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Watching the BBC News this morning they had an interview with Mark Drakeford the Welsh leader, reading between the lines of his statement, and the bits he refused to answer, it sounds like the restrictions on overseas travel may never end. If he's right that is a real kick in the proverbials and must bring into question whether or not audiences at concerts and sporting events will ever be returning. There is something really scary about this bloody awful killer disease.
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The killer disease that doesn't kill 99% of people under 70 who contract it (unlike cancer) and the killer disease that all the over 70s have been 'vaccinated' against because ONLY THE ELDERLY MATTER to ProjectFear who refuse to cease OperationTerror.
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HantsPosh wrote: 12 Mar 2021, 11:29 The killer disease that doesn't kill 99% of people under 70 who contract it (unlike cancer) and the killer disease that all the over 70s have been 'vaccinated' against because ONLY THE ELDERLY MATTER to ProjectFear who refuse to cease OperationTerror.
Boring - and factually wrong too!
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So say which bit is factually wrong then? Give the actual facts if I'm wrong.

Maybe the same 'experts' could explain whilst on April 12 we can all cram into an INDOOR Shopping Centre but are unable to stand OUTSIDE and watch a football match down to step 6 level (United Counties League) or watch a County 2nd XI Cricket match at a club ground during the week but you CAN watch a Club Cricket match at the same venue on a weekend?

Maybe this deadly virus is only deadly outside and during the week?
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HantsPosh wrote: 12 Mar 2021, 13:16 So say which bit is factually wrong then? Give the actual facts if I'm wrong.

Maybe the same 'experts' could explain whilst on April 12 we can all cram into an INDOOR Shopping Centre but are unable to stand OUTSIDE and watch a football match down to step 6 level (United Counties League) or watch a County 2nd XI Cricket match at a club ground during the week but you CAN watch a Club Cricket match at the same venue on a weekend?

Maybe this deadly virus is only deadly outside and during the week?
I agree that there are lots of anomalies with people getting together but (and I'm not defending it) the reason people are allowed to go to shopping centres is because they need to buy essential items such as food!
Constantly referring to it as 'Project Fear' and 'Operation Terror' is far more worrying than dealing with the virus. Contaminating people's minds with crap like that will eventually mess the minds and mental capacities of the weak and vulnerable.
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What about the mental capacities of everyone who's been locked up for a year and lost their livelihoods? These people aren't considered important to this Govt and their 'advisers', the same advisers who let 250,000 people gather at the Cheltenham Festival last March and openly said there was minimal risk with this virus when outside but who are now banning outdoor attendance but allowing indoor gatherings :?

70,000 people attended a Cricket match yesterday in a developing nation (India) yet we're still locked up despite vaccinating over 23 million people. But then we do live in a 'free' country where you can freely protest about 'Black Lives Matter' and Police officers 'take the knee' rather than enforce the law yet are happy to assault women at a vigil for a woman allegedly (as he's not been convicted only charged) killed by one of their own.
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So, now Dominic Raab is accusing the EU of being a dictatorship over the issuing of vaccines to the UK.

Seriously, what did he/they expect? We've LEFT the EU, it's what we voted for. Why on earth should they look after us anymore?

A lot of people could see this coming. A classic case of 'wanting your cake & eating it'. Sorry, life doesn't work like that.
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 18 Mar 2021, 09:53 So, now Dominic Raab is accusing the EU of being a dictatorship over the issuing of vaccines to the UK.

Seriously, what did he/they expect? We've LEFT the EU, it's what we voted for. Why on earth should they look after us anymore?

A lot of people could see this coming. A classic case of 'wanting your cake & eating it'. Sorry, life doesn't work like that.
Usual lefty muck raking. We still have enough to carry on inoculating all our own people. Even enough to offer up some of our supply to third world country. The problem stems from India not EU.
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Happy birthday lockdown. Keep it going for a while longer and those opposed to it will become apoplectic.
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I think some are already there brizzle. Is it incandescent that comes next?
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Slabby wrote: 23 Mar 2021, 18:21 I think some are already there brizzle. Is it incandescent that comes next?
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