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Bobbisox1 | 13:38 Sat 28th Mar 2020 | News
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I dare say he could pay his stay at home staff for a year and still have change out of a million (s)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52066640

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This has been discussed previously, and I am happy to repeat my view that the responsibility for his companies' welfare does not rest with Sir Richard personally, and nor should it.
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I saw it as BBC breaking news Mr H?
He has offered to pump £250 million into the Virgin group so that's not an insignificant amount, is it?
There was a previous thread suggesting he put his hands in his pocket to help out.
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No, I guess not TCL
He is dobbing in:
'The airline's founder Sir Richard Branson this week offered to inject £250 million into the Virgin Group, with most of that amount going to the airline.'
From the link.
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I’m being very agreeable of late :0)
Dobbing in? Don't think so - it means to inform on someone
I am sure "Sir Richard " will do his best to look after his staff, he is a good man.
I read he's worth £3.5bn and the airline needs a £7.5bn bailout.

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