one-match ban due to a flare incident in May.
    The 25-year-old forward threw a flare during former club Everton's crucial 1-0 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park.

    As well as the ban, Richarlison has been fined 25,000 by an independent regulatory commission.
    The Brazilian admitted his behaviour was improper.
    It was a breach of Rule E3, which covers improper conduct. Pyrotechnics are banned from football stadiums in England.
    Richarlison threw the flare as a celebration for scoring the winner over Thomas Tuchel's side, which aided the club in staying in the top flight.
    Frank Lampard's team came close to relegation last season, staying up in part because of Richarlison's 10 goals and five assists in what proved to be his final campaign at Goodison.
    It was announced earlier in July the forward has signed for Tottenham on a five-year deal.

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    complete fuckin moron

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    Chelsea boss Tuchel 'plots surprise De Ligt transfer alternative' | Football | Sport | Express.co.uk

    Tuchel could raid German giants Bayern for 26-year-old defender Pavard this summer, according to The Mirror.
    The Bundesliga champions may have to sell in order to bring in their intended targets. In fact, one of Bayern's main targets is De Ligt, as the German side appear to have scuppered Chelsea's intended raid for the Juventus star.
    But when one door closes, another opens, and Pavard could be forced out in order to facilitate Bayern's move for the Dutchman. Tuchel could see Pavard as a potential major asset across his back-line, as the Frenchman can play in a number of positions, and has done so for club and country.

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