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On 6/4/2020 at 1:04 PM, Bruntoid said:

Today Bojo announced he was ‘proud of the U.K. effort’ 🤔
 

 

You mean 'Bozo'!

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On 6/4/2020 at 1:15 PM, tribalfusion001 said:

Useless and incompetent, but I'm not using any contact tracing system and buying into this situation. The UK government can't even control the migrants coming over in rubber boats, but want genuine travellers to self isolate for 2 weeks, such utter BS. Social distancing in place but didn't try and stop a protest of 15,000 people in London.

 

We are being played as fools, sadly many people are fools and buy into this "situation blindly".

It’s gonna get very messy this weekend now Hancock has given the warning re mass gatherings. Watch this space. 

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8 minutes ago, Kadilo said:

It’s gonna get very messy this weekend now Hancock has given the warning re mass gatherings. Watch this space. 

In what way? Are you suggesting the police are going to break them up, very doubtful, there were underground raves in London last weekend with 100s attending for £15 each.

 

Hancock continues: "Like so many I am appalled by the death of George Floyd... but we are still facing a health crisis."

He says it is "vital" those considering going to protests "stick to the rules this weekend" to protect people and families.

"Please, for the safety of loved ones, do not attend large gatherings including demonstrations of more than six people."

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6 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

In what way? Are you suggesting the police are going to break them up,

Yes

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2 minutes ago, Kadilo said:

Yes

Hmm, I don't think the government have got the bottle for that. That would mean doing something and being proactive, which they are not, plus they are scared of riots. All the police is good for is fining some people driving to a beauty spot.

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On 6/4/2020 at 3:42 PM, Rookiescot said:

Johnson and Cummings have been elected to posts way beyond their abilities. 

You cant beat a virus with slogans and union flags.

Try telling jimmy krankie

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3 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Hmm, I don't think the government have got the bottle for that. That would mean doing something and being proactive, which they are not, plus they are scared of riots. All the police is good for is fining some people driving to a beauty spot.

Unless your name is Cummings 🙂

 

I thought Hanjob was giving a warning and wouldnt be surprised if there is a clash. Hopefully not. 

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6 hours ago, 7by7 said:

It is the fees paid by overseas students which keep the fees down for British students. Without them the fees in England and Wales would be even higher and the Scottish government would be unable to subsidise fees for Scottish students so they pay nothing.

 

A UK student visa is not as easy to obtain nor as cheap as you seem to think.

Trouble is a lot of the establishments offering education are fraudulent.

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8 hours ago, Rookiescot said:

Dont think anyone will be rejoicing. 

We might however remind those who voted for it just exactly what it is they have done to the country.

By gloating.

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Well let me tell you guys spouting off about the UK government here is an on the ground brief report

 

8 - 10 million on furlough, no financial difficulties as the UK government is paying 80% of the wages until at least the end of June, many of my colleagues are on full wages working from home, others where essential are working in offices on full salary. There will be a little but not too much current financial hardship, due to the swift action and decisions of the government early in the crisis.

Food supplies are plentiful and now the idiots who stocked up are having to use their goods pile before expiry, the queues are becoming shorter to enter the supermarkets. Goods are plentiful, there is no restriction on alcohol other than the pre covid buying rules.

Masks are requested in busy or confined spaces, most do not bother.

People can now travel, spend a day outdoors, exercise, are just being asked to be aware and social distance

Children are heading back to school

More shops and retail food outlets are opening with spacing in place almost every day on my travels now see places opening but taking into account the situation

July will see encouragement for many to return to work, initially maybe part time until business ramps up, but again the government will support with possibly 50% of salary expected through to October

 

Despite all the whining and moaning and the persistent highlighting of various 'government mistakes' by those who love to see their words in print, in general society in the UK is not too disgruntled and in all this covid 'lock down' are rather relaxed

 

So much so if people want to demonstrate, protest, complain, most of society are happy to let them get on with it, while alternatively they relax and consider the positive ways government support has made their life throughout this situation much more tolerable, looking to move forward into a post covid environment before too long.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Kadilo said:

Unless your name is Cummings 🙂

 

I thought Hanjob was giving a warning and wouldnt be surprised if there is a clash. Hopefully not. 

He was saying we shouldn't meet in groups of more than 6, it's more hot air as people have meeting in groups of more than 6 for ages.

 

Someone black needs to be shot by the police here for proper riots which is unlikely after the 2011 riots.

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8 hours ago, bannork said:

The turkeys voted for Christmas. Unfortunately for them it arrived 9 months early this year.

Right on,the punters had their chance to vote for that intellectual giant Corbyn and blew it.

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10 hours ago, twocatsmac said:

Some are only Jewish when accusing opposing politicians of racism.

Heres Ed and the famous bacon butty.

 

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Oi yoi yoi 

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10 minutes ago, kingdong said:

Right on,the punters had their chance to vote for that intellectual giant Corbyn and blew it.

The only thing Corbyn has going for him is that he's a Gooner, everything else no way, can't forget his IRA buddies.

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