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James O'Brien
Brexit ferry firm hired by Chris Grayling despite having no ships goes bust, owing Ā£2m
Seaborne Freight was infamously given a Ā£13.8m contract to run ferry services by the then-transport secretary.
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Craig Hall alt-text Sep 23
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Kate's Total Landscaping Sep 23
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Is anyone really surprised?
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Gary Laing Sep 23
Nope. Another brick in the wall
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Jack Bowman šŸŽ¤šŸŽ§ (He/Him) Sep 23
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If I wrote this stuff as fiction, Iā€™d be laughed out of a production room...
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Chud Sep 23
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Dave Jones šŸ”° Sep 23
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Sandwich shop near me went bust as they had no bread !
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I Am Listening Sep 23
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Sherlock, bears and woods, bloke called pope.....they'll be working overtime
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Rob B Sep 23
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Must be quite tricky to maintain a profitable ship operating business when you have no ships to operate.
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Jon Rendle Sep 23
On the other hand, you'd have very few expenses šŸ¤”
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Joanbgood Sep 23
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Another one for the failure list āœ”ļø
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