Should everyone affected by the restrictions be entitled to compensation from the government? Or is this just perceived self importance/entitlement above (or at the expense of) everyone else. The responsibilities of public office are great and at times like this (the pandemic) those responsibilities are put to the test. As much as others may criticise decisions made with the community’s best interest, even if it is means short term pain, who else is going to step up to take this responsibility? If they think they can do better, they can always run for office.
Jim’s Mowing founder Jim Penman is not backing down on his fight for compensation despite hundreds of previously suspended franchisees returning to work on Monday.