Bingalau....For the rich and wealthy it is a new way to spend their fortunes usually garnered off the backs of working people. For the poor it is another kick in the teeth when the minimum (not living) wage is £5.83 an hour and only paid because the law says it has to.
This ship is a commercial venture and nothing to do with the government defence of the realm sadly bingalau.I like the idea of a 'transformer' ship though. One minute its chugging around the globe doing a world cruise,and at the command of No.10 Drowning Street in a war situation, it 'transforms' itself into a state-of-the-art aircraft carrier.A bit of science fiction worthy of 'M' and James Bond!
Yes, it should've been built in the UK in one of the many near-derelict shipyards we have.I would like to see it sail up the Thumes (err Thames) if it were possible.There are many fine shipbuilding facilities around the UK more than capable of building her.If we can afford to build two state-of-the-art aircraft carriers in the UK and have them paid for by taxpayers, then Cunard could have had more faith in British workmanships by building this finest of vessels here in Blighty instead of Italy.
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