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Rumours of an emergency Brexit deal circulate, while Grant Thornton hit with lawsuit over collapse of Patisserie Valerie.
First, Sarah O’Connor highlights Astra Zeneca’s commitment to sell COVID vaccine at cost to developing countries.
— Sarah O'Connor (@sarahoconnor_) November 23, 2020
A Dutch taxi company that purchased 70 Tesla cars sues Tesla, causing a stir on Twitter.
Forget Robo Taxis, here’s the experience of a real taxi company that made the ghastly decision to dedicate its fleet to $TSLA vehicles.
— Donut Shorts (@DonutShorts) November 22, 2020
Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive of UKhospitality, points out new COVID rules could result in 94% of tier 3 pubs to go under by March.
A reminder that the current tier 3 restrictions mean 94% of hospitality businesses become unviable by March. In Tier 2 it is 75% and even at Tier 1 it is still 25% – if there is any strengthening it cannot be at the expense of hospitality. https://t.co/H1HztADqNX
— Kate Nicholls (@UKHospKate) November 21, 2020
Grant Thornton struck with a lawsuit over the collapse of Patisserie Valerie.
@retheauditors @premnsikka ‘#GrantThornton hit with lawsuit over its #audit of collapse of #PatisserieValerie. The cake chain collapsed in 2019 after it discovered a £40m black hole in its accounts.’ + of the PWC Patisserie Valerie “Fraud Report” ? https://t.co/MZgNPMfJiI pic.twitter.com/aitnE2M347
— Ian Beckett (@ianbeckett) November 22, 2020
Rumours circulate of Brexit emergency deal.
If this is true, it's important to point out that this will *not* be a "deal".
It's essentially an extension. The problem doesn't go away.
— Dave Keating (@DaveKeating) November 23, 2020
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