When a shop that’s invested heavily in Liverpool ONE closes down, putting twenty concessions and scores of local people out of work, you’d think it would be a time for sympathy, yes?
Not point scoring?
Not if you’re the editor of Liverpool Lifestyle magazine, and Liverpool Fashion Week organiser, Amanda Moss. Seems her only concern is whether it dished out money in her own curious little advertorial magazine.
Her words of comfort to those faced with a final pay check? “Its a great shame that Liverpool Ones home Quarter has shut down,,It was hardly surprising that they chose to publicise the launch in a magazine noones ever heard of,,hardly ever saw anyone go in or out. Oyty toyty,Arty farty never seems to work.” (you’ll forgive us printing it complete with original, peculiar, punctuation. It’s more authentic that way)
Nice work, Amanda. We’re sure that’s added a great deal of comfort to those affected by this week’s news. Seems we’re not all in this together after all, eh? Seems the quality of your mercy is strained through your advertising revenue.
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