Future of damaged Tesco discussed

Apr 25, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BBC News

A meeting is to be held to decide whether a controversial Tesco store damaged during disorder in Bristol will reopen, police have said.

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Apr 25, 2011
 
Fos if they reopen it again, look at the 93% no to tesco official figure painted over the road - and that was one reason not to open it in the fiorst place. captialism and neo liberalism going further than is beneficial...

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Apr 26, 2011
 
The government or authorities concerned,should as a matter of urgency,reopen it. In order to reduce,the trend of unemployment in Bristol in particular and the UK in general...

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Apr 26, 2011
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
The government or authorities concerned,should as a matter of urgency,reopen it. In order to reduce,the trend of unemployment in Bristol in particular and the UK in general...
So 8 police injured, over 50 protesters beaten, 16 hospitalistaions, just for the sake of 2 people at a time working a shift there? the man power that will go in to sorting this situation legally, politically and in all other sences, will generate more income than this tesco store would rip its employees off with minimum wage for years to come. You clearly arent a stokes croft resident.

TYou cant put a value on damaged life/scars.
Riot down at t Tesco like

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Shut em all down I say. Nowt like a riot once in a while and that Tesco is getting richer while we get poorer! Bring it down.
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Apr 26, 2011
 
Tesco pay more than the minimum wage. Funny how anywhere Tesco opens a store with "90% opposition" , afterwards the store is always packed out every day?

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Apr 26, 2011
 
Nope, tesco pay 6.08/hour actually for anyone till or lower.

As for packed out? Packed out with picket signs outside in the lead up.

Get your shit right and stop commenting unless you know something about this specific situation...
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Nope, tesco pay 6.08/hour actually for anyone till or lower.
As for packed out? Packed out with picket signs outside in the lead up.
Get your shit right and stop commenting unless you know something about this specific situation...
shut up, you crusty old hippy throwback. and what is wrong with the minimum? It isnīt a bad wage. Also, Tesco have good employee schemes. They provide good services and food and other goods at low prices, with free parking. We donīt all live on lentils and social security, Hippie.

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Neil the Hippy wrote:
<quoted text>shut up, you crusty old hippy throwback. and what is wrong with the minimum? It isnīt a bad wage. Also, Tesco have good employee schemes. They provide good services and food and other goods at low prices, with free parking. We donīt all live on lentils and social security, Hippie.
Haha so thats how it is is it?

You think I live of the state (never taken a penny off the state in my life, and never intend to).

Mark my words tesco/google will soon own you and I unless we put things into an equilibrium perspecitve in society.

The equivalent wherever you are from is WALLMART taking the entire cenre of town, bulldozing it, taking all local business away and character, extreme I know - but exteme here with tesco - hence the throwback.

Please do not resort to such opeing lines as your last comment if you want me to take your point seriously, lets be adult.

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