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Postby Sven » Thu Oct 08, 2020 12:25 am

TheHangedMan wrote:Now I get it.........shut all hospitailty businesses down.....throw tens of thousands out of work......save a few lives......for what?

I'll tell you for what......these poor people who will be out of work through no fault of their own will need to claim off the state. Who is going to pay that........there is no magic money tree?

100% correct...this whole thing has been assessed from an Ivory Castle where the real world is barred! :cry:
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Postby pembroke allan » Thu Oct 08, 2020 3:16 pm

Now saying 3 times as many people died from covid than flu from jan to July!... yet they're using figures that includes all deaths that even wasnt confirmed covid cases.... more efforts to scare the people to obey the rules... :old:
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 05/10/20

Postby Welshman in CA » Thu Oct 08, 2020 4:57 pm

pembroke allan wrote:
TopCat CCFC wrote:Covid: Things 'bumpy to Christmas and beyond' - PM

Boris Johnson has warned it may be "bumpy through to Christmas" and beyond as the UK deals with coronavirus.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, the PM said there was "hope" in beating Covid, but called on the public to "act fearlessly but with common sense".

He said the government was taking a "balanced" approach between saving lives and protecting the economy.

His comments come as the UK announced more than 10,000 new cases for the first time since mass testing began.

There were 12,872 new cases announced on Saturday. However, the government said a technical issue meant some cases earlier in the week were not recorded at the time so had been included in Saturday's data.



Some cases Tony?? 16k results left out due to a computer glitch.... :o


Don't get me wrong I have always and will always big up the NHS to any american willing to listen but from reading here & talking to family this has really shown up some of the shortcomings with the system. Since March I have had the following, yearly heart tests, MRI for back, x-rays for back and x-rays for my chest yesterday and blood tests twice. Besides visiting the heart specialist I have seen the neurologist 3 times & had a monthly call with him and the family (GP) doctor twice. All of this because none of it was done in a hospital but in different places. I need a 3rd surgery on my back and could have had it by now had I not chosen to wait, and not because of Covid but because I don't want a metal plate holding my spine together while the pain is manageable.

I'm one of the lucky ones who has excellent health insurance through my wife but the point is that the system here hasn't closed down like it seems to have in the UK. This is not the time or place for an argument over which is the better system but to give a different perspective.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 05/10/20

Postby pembroke allan » Thu Oct 08, 2020 5:06 pm

Welshman in CA wrote:
pembroke allan wrote:
TopCat CCFC wrote:Covid: Things 'bumpy to Christmas and beyond' - PM

Boris Johnson has warned it may be "bumpy through to Christmas" and beyond as the UK deals with coronavirus.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, the PM said there was "hope" in beating Covid, but called on the public to "act fearlessly but with common sense".

He said the government was taking a "balanced" approach between saving lives and protecting the economy.

His comments come as the UK announced more than 10,000 new cases for the first time since mass testing began.

There were 12,872 new cases announced on Saturday. However, the government said a technical issue meant some cases earlier in the week were not recorded at the time so had been included in Saturday's data.



Some cases Tony?? 16k results left out due to a computer glitch.... :o


Don't get me wrong I have always and will always big up the NHS to any american willing to listen but from reading here & talking to family this has really shown up some of the shortcomings with the system. Since March I have had the following, yearly heart tests, MRI for back, x-rays for back and x-rays for my chest yesterday and blood tests twice. Besides visiting the heart specialist I have seen the neurologist 3 times & had a monthly call with him and the family (GP) doctor twice. All of this because none of it was done in a hospital but in different places. I need a 3rd surgery on my back and could have had it by now had I not chosen to wait, and not because of Covid but because I don't want a metal plate holding my spine together while the pain is manageable.

I'm one of the lucky ones who has excellent health insurance through my wife but the point is that the system here hasn't closed down like it seems to have in the UK. This is not the time or place for an argument over which is the better system but to give a different perspective.



Any idea why here nhs as closed down and not in usa where there is far more cases! You would have thought given way USA runs its health system it would collapse or is it usa way that stopped it collapsing compared to our system? I've spent best part 30yrs in and around nhs and believe me
People have no idea the trouble it is in because it shut down all but essential services. Its started 7 day working in outpatients now but how long can they keep that up before staff are exhausted!
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Postby Bluebina » Thu Oct 08, 2020 5:49 pm

Welshman in CA wrote:
pembroke allan wrote:
TopCat CCFC wrote:Covid: Things 'bumpy to Christmas and beyond' - PM

Boris Johnson has warned it may be "bumpy through to Christmas" and beyond as the UK deals with coronavirus.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, the PM said there was "hope" in beating Covid, but called on the public to "act fearlessly but with common sense".

He said the government was taking a "balanced" approach between saving lives and protecting the economy.

His comments come as the UK announced more than 10,000 new cases for the first time since mass testing began.

There were 12,872 new cases announced on Saturday. However, the government said a technical issue meant some cases earlier in the week were not recorded at the time so had been included in Saturday's data.



Some cases Tony?? 16k results left out due to a computer glitch.... :o


Don't get me wrong I have always and will always big up the NHS to any american willing to listen but from reading here & talking to family this has really shown up some of the shortcomings with the system. Since March I have had the following, yearly heart tests, MRI for back, x-rays for back and x-rays for my chest yesterday and blood tests twice. Besides visiting the heart specialist I have seen the neurologist 3 times & had a monthly call with him and the family (GP) doctor twice. All of this because none of it was done in a hospital but in different places. I need a 3rd surgery on my back and could have had it by now had I not chosen to wait, and not because of Covid but because I don't want a metal plate holding my spine together while the pain is manageable.

I'm one of the lucky ones who has excellent health insurance through my wife but the point is that the system here hasn't closed down like it seems to have in the UK. This is not the time or place for an argument over which is the better system but to give a different perspective.


It's controversial, but many people are saying we lost far too many people to covid 19, they just didn't seem able to cope with it all?
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 05/10/20

Postby Welshman in CA » Thu Oct 08, 2020 5:57 pm

pembroke allan wrote:
Welshman in CA wrote:
pembroke allan wrote:
TopCat CCFC wrote:Covid: Things 'bumpy to Christmas and beyond' - PM

Boris Johnson has warned it may be "bumpy through to Christmas" and beyond as the UK deals with coronavirus.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, the PM said there was "hope" in beating Covid, but called on the public to "act fearlessly but with common sense".

He said the government was taking a "balanced" approach between saving lives and protecting the economy.

His comments come as the UK announced more than 10,000 new cases for the first time since mass testing began.

There were 12,872 new cases announced on Saturday. However, the government said a technical issue meant some cases earlier in the week were not recorded at the time so had been included in Saturday's data.



Some cases Tony?? 16k results left out due to a computer glitch.... :o


Don't get me wrong I have always and will always big up the NHS to any american willing to listen but from reading here & talking to family this has really shown up some of the shortcomings with the system. Since March I have had the following, yearly heart tests, MRI for back, x-rays for back and x-rays for my chest yesterday and blood tests twice. Besides visiting the heart specialist I have seen the neurologist 3 times & had a monthly call with him and the family (GP) doctor twice. All of this because none of it was done in a hospital but in different places. I need a 3rd surgery on my back and could have had it by now had I not chosen to wait, and not because of Covid but because I don't want a metal plate holding my spine together while the pain is manageable.

I'm one of the lucky ones who has excellent health insurance through my wife but the point is that the system here hasn't closed down like it seems to have in the UK. This is not the time or place for an argument over which is the better system but to give a different perspective.



Any idea why here nhs as closed down and not in usa where there is far more cases! You would have thought given way USA runs its health system it would collapse or is it usa way that stopped it collapsing compared to our system? I've spent best part 30yrs in and around nhs and believe me
People have no idea the trouble it is in because it shut down all but essential services. Its started 7 day working in outpatients now but how long can they keep that up before staff are exhausted!


Allan, I'm no expert but where I live has a population of 530,000 compared to 478,000 for Cardiff (according to google) so pretty similar in size and just for the MRI I had a choice of about 20 places I could go compared to ? if I was in Cardiff. No one entity is deciding if these should close down or open up but they get to decide for themselves. I would say most if not all of these closed down for a month or two but now they're all open with a lot less appointments per day. A lot of them do multiple tests, MRI, x-rays and other tests that would be done in a hospital in the UK and my heart specialist is able to do every test imaginable at his office and there are 6 or 7 heart specialists in just his office. So I would say that it is the system here that stopped it collapsing compared to the UK but under normal circumstances both have their good & bad points.

There are 2 huge hospitals within the city limits and although I know one stopped doing outpatient surgeries for a while it wasn't longer than a month.

Like I said before I have excellent health insurance and have seen the bills they charge over here, almost gave me another heart attack. I am one of the lucky ones & would hate to not have insurance even before the current situation.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 05/10/20

Postby pembroke allan » Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:16 pm

Welshman in CA wrote:
pembroke allan wrote:
Welshman in CA wrote:
pembroke allan wrote:
TopCat CCFC wrote:Covid: Things 'bumpy to Christmas and beyond' - PM

Boris Johnson has warned it may be "bumpy through to Christmas" and beyond as the UK deals with coronavirus.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, the PM said there was "hope" in beating Covid, but called on the public to "act fearlessly but with common sense".

He said the government was taking a "balanced" approach between saving lives and protecting the economy.

His comments come as the UK announced more than 10,000 new cases for the first time since mass testing began.

There were 12,872 new cases announced on Saturday. However, the government said a technical issue meant some cases earlier in the week were not recorded at the time so had been included in Saturday's data.



Some cases Tony?? 16k results left out due to a computer glitch.... :o


Don't get me wrong I have always and will always big up the NHS to any american willing to listen but from reading here & talking to family this has really shown up some of the shortcomings with the system. Since March I have had the following, yearly heart tests, MRI for back, x-rays for back and x-rays for my chest yesterday and blood tests twice. Besides visiting the heart specialist I have seen the neurologist 3 times & had a monthly call with him and the family (GP) doctor twice. All of this because none of it was done in a hospital but in different places. I need a 3rd surgery on my back and could have had it by now had I not chosen to wait, and not because of Covid but because I don't want a metal plate holding my spine together while the pain is manageable.

I'm one of the lucky ones who has excellent health insurance through my wife but the point is that the system here hasn't closed down like it seems to have in the UK. This is not the time or place for an argument over which is the better system but to give a different perspective.



Any idea why here nhs as closed down and not in usa where there is far more cases! You would have thought given way USA runs its health system it would collapse or is it usa way that stopped it collapsing compared to our system? I've spent best part 30yrs in and around nhs and believe me
People have no idea the trouble it is in because it shut down all but essential services. Its started 7 day working in outpatients now but how long can they keep that up before staff are exhausted!


Allan, I'm no expert but where I live has a population of 530,000 compared to 478,000 for Cardiff (according to google) so pretty similar in size and just for the MRI I had a choice of about 20 places I could go compared to ? if I was in Cardiff. No one entity is deciding if these should close down or open up but they get to decide for themselves. I would say most if not all of these closed down for a month or two but now they're all open with a lot less appointments per day. A lot of them do multiple tests, MRI, x-rays and other tests that would be done in a hospital in the UK and my heart specialist is able to do every test imaginable at his office and there are 6 or 7 heart specialists in just his office. So I would say that it is the system here that stopped it collapsing compared to the UK but under normal circumstances both have their good & bad points.

There are 2 huge hospitals within the city limits and although I know one stopped doing outpatient surgeries for a while it wasn't longer than a month.

Like I said before I have excellent health insurance and have seen the bills they charge over here, almost gave me another heart attack. I am one of the lucky ones & would hate to not have insurance even before the current situation.



Think Google is a bit out it's more like 350k people but guess outlying areas are inc with google ! For whatever reason the nhs does not have enough specialists or capacity in this country to treat everyone within a reasonable timeframe and that's the problem.... also specialist pick and choose where they practice even with incentives they wont practice in places such as pembrokeshire.... like said from what I know and see on my NHS travels nhs in not condition to treat the accumalative backlog in outpatients or operations..... deaths will be more than covid I am sure from waiting for treatment and ops..
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Postby pembroke allan » Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:02 pm

And this is why cannot believe what WG says? They say 473 patients in hospital with suspected or confirmed covid.....they go on to say there is 260 being treated in Welsh hospitals with confirmed covid? So depending on what figures they use will depend on what they will do regarding lockdown very easily manipulated by looks of things..
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 09/10/20

Postby TopCat CCFC » Fri Oct 09, 2020 12:01 am

Covid: MPs call for more clarity on local lockdowns

MPs from the Midlands and northern England are calling for more detail on possible plans to close restaurants and pubs in areas worst-hit by coronavirus.

They met ministers earlier, with some venting frustration about potential restrictions appearing in newspapers before being announced in Parliament.

A tiered system of measures could be introduced next Wednesday, in an effort to stall rising infection rates.

The government said it was trying to create "greater consistency on rules".

There were 17,540 new cases of coronavirus recorded in the UK on Thursday, up from the 14,162 reported the day before, government data showed. A further 77 people died after testing positive for the virus within 28 days.

MPs took part in a video call with health ministers Nadine Dorries and Edward Argar - and England's chief medical officer Chris Whitty - earlier on Thursday.
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Postby TopCat CCFC » Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:09 pm

Workers in companies that are forced to shut down by new coronavirus restrictions will get two-thirds of their wages paid by the government, the chancellor announced. A Treasury source said the scheme, which begins on 1 November, could costs hundreds of millions of pounds a month.

Businesses said it could "cushion the blow" of further shutdowns, but the hospitality industry said many venues that were not facing closure were still struggling as they had to operate with reduced capacity.

The Premier League has introduced a £14.95 pay-per-view option for games that had previously not been selected for broadcast, while fans are unable to attend matches.

Coronavirus cases "increased rapidly" in the UK at the end of September, a survey suggests, with up to one in 240 people being infected in the week up to 1 October. Scientific advisors to the government warn the country is "very close" to the levels of hospital admissions seen in March.

Pubs and restaurants across central Scotland have closed for more than two weeks as part of measures intended to bring infections under control.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 10/10/20

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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 11/10/20

Postby TopCat CCFC » Sun Oct 11, 2020 12:01 am

Coronavirus: Bangor enters local lockdown restrictions

The city of Bangor has gone into local lockdown from 18:00 BST on Saturday.

It means that about 16,000 people there cannot go in or out of the area without good reason, such as work or study.

Bangor's restrictions will affect eight wards in the city: Garth, Hirael, Menai, Deiniol, Marchog, Glyder, Hendre and Dewi.

The city had seen a significant cluster of coronavirus cases and the incident rate stands at about 400 cases per 100,000 people.

It becomes the second area to face a local lockdown while the rest of its county does not, following Llanelli in Carmarthenshire.

Discussions were held earlier but it was decided not to extend restrictions to anywhere else in Gwynedd.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 11/10/20

Postby TopCat CCFC » Sun Oct 11, 2020 2:02 pm

Covid: Second national lockdown possible, says top UK scientist

Another national coronavirus lockdown is a possibility and we have to do what we can to avoid that at all costs, a leading UK scientist has said.

Prof Peter Horby said the UK was at a "precarious point" as Covid-19 cases and hospital admissions continue to rise.

It comes after England's deputy chief medical officer warned the country was at a "tipping point".

Ministers say their local approach to restrictions is the right way forward.

The prime minister is expected to announce tougher local restrictions on Monday.

In a statement to MPs, Boris Johnson will outline plans for a three-tier system, where each region in England is placed into a tier based on the severity of cases in the area.

He is currently holding a call with cabinet ministers to update them on the next steps.

Across the UK, the R number - the average number of people each infected person passes the virus on to - is now estimated between 1.2 and 1.5. Anything above 1.0 means cases are increasing.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 12/10/20

Postby TopCat CCFC » Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:15 am

Covid-19: Wales close to a tipping point, first minister says -

Wales is "close to a tipping point" with the number of coronavirus cases rising rapidly across parts of the country, the first minister has said.

Mark Drakeford said the number of patients with suspected or confirmed Covid in hospital had gone up "steadily over the last couple of weeks".

"We're heading back to the sorts of demands on the health service that we saw earlier in the year," he said.

People in 17 areas of Wales now face local lockdown rules due to the virus.

A total of 1,669 people in Wales have died with Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, according to figures published by Public Health Wales on Sunday.

It also said 30,121 people have tested positive for the virus, with 467 new cases reported on Sunday.

England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam has said the seasons were "against us" and the country was running into a "headwind" due to mounting cases.
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NATIONAL LOCKDOWN INCOMING FOR WALES?

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Another National Lockdown COULD be incoming for the whole of Wales. Newport have already had a Covid Outbreak after up to 14 people got infected at a hospital.
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Postby pembroke allan » Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:46 pm

Sam ReaN wrote:Another National Lockdown COULD be incoming for the whole of Wales. Newport have already had a Covid Outbreak after up to 14 people got infected at a hospital.



Apparently our local hospital is almost full but there are "NO" covid cases in it if stories are true... :old:
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Postby TopCat CCFC » Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:03 am

Covid: Boris Johnson tells of 'dashboard warnings' over rise in cases -

Boris Johnson has said the UK's increasing number of coronavirus cases is "flashing at us like dashboard warnings in a passenger jet".

The Liverpool region will be on a "very high" Covid alert level from Wednesday, the highest of a new three-tier system.

England's chief medical officer said he was not confident the measures "would be enough to get on top of" the virus.

Prof Chris Whitty said it was likely local authorities in "very high" alert areas would have to go further.

But the prime minister ruled out the "extreme route" of a national lockdown "right now".

Most areas of England will be on "medium" alert, with measures such as the rule of six, but areas with local restrictions on household mixing are automatically on "high" alert.

A "very high" alert sees pubs and bars close if they do not serve "substantial meals", almost all household contacts banned and advice against travel.
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Postby Nuclearblue » Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:28 am

Deaths involving Covid !! so not death because of Covid ? Then a Covid intensive care unit in there second story. Photos of people smiling behind the oxygen and ventilators.
Fear is the biggest weapon of all and by god people are falling for it big time.
One day you will wonder why you was fooled.
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Flip flop labour

Postby ion » Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:18 pm

They shouted for regional rules so we don't have to lock down whole country ,now the government are doing it they now want a total lockdown you couldn't make it up political points scoring again .I praised Andy Burnham the other week on here but he was on the sky news today spouting his poison political points scoring and he was one of the one's who criticized total lockdown now he wants it .
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Re: Flip flop labour

Postby Bluebina » Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:26 pm

Burnham is a prick, he changes his mind like the weather, the government can't win, he's just constantly angling for total lockdown in his area because they are ignoring distancing and asking for extra furlough and business funding so they can stay at home and close everything down.
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Re: Flip flop labour

Postby CCFCJosh75 » Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:36 pm

Ironically posted the day the tories decided to go against their manifesto and not vote to uphold our food standards.

Maybe less flip flop and more liars.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 13/10/20

Postby Forever Blue » Tue Oct 13, 2020 4:31 pm

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17,234 New cases

143 New deaths
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 13/10/20

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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 13/10/20

Postby stickywicket » Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:03 pm

All these, stats.
There's only one, stat you need to know.
Nurses (including my daughter) are frightened to go to work.
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Re: UPDATED DAILY : UK CORONAVIRUS - UPDATED 13/10/20

Postby stickywicket » Tue Oct 13, 2020 11:04 pm

All these, stats.
There's only one, stat you need to know.
Nurses (including my daughter) are frightened to go to work.
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Drakeford bans travel to Wales from English hotspots

Postby Bluebina » Wed Oct 14, 2020 4:05 pm

He has followed through with his threats, he needs to read how to make friends and influence people!

Also Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

If I was English I would say feck them then when it's all over, he's probably set the Welsh Tourist board back twenty years!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-54540764
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Re: Drakeford bans travel to Wales from English hotspots

Postby Bluebina » Wed Oct 14, 2020 4:10 pm

Petty politics and sabre-rattling, so much for we are all in this together!
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Re: Drakeford bans travel to Wales from English hotspots

Postby castleblue » Wed Oct 14, 2020 6:32 pm

Bluebina wrote:He has followed through with his threats, he needs to read how to make friends and influence people!

Also Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

If I was English I would say feck them then when it's all over, he's probably set the Welsh Tourist board back twenty years!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-54540764


Some results are preliminary and the results may change as further analysis is conducted," they said.

They add that "in all cases the data should be interpreted with other information" and not accepted as "a single grand truth".


So Drippy Drakeford takes this study as "A SINGLE GRAND TRUTH" when those responsible even say more analysis needs to be conducted and the study needs to be peer reviewed.

This tells you everything you need to know about Drakeford as a Political Operator as he has allowed himself to be backed into a corner by an issue of his own making. Drakeford is, in political terms, a Throttlebottom - an innocuously inept and futile person in public office.

Using a non peer reviewed study of sewer waste water as justification for this only proves many peoples view is that Wales is governed by the worst people. A.K.A a Kakistocracy.


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Lockdown Coming Soon

Postby C. Rombie-Coat » Wed Oct 14, 2020 9:02 pm

Oh dear. As per press speculation. They really are trying to grind us down.
Please don't think we are alone, it's co-ordinated:

https://twitter.com/clareinitaly/status ... 24032?s=21
https://twitter.com/thelocalitaly/statu ... 02657?s=21
https://twitter.com/breakingf24/status/ ... 53184?s=21

So as someone said:
'all will be locked down in the 2 weeks before 3 Nov

so when they fix the result and say Biden won

and it all kicks off'
Which is quite possible.

Hunter Biden e mails confirming corruption which Biden Snr knew all about -and photos - crack pipe ffs - with first release today. More to follow!

See new York Post if it hasn't yet been reported by the BBC :lol:

(Twitter have put a total block on it).
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