Never mind the poor souls who are dying under the rubble of what was once Haiti, it seems the British public has a bigger concern.
It seems that Cadbury's, the chocolate company, is about to be taken over by an American company!
And what is the biggest concern? That they will be asset stripped and shut down? That the workers will lose their jobs when production is taken overseas?
The main fear seems to be that an American owner will suddenly decide that the chocolate should be made to the same recipe as American chocolate - which most Brits agree can be pretty horrible. Are they serious? Who would pay billions of dollars for a long running company and them change their product beyond recognition? If they wanted to do that they could just start shipping Hershey Bars over here, couldn't they? Dumb.
And this is being discussed in great detail while people are dying under the rubble in Haiti...