In Britain Food rationing was brought in because the German submarines were attacking the British supply ships, even though it lasted until July 4th 1954 when all the submarines had been sunk.
The rationing was the only way forward to stop food hoarding and provide an equal share of food for all, as well as stopping price escalation. At first, butter, bacon and sugar was rationed whilst potatoes, fruit and fish were never rationed.
All Britons were encouraged to “Dig for Victory” by planting vegetables everywhere.
That National Spirit has all but gone and has been replaced by “every-man for himself”, although many would point to the Olympics in defense - but that’s games!
You have to look after yourself and your family now as nobody else will do it. That includes defending your business.
If your business has cash flow problems then it can often be a choice of food on the table or pay the bailiff. So take a step back and protect your business with a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
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