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Am i shocked.....not one tiny bit. 

 

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Buy that man a pint...

 

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55 minutes ago, Vince said:

Anyone who tests positive may get £500 under govt plans - as worrying self-isolation data emerges (msn.com)

Well have to keep those fit and well people providing positive tests somehow!!

The gullible dash to be tested hoping for their £500. Cases up, lockdown justified, job done.

UBI getting ever closer, as predicted.

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7 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

The gullible dash to be tested hoping for their £500. Cases up, lockdown justified, job done.

UBI getting ever closer, as predicted.

What exactly is UBI and does it affect workers salaries ?

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5 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

The gullible dash to be tested hoping for their £500. Cases up, lockdown justified, job done.

UBI getting ever closer, as predicted.

So, if you get covid and isolate, you can get £500 yeah,,, if you were to catch covid again say, after 28 days, would you get another £500?

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19 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

The gullible dash to be tested hoping for their £500. Cases up, lockdown justified, job done.

UBI getting ever closer, as predicted.

I am getting confused by the conspiracy. Maybe you are too?

Can I remind you that yesterday the conspiracy was PCR test revision will mean cases down 

Today your conspiracy is cases up !!!

You are covering all bases I must say. No matter what happens it confirms your conspiracy 

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22 minutes ago, dave69 said:

What exactly is UBI and does it affect workers salaries ?

From October 2020.

'They must extend furlough and start work now to establish UBI trials'.

'Extend furlough'. 

It's happening in plain sight.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/oct/31/covid-job-losses-lead-mps-to-call-for-trials-of-universal-basic-income

 

 

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1 minute ago, Wolfsbane said:

From October 2020.

'They must extend furlough and start work now to establish UBI trials'.

'Extend furlough'. 

It's happening in plain sight.

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/oct/31/covid-job-losses-lead-mps-to-call-for-trials-of-universal-basic-income

 

Are you saying UBI would be a good thing or a bad one?

Don’t we effectively have that already with means-tested benefits?

Would the Tories really vote to allow people to sit on their backsides?

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UK chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty has spoken about "de-risking" Covid.  His point is that we will reach a situation at which the level of death and illness caused by Covid is at a level society can "tolerate" - just as we tolerate 7,000 to 20,000 people dying from flu every year.  BBC

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2 hours ago, DC2 said:

UK chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty has spoken about "de-risking" Covid.  His point is that we will reach a situation at which the level of death and illness caused by Covid is at a level society can "tolerate" - just as we tolerate 7,000 to 20,000 people dying from flu every year.  BBC

exactly and also why we " tolerate" road accidents and many other  " casualties " and "risks"  associated  with  this thing called " life"

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Today’s UK Hospital Covid 19 reported deaths

England    993    65104

Scotland   71   (5628)

Wales  67  (4459)

NI    12   (1704)

Total   1143    - last  Friday 948

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More evidence that PCR testing has inflated the situation. 

 

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12 minutes ago, Crumpet82 said:

More evidence that PCR testing has inflated the situation. 

 

 

Frankly I would now rather believe in all those positives and the fact that we have had millions of cases as per the ONS weekly estimates - with currently one million cases in England - as it shows that, while Covid may near the virulence of a cold, it kills a very small proportion of people, or more accurately is present when a relatively small number has died.

Being present in 100,000 deaths out of maybe 18 million cases?

Giving a maximum fatality rate of 1 in 180, or 0.55%, but in all likelihood somewhere between 0.5% and 0.25%.

 

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6 hours ago, Blupanther said:

Buy that man a pint...

 

Pubs are closed

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