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We’re not important enough,’ Liz said. ’ ‘Maybe they will tell us today,’ said Danny, thoughtfully. ‘We’d better not say anything to John just yet. ’ ‘That’s not fair,’ Lucy argued. ’ asked John, who had just walked in. They all looked at each other. ’ John asked again. ‘You’d better tell him,’ said Liz. ’ John was getting cross. The others knew that he would be upset at the news. But they had to tell him. ‘We think that Mr Stanley is leaving,’ Danny told him. 52 John ran out of the room. He tipped up every rubbish bin he could find.
Mr Stanley knew Terry only did that when he was frightened. Mr Stanley asked Terry if he could visit the factory. Terry wasn’t sure. At first he shook his 32 head. He didn’t think anyone could help him. But then he said ‘All right’. When Mr Stanley went to the factory, the first thing he noticed was the noise. It was very loud. ’ Even the supervisor was shouting from his office. He called to Mr Stanley: ‘Hey! ’ Pick up those boxes 33 Mr Stanley introduced himself. He asked about Terry. ’ ‘No,’ said the supervisor, who had stopped shouting.
Then he shut himself in his room. John tipped up every rubbish bin he could find 53 Danny and Terry cleared up the mess he had left. They didn’t want John to get into trouble. They understood why he was upset. John had learnt to trust Mr Stanley. He thought that Mr Stanley would always work there. ’ When Mike came in he asked what had happened. ’ Everyone was very quiet that day. They were all waiting for Mr Stanley to tell them why he was leaving. But he didn’t say anything. Later, they sat with John in his room.