Massive blow to police overtime

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No worry they'll be needed on the beaches of Somerset! :lol:

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The point being that the overtime is paid for through the licensing of the festival at Pilton.
I don’t quite see where the revenue. Is easily made up in the cases of policing the beaches.

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Nifty wrote:
Thu Jun 25, 2020 2:16 pm
The point being that the overtime is paid for through the licensing of the festival at Pilton.
I don’t quite see where the revenue. Is easily made up in the cases of policing the beaches.
Revenue? Bunce?

No festival = no overtime = disappointment?

Throngs at beaches = police attendance and CEO parking enforcement = possible Local/Police Authority income

My son and his family would have been working at Glastonbury so they 'lose' a large income.

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At he moment, it looks like the only winners from this charade are the bankers who gamble other people money.
I think that, one of these days, and it won’t be long, their time is gonna come, but, maybe I’m a dreamer.

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