Genuinley confused?????

zombie

Private Member
I'm a big boris fan so I'm not out to dig him.

But I cant believe that nobody proofed that speech with ref to work " if absolutely nesacerry if unable to work from home"

That was so unclear and open to interpretation. On the other hand nichola sturgeon was crystal clear "only essential work"

So for clarity how have you lot taken it to mean????
 

ThePostman

Active Member
I'd go with Sturgeons interpretation. She would have been briefed beforehand what was going to be announced. He's just delivered it wrong because he's a bumbling f**k**g idiot
 

tapit

Well-Known Member
not sure, not sure if yards will be open tomorrow, if I can get gear I will have to work.
 

Donzo

Well-Known Member
Only essential workers only.
Police,nhs workers,delivery drivers,public transport
A few others

Simple stay home
 

zombie

Private Member

algeeman

It’s A Boy
I'm a big boris fan so I'm not out to dig him.

But I cant believe that nobody proofed that speech with ref to work " if absolutely nesacerry if unable to work from home"

That was so unclear and open to interpretation. On the other hand nichola sturgeon was crystal clear "only essential work"

So for clarity how have you lot taken it to mean????
"you can travel too and from work if absolutely necessary and cant work from home"



fuuck knows mate.
 

ryanb

New Member
"you can travel too and from work if absolutely necessary and cant work from home"



fuuck knows mate.
It’s impossible for me to work from home and its “essential” I work to pay bills and purchase food for my kids. So until the government come up with a package for the self employed to sit in the house and get paid for 3 weeks like everyone else then I’ll be working.
 

martinemj

Well-Known Member
Got this from Telegraph.....may be more reliable ??

Lifted from his speech

travelling to and from work, but only where this is absolutely necessary and cannot be done from home.


link below (there is a copy of his exact words too)
UK coronavirus lockdown: what the latest Government advice means for you

 

FreeD

Private Member
I'm a big boris fan so I'm not out to dig him.

But I cant believe that nobody proofed that speech with ref to work " if absolutely nesacerry if unable to work from home"

That was so unclear and open to interpretation. On the other hand nichola sturgeon was crystal clear "only essential work"

So for clarity how have you lot taken it to mean????
Agree very unclear and my guess is the reason for that is if he says self employed must stay home then surely liable to cover their wages? They are trying to worm out of it...also a Boris fan but if he doesn't support us he has lost my vote.
 

Cockney1

Well-Known Member
I'm a big boris fan so I'm not out to dig him.

But I cant believe that nobody proofed that speech with ref to work " if absolutely nesacerry if unable to work from home"

That was so unclear and open to interpretation. On the other hand nichola sturgeon was crystal clear "only essential work"

So for clarity how have you lot taken it to mean????
I’ve taken it to mean knock the f**k out of your job you’ve got on at the minute and get out of dodge mate.
 
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