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  1. Dark Matter says:

    Spanish tax dollars at work. And let’s include the subtitle: Union to launch legal appeal against dismissalsReport

    • dragonfrog in reply to Dark Matter says:

      FWIW the union is contesting the factual finding that they hadn’t been working, not the normative one that people who don’t work shouldn’t get to keep their jobs – which, if in fact they had been working but their bosses had failed to record their work hours or something then indeed they should keep their jobs.Report

  2. Since it was determined they had done nothing to imperil the world economy, no additional bonuses were granted.Report

    • Marchmaine in reply to Mike Schilling says:

      True, and since there was no evidence that their intentions were bad, and pointing to previous drivers and gardeners as evidence that no one has really worked in Spain since 2000, they were allowed to keep their jobs; one was promoted.Report