JazzyQ wrote:and there's the rub. its a tv event shown around the world as an advert for London.I predict that some will pay the £10 charge, and many others will crowd into the surrounding streets causing a problem for the long suffering residents in the area.
I agree with Karen that we could use boats and barges along the length of the river, and forget about charging.
Heard a chap on the radio from Boris' office saying that we should all watch it on the telly anyway.
Then why bother putting on a display if you don't want anyone to see it?
RooRee wrote:Who actually pays for the fireworks anyway? Does it come out of Londoners taxes or private funds?
RooRee wrote:I remember Trafalgar Square snogathons too :-D lets start a movement "Return to the Square"
Not sure how the whole ticket thing will work. What we supposed to do if we dont want to pay, close our eyes if in surrounding area they they are visible from?
Who actually pays for the fireworks anyway? Does it come out of Londoners taxes or private funds?
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