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Peter K 570 posts

No one will be “donating” money to BA.

Imagine the bad publicity if they just said “nah we’re keeping it” in the media and in Parliament

There’s probably more than a few MPs and their staff (let alone constituents) who have vouchers for starters.

And using them for seat reservations you wouldn’t normally pay for IS donating the cash to BA.

Patience is a virtue. People need to practice it.

Does the same apply to vouchers issued by M&S, John Lewis etc. that are left to expire? Why on earth did people accept vouchers in the first place if they weren’t planning to spend them in the next two years?

With BA, I imagine because everyone hoped the pandemic would be over in a few months, or in summer ’20 assumed it was nearly over as numbers seemed much lower.

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