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1 minute ago, dj350z said:

Johnson should ask Starmer how his visit to hospitality in Bath went at PMQs on wednesday:rofl:

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1 minute ago, Wolfsbane said:

Johnson should ask Starmer how his visit to hospitality in Bath went at PMQs on wednesday:rofl:

Don't forget that Boris is responsible for the lockdowns in the first place though. 

Shows how dim some are when they think Boris should be rewarded for throwing them a few bones... :rolleyes:

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5 minutes ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

Don't forget that Boris is responsible for the lockdowns in the first place though. 

Shows how dim some are when they think Boris should be rewarded for throwing them a few bones... :rolleyes:

Strangely, when I first saw it, my immediate reaction was what happened to Johnson's promised visit to a pub last monday.

The landlord's a lifetime Labour voter so I imagine he's got no time for Johnson either.

Politicians, of any party, getting the $hit ripped out of them is always a good thing:t:

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Just now, Wolfsbane said:

Strangely, when I first saw it, my immediate reaction was what happened to Johnson's promised visit to a pub last monday.

The landlord's a lifetime Labour voter so I imagine he's got no time for Johnson either.

Politicians, of any party, getting the $hit ripped out of them is always a good thing:t:

Apparently he called it off in respect of death of HRH Duke of Edinburgh.

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9 minutes ago, dj350z said:

Apparently he called it off in respect of death of HRH Duke of Edinburgh.

That was lucky for him.

Now Phil's been laid to rest there's no reason for further delay.

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25 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

There were 539,151 deaths in 2003, and according to ONS data, influenza played a big part in that in the early part of that year...

Ok. And lockdown will have had an effect on the spread of flu too. So that is one reason that the figure in 2003 might be higher.

Also, vaccination. Flu vaccination was introduced to all over-65s in 2000 and then further clinical groups in subsequent years. So that will also have kept flu deaths lower since the early 2000s. So it all fits. Death figures will have dropped since the early 2000s. They have gone up again this year due to Covid, despite flu vaccinations and lockdowns.

Flu vaccination programme in England - Science and Technology Committee - House of Commons (parliament.uk)

It's pretty clear that Covid has caused a major health problem in the last couple of years, even if the actual numbers are just based on the 28-day rule so probably inaccurate. The rise in deaths last year says it.

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2 minutes ago, The Cheese said:

1-0 to Boris on this one..:rofl:

 

Who the bloody hell served him?:rolleyes::mad:

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4 minutes ago, Grachan said:

Ok. And lockdown will have had an effect on the spread of flu too. So that is one reason that the figure in 2003 might be higher.

Also, vaccination. Flu vaccination was introduced to all over-65s in 2000 and then further clinical groups in subsequent years. So that will also have kept flu deaths lower since the early 2000s. So it all fits. Death figures will have dropped since the early 2000s. They have gone up again this year due to Covid, despite flu vaccinations and lockdowns.

Flu vaccination programme in England - Science and Technology Committee - House of Commons (parliament.uk)

It's pretty clear that Covid has caused a major health problem in the last couple of years, even if the actual numbers are just based on the 28-day rule so probably inaccurate. The rise in deaths last year says it.

There is no evidence lockdowns have had any effect on the spread of airborne microbial viruses, just look at care home deaths and infection rates in prisons. If it's airborne, you can't stop it, something Anders Tegnell understood from the start. The average age of deaths is higher than life expectancy in the UK, that should tell you everything. It's not about a virus, and never was...

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Experts said Texas would be a disaster zone with no masks, no lockdowns and no restrictions...

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Rod Humphrys is now Starmer's Gillian Duffy:rofl:

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This morning my GP surgery stated on Facebook that their computer system was down and that it was a 'national issue'.

Can anyone corroborate this?

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30 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

There is no evidence lockdowns have had any effect on the spread of airborne microbial viruses, just look at care home deaths and infection rates in prisons. If it's airborne, you can't stop it, something Anders Tegnell understood from the start. The average age of deaths is higher than life expectancy in the UK, that should tell you everything. It's not about a virus, and never was...

It’s very skewed figures though. Obviously once it gets into a prison it is likely to spread well. But most of the population don’t live in a facility shared with 100s of others

Just look at how a handful of US states have mass deaths and others don’t. Which suggests it is the management of prisons rather than the idea a prison can’t be controlled. 
https://www.clasp.org/covid-19-death-rate-prisons-and-general-population

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