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    Yawn.

    Yawn.
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    Because he's in charge of running the country?

    Because he's in charge of running the country?
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    Sounds like an interesting nature programme.

    Sounds like an interesting nature programme.
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    I'm a demisexual other-kin. Can I participate?

    I'm a demisexual other-kin. Can I participate?
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    Probably for the best that he's taking a break.

    Probably for the best that he's taking a break.
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    Does soggy have the virus? No word from him in...

    Does soggy have the virus? No word from him in over a week.
  7. Has he said it how it is? In reality no one...

    Has he said it how it is? In reality no one really knows until we see death tolls.
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    Like you say that's a separate issue with its own...

    Like you say that's a separate issue with its own pros and cons. Corbynism was roundly rejected by the public and thank goodness he isn't in charge of all this.
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    Yes that will be a percentage but some will...

    Yes that will be a percentage but some will obviously be deterred if those who can afford it are fined and if necessary imprisoned. It's not good enough to say that some have mental health issues so...
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    Charging for abuse of the NHS is a great idea and...

    Charging for abuse of the NHS is a great idea and should be done as soon as this is all over.
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    It's the same with things like childcare. There's...

    It's the same with things like childcare. There's an entitlement culture in this country where peoppeoplp go into a childcare setting and demand that they are given the 30 hours "free" they are...
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    It's the same with things like childcare. There's...

    It's the same with things like childcare. There's an entitlement culture in this country where people go into a childcare setting and demand that they are given the 30 hours "free" they are entitled...
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    That isn't what I said was it. It's not about...

    That isn't what I said was it. It's not about eliminating any problems, it's about improving the current situation. It would certainly help to change attitudes if people were charged for missed...
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    I'd certainly like to see the NHS moved from a...

    I'd certainly like to see the NHS moved from a model where service is expected in every case into one where people are assessed based on actual need and give priority for cases that actually require...
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    Thank goodness. That's been playing on my mind...

    Thank goodness. That's been playing on my mind all week.
  16. He might be very competent and assured behind...

    He might be very competent and assured behind closed doors but with things like this presentation is key.
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    Saddest thing for me is my little girl who can't...

    Saddest thing for me is my little girl who can't see any of her relatives and a significant portion of her life is going to be lived in this new reality.
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    It looks to me like this is going to have two or...

    It looks to me like this is going to have two or three peaks before we hopefully develop a vaccine. Given that scenario and the probable meed for multiple periods of lockdown the decision may have to...
  19. Whilst that is true, I'm not sure it's the...

    Whilst that is true, I'm not sure it's the smartest move having someone like Hancock doing the rounds in the press. He always strikes me as someone who looks like he doesn't know what he's doing and...
  20. Reminded me of the initial reactions of some of...

    Reminded me of the initial reactions of some of the older lot on here. Difference is they've stayed quiet now as the facts have become clearer. You have to be a special kind of thick to persist with...
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    This whopper:

    https://twitter.com/awardsdarwin/status/1242467883080433664?s=21
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    All the people moaning that Boris was ignoring...

    All the people moaning that Boris was ignoring them and was just following his strategy for the money have all shut up.
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    Not sure I've argued otherwise? Refer back to my...

    Not sure I've argued otherwise? Refer back to my post number 748.
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    Again, I'd probably let the mother decide, maybe...

    Again, I'd probably let the mother decide, maybe alongside a medical professional to assess risk. Not. Much point holding out with the pregnancy if both end up dying.
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    In a case where the mothers life is in danger and...

    In a case where the mothers life is in danger and the default is to kill the baby then it makes sense to give the choice to the mother. I didn't say I was anti choice anyway.
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