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Still way to soft

Postby Forever Blue » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:27 pm

2 people allowed out and you can all go for an exercise , parks stay open he is a bafoon

People can walk the streets for exercise want an idiot Boris
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Re: Still way soft

Postby Dobbin » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:33 pm

Give it fifteen days only time will tell if has worked.

Agree totally way to soft and think personally he has bottled it and not been strong enough,

Unfortunately to many people pushing the boundaries (same as in Spain) so drastic action required but has left to much room for abuse.

I hope it will curb it but don’t belive it will.

Should have been done two weeks ago when everyone else did it.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby Forever Blue » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:59 pm

He didnt say the word Lockdown - because it isn´t one when you can go shopping once a day and cycle and excercise in parks.

In our Lockdown here in Spain I´ve been outside my door twice in 9 days - chemist and food shop once. The wife has been out once in that time - a different food shop.

We are not allowed out to excercise at all and the highlight of our day is taking the rubbish to the communal bin on the street about 50 metres from our front door.

I think he should have gone further - and will probably have to soon
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby epping blue » Mon Mar 23, 2020 11:07 pm

He needed to shut the construction sites and any remaining central London offices. The tube should be for essential workers only. I've just seen photos on my wife's facebook of large queues thronging McDonalds up this way. I completely despair with some of the people we've got in this country. They know the risks of spreading the disease but having burger comes before saving a life.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Tue Mar 24, 2020 8:51 am

epping blue wrote:He needed to shut the construction sites and any remaining central London offices. The tube should be for essential workers only. I've just seen photos on my wife's facebook of large queues thronging McDonalds up this way. I completely despair with some of the people we've got in this country. They know the risks of spreading the disease but having burger comes before saving a life.

I thought Macdonalds stated that they were closing for the foreseeable future. Including for takeaways.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby Elwood Blues » Tue Mar 24, 2020 10:27 am

Forever Blue wrote:He didnt say the word Lockdown - because it isn´t one when you can go shopping once a day and cycle and excercise in parks.
OP
In our Lockdown here in Spain I´ve been outside my door twice in 9 days - chemist and food shop once. The wife has been out once in that time - a different food shop.

We are not allowed out to excercise at all and the highlight of our day is taking the rubbish to the communal bin on the street about 50 metres from our front door.

I think he should have gone further - and will probably have to soon


As I said last night on another thread.

He did not say shop once a,day.

He plainly said shop as infrequently as possible.

I checked the text of his speech and listened again this morning.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby epping blue » Tue Mar 24, 2020 11:13 am

bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
epping blue wrote:He needed to shut the construction sites and any remaining central London offices. The tube should be for essential workers only. I've just seen photos on my wife's facebook of large queues thronging McDonalds up this way. I completely despair with some of the people we've got in this country. They know the risks of spreading the disease but having burger comes before saving a life.

I thought Macdonalds stated that they were closing for the foreseeable future. Including for takeaways.




They did from last night. Hence the rush for a lot to get the families, kids and partners off to Macdonalds before the shut down. Just been speaking to one of my foreman in Harlow. His 5 kids have all got their noses pressed against the windows watching the majority of the neighbourhood kids playing in the street outside.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Tue Mar 24, 2020 11:50 am

epping blue wrote:
bluebirdoct1962 wrote:
epping blue wrote:He needed to shut the construction sites and any remaining central London offices. The tube should be for essential workers only. I've just seen photos on my wife's facebook of large queues thronging McDonalds up this way. I completely despair with some of the people we've got in this country. They know the risks of spreading the disease but having burger comes before saving a life.

I thought Macdonalds stated that they were closing for the foreseeable future. Including for takeaways.




They did from last night. Hence the rush for a lot to get the families, kids and partners off to Macdonalds before the shut down. Just been speaking to one of my foreman in Harlow. His 5 kids have all got their noses pressed against the windows watching the majority of the neighbourhood kids playing in the street outside.

Ah I see.
It’s gonna be so hard for kids, particularly the little ones.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby Forever Blue » Tue Mar 24, 2020 11:51 am

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Re: Still way to soft

Postby piledriver64 » Tue Mar 24, 2020 2:22 pm

Forever Blue wrote:He didnt say the word Lockdown - because it isn´t one when you can go shopping once a day and cycle and excercise in parks.

In our Lockdown here in Spain I´ve been outside my door twice in 9 days - chemist and food shop once. The wife has been out once in that time - a different food shop.

We are not allowed out to excercise at all and the highlight of our day is taking the rubbish to the communal bin on the street about 50 metres from our front door.

I think he should have gone further - and will probably have to soon


This is probably the only time I will ever defend Boris on anything !! But where is what you have in Spain different to last night apart from the exercise bit ?

It isn't "lockdown" in Spain as you are also allowed to go to the Chemist and food shops as well as us.

I've got to say I do think the penny has dropped to most people now. I walked the dog around Roath Park Lake this morning for my exercise and it was deserted and those few people who were out were absolutely observing the 2 metre gaps in a very obvious way.

I think it may differ in parts of the UK and London in particular may well have more stringent measures imposed to stop the ridiculous numbers on the Tube but even in many other countries it seems accepted that certain parts will be treated differently depending on the risk. Similarly the restrictions could be turned on and off just to flatten out the peaks of the outbreak

Only at the end of all this will we know which approach has worked.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby Forever Blue » Tue Mar 24, 2020 2:50 pm

piledriver64 wrote:
Forever Blue wrote:He didnt say the word Lockdown - because it isn´t one when you can go shopping once a day and cycle and excercise in parks.

In our Lockdown here in Spain I´ve been outside my door twice in 9 days - chemist and food shop once. The wife has been out once in that time - a different food shop.

We are not allowed out to excercise at all and the highlight of our day is taking the rubbish to the communal bin on the street about 50 metres from our front door.

I think he should have gone further - and will probably have to soon


This is probably the only time I will ever defend Boris on anything !! But where is what you have in Spain different to last night apart from the exercise bit ?

It isn't "lockdown" in Spain as you are also allowed to go to the Chemist and food shops as well as us.

I've got to say I do think the penny has dropped to most people now. I walked the dog around Roath Park Lake this morning for my exercise and it was deserted and those few people who were out were absolutely observing the 2 metre gaps in a very obvious way.

I think it may differ in parts of the UK and London in particular may well have more stringent measures imposed to stop the ridiculous numbers on the Tube but even in many other countries it seems accepted that certain parts will be treated differently depending on the risk. Similarly the restrictions could be turned on and off just to flatten out the peaks of the outbreak

Only at the end of all this will we know which approach has worked.



We cant even take our dogs out now.
we cant even walk the streets without paper work.
Our parks were closed 10 days ago and all public places.
I could go and on, way to lenient Boris.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby RV Casual » Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:42 pm

It's just about common sense, sadly even after last night a lot of the UK population still don't seem to get it which spoils it for everyone.
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Re: Still way to soft

Postby Forever Blue » Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:44 pm

RV Casual wrote:It's just about common sense, sadly even after last night a lot of the UK population still don't seem to get it which spoils it for everyone.


Common Sense, Spot on :thumbright:
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