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Saturday, 23 August 2008

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Nic Chilton

Job losses are always negative, so if they had, then the move to canalise would most likely have opposed by the unions, etc. It says no losses that doesn't mean that they are using as many "diver hours" on the road, as each driver could be driving less or redeployed on other stuff.

I like the "tie up" comment and shall wander down to the A&C to see if there's any grouchy old boat owners shouting "tickover" at passing barges.

Andy

It's snowy of Tintin fame

Max Sinclair

Commercial carrying on our broad waterways could subsidize the leisure boating industry. It works extremely well in Europe and pleasure boaters know how to moor safely.

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