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Can't remember where I read it but I believe DFC are putting non-playing staff on furlough but topping up the 20% so they get their full wage. Can someone confirm if this is the case?

It's pretty shocking that Champions League finalists Tottenham (one of the top richest clubs in the world) are taking a government handout and refusing to pay the 20% top-up.

From what I've read it looks like we're doing things right.

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Theoretically you're right, PB.  Reality is it simply gets added to our government's debt bill which never gets paid off anyway.  I had a great aunt like that, she'd order stuff from clubby

Won't cost the UK government a penny - will cost the UK tax payer £40bn and partly because the UK government refused to act swiftly.

Can't remember where I read it but I believe DFC are putting non-playing staff on furlough but topping up the 20% so they get their full wage. Can someone confirm if this is the case? It's pretty

I doubt it's all staff, sure there are still some working. 

I think the players have been furloughed too, over and above £2.5k a month made up by the insurance. 

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19 minutes ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

Sure I heard this morning that it'll cost the UK government 40bn to pay all the furloughed workers.

Won't cost the UK government a penny - will cost the UK tax payer £40bn and partly because the UK government refused to act swiftly.

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57 minutes ago, Prince Buster said:

Won't cost the UK government a penny - will cost the UK tax payer £40bn and partly because the UK government refused to act swiftly.

Well yeah in one way or another.

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On 10/04/2020 at 01:55, Prince Buster said:

Won't cost the UK government a penny - will cost the UK tax payer £40bn and partly because the UK government refused to act swiftly.

Theoretically you're right, PB. 

Reality is it simply gets added to our government's debt bill which never gets paid off anyway. 

I had a great aunt like that, she'd order stuff from clubby books (remember them) and then make minimum payments to keep on the right side but never paid the whole debt. And when she passed away, well let's say we didn't need to buy towels or bedsheets for a while!

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