With most businesses forced to close their doors and pull down the shutters today the tills were still ringing merrily for one apparently Quintessentially British institution.
Passengers at Glasgow Airport could stock up on quality gear from Castore while most of Britain discovered that it was certainly not business as usual.
Umpteen kits from this and previous seasons could be bought as well as a range of books and gifts for the patriotic bear once they get around to returning to reality. Staff missed out on the chance to watch the spectacular ceremony at home with their family.
— Nicola’s No1 Comrade (No longer apparently) (@no1_nicola) September 19, 2022
With the company accounts for the year to 30 June 2022 some light should be shed on the pay-out to Sports Direct for multiple breaches of contract while Dave King was chairman at Ibrox.
A proper breakdown is unlikely but it should be almost impossible to find an auditor prepared to accept a figure which could be in the region of £10m being dumped under ‘other operating costs’.
When there’s a buck to be made, subservient forelock-tugging takes a back seat.
— Andy P (@DroooPeacock) September 19, 2022
Big Mick needs paying. pic.twitter.com/S3rK9sxx3J
— D n T ll ? (@DaveThompson88) September 19, 2022
Trying to raise funds to pay her tax back
— Sceptical (@Sceptic43119942) September 19, 2022