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just had a customer, ask if we could her watch battery to which we said yes - however according to mr t's it's not essential so cannot be done?

it was a nurses watch?

surely that classed as essential?

either way we do it.

I'm not looking for an excuse to get up[ and do my job

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Every item/service in my store is an essential sale, I'm in business to make profit and support the future of my family and staff.

In turn this supports the local community, but also partly supports the economy as a whole with the taxes I generate.

We all have a life to live, a future to advance to, We are responsible for our own lives as individuals, Our own lifestyle can determine that length of living.

A small percentage of the world's population will die due to old age, illness etc., a large percentage will become ill, but will recover.

A damaged world economy will take many years or decades to recover.

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A guy on a local facebook group has a market stall selling sweets, toffee, chocolate etc, you know the kind.. "A quarter of Uncle Joes's Mintballs please". He had in his little facebook promotion that the council had told him he can open as he is essential. 

A lot of places that are open and claim to be essential are just telling porkies, but what to do? If one does, another one will.

 

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