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DURING WWII, the practice of queuing came about to enable everyone to buy their fair share of food etc. We now have thousands out of work who would love to fill part time vacancies in banks, shops, post offices etc, left by someone answering a call of nature, or sickness or lunch breaks. The customer is left with no apology to stand in long queues. This isn't good enough when millions are out of work.
showmy driver who tomy lost it in have a personally but I deserves Netherton Come on, business people take note.
Mrs V. Owen, Litherland
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 30, 2009|
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