And everybody is called Jeremy and Jemima and the garden is full of lovely roses.
Furlough causes exactly the same resentment being voiced within this thread: "It's not fair, why me not him/her?" It is still hardship to some poor human being. Two members of my close family are Managers of people and have had to decide who to furlough etc and then tell the poor souls that they are going to be 20% down for an unknown period. Not easy for anyone.
It's one thing to reckon the hardship against "We're all in this together" but not against poor cashflow caused by some rich bloke refusing to pay his dues, which JP will surely be quick to exploit.