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  1. Is there not a more practical reason as to why it won't happen given that there are 24 official langauges in the EU! Which one would they use to speak to each other?
  2. They really are a piece of work aren't they!
  3. You're implying that the poll asked on average 1,600 random people on 154 seperate occasions - giving a total poll size in the region of around 250,000. Can you provide any links that state this is the case - I posted a link to the notes from that survey previously, but they are here for you to reference : https://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/in-highsight-do-you-think-britain-was-right-or-wrong-to-vote-to-leave-the-eu/?notes I cannot find anywhere in those notes where it states that an entirely new group of people were asked the questions each and every time - but am happy for you to point me in the right direction. For all we know, they may have an email list of 2,000 people who they send the poll out to every week and see how many reply. There is nothing in the notes to suggest otherwise...
  4. But that's not just any old protest, that's a 'passionate' protest, although would expect nothing else from the most passionate fans in the world.
  5. Since August 2017, that question has been asked 154 times. The sample size used each time the question was asked was in the region of 1600 people. Since March 2020 the question has been asked with only one other question in the poll. All 154 polls were funded by The Times. More stats can be found here : https://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/in-highsight-do-you-think-britain-was-right-or-wrong-to-vote-to-leave-the-eu/?notes
  6. Based on the fact that the exact number of Indians in the country is not known. Also based on a large percentage of Indians that live in very rural areas with little to no access to basic medical facilities let alone the testing and reporting facilities that is needed to give precise and accurate figures.
  7. Not convinced that India's reporting, testing and recording is at the same level as the US...
  8. I guess their hopes about people not being ignorant cunts were shattered on Saturday night, who know? https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1340518/coronavirus-curfew-lockdown-liverpool-london-covid19-second-wave
  9. I guess it's easy to say with hind sight, but maybe more use could have been made of the Nightingale hospitals which could have housed the Covid patients, whilst regular hospitals carried on treating regular patients. Maybe that's what will happen second time round...
  10. Yep, absolutely the only reason, you nailed it! Definitely not because sometimes people forget to take one with them.
  11. Good job they doubled the fine to £200 - we'll soon have that new national debt paid off! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-54295612
  12. The Colston hall has now been renamed. Three years they've been considering a new name - long before BLM - the greatest creative minds in Bristol managed to come up with the imaginative Bristol Beacon.
  13. Lol. You know we're talking about the British public right?
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