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Thread: Two silly questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by GerryC View Post
    Unfortunately? Yes traditional supply lines are disrupted - as a consequence of UK action.
    Fortunately we are part of a bigger market - a mere change of habit required.
    The old was good - the new might well be better but as good will do.
    Unfortunate is a word that may well reverberate with greater resonance in the UK in the coming years?
    Problems even buying stuff from European shops at the moment.........most goods coming to Ireland via UPS, DHL etc etc.....come through UK hubs (Tamworth)

    S20 5G sent this......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnydrama View Post
    Home grown suppliers also, we forget its easier and more rewarding sometimes to go to our local bike shops.
    Quite so. But the way we’re going there won’t be any local bike shops left. And apart from them employing our countrymen they all pay taxes in this country which contribute to all our standard of living.

    Yes, I have bought stuff off t’internet cos I either haven’t been able to find it locally or it’s been in a sale. What I would never do is go to a local bike shop expecting them to stock a range of sizes of boots, trousers, whatever and having found my size buy it from a foreign johnnie

    Rant over
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