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  1. Sounds like "the easiest deal in human history".🤔
  2. Why not? https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-dorset-41774047
  3. I see Condor are reporting losses of £40m and a drop in passenger numbers of 96% for 2020. The good news is they have a cunning plan let's hope they didn't get it from Baldrick. https://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2021/01/13/condor-recovery-plan-ready-for-when-restrictions-ease/
  4. You're welcome to my Cheddar and I'll have your Edam. Lower calories, lower carbohydrates and lower fat but more protein. What's not to like?
  5. Interesting to see how much BF have lost in Euro-GBP currency exchange. https://www.euractiv.com/section/uk-europe/news/frances-brittany-ferries-in-dire-straits-due-to-double-brexit-covid-whammy/
  6. My wife and I are taking part in the ONS/Oxford University Covid-19 study. It involves 200,000 households chosen at random accross the country and lasts for a year. Tests are taken once a week for the first 5 weeks and then every month. 200,000 households is quite a significant number of individuals so I should imagine the results should be accurate and I understand the study has been enlarged since we started.
  7. We can if we use the power to convert water to hydrogen and then use that to power the car.
  8. With all due respect the problem is not the points raised but the title of the thread. If people discussing the things they have is not deemed to be "on topic" then surely the topic should make it very clear what the thing under discussion is. Something like "Opinions on when will things stabilize to the new normal post COVID" might be clearer if that is what was intended.
  9. Probably because £100 fine would mean nothing to her. Until all fines are based on a percentage of income then there will always be people who are effected by fines and others that are not.
  10. The potential loss of 150,000 UK landbridge truck crossings a year is going to make quite a hole in the finances of cross channel and Irish Sea ferry companies.
  11. Rattler43

    2021 Timetables

    What do the CI inhabitants actually want from a ferry service? If they're looking to promote holiday or a short break market then conventional passenger ferries are not the answer. There is a huge potential market for 48 or 72 hour and day trips. None of this potential lends itself to travel by a conventional ferry service. A lot of business was lost when the two HSC's were replaced with one. A second HSC is needed.
  12. Hardly a situation unique to France I'm afraid.
  13. UK politicians or BFE members? I didn't think we were allowed to do that.
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