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41 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Just from isolated examples I’ve seen and heard of. Plus as mentioned , which doesn’t count and is in no way allowed apparently, talking to a serving officer. 
 

apart from that I have a very healthy dislike for the police anyway due to personal interactions with them 😁

 

get over it you plum, there  are plenty  of police officers I don't like,  bellends are in every job

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My uncle lost his battle to this in Royal Bolton this morning, so he will be one of today’s numbers.  last rites over the phone held by a nurse with no family there. made an exception yester

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I’ve sat with my mum who is slipping away, literally breathing her last today. She idolises the Queen, and whilst she didn’t in all likelihood hear that, I know she would have loved every single

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3 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

my nephew started back at school last week in Bolton. Today back home schooling for two weeks after a positive case in his school.

Dad has to work at home and take holiday - either shut up shop in Bolton or don't, this halfway thing is just nonsense 

 

That’s just bollocks 

Schools will never be open if one case closes them down 

#lockuptheoldiesandletscrackon

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7 hours ago, birch-chorley said:

That’s just bollocks 

Schools will never be open if one case closes them down 

#lockuptheoldiesandletscrackon

And before the outcry of workshy set of cunts looking for any excuse to stay at home and watch this morning - these decisions are not in schools hands, after reported cases they are to immediately phone Public Health England and follow their advice.

And then (in majority of schools) provide a robust and consistent series of online lessons including live (zoom/Microsoft teams etc) lessons

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8 hours ago, Not in Crawley said:

Well its happening. Bolton has a stupidly high infection rate, way above what it was before the national lockdown.

Which school?

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8 hours ago, Not in Crawley said:

Well its happening. Bolton has a stupidly high infection rate, way above what it was before the national lockdown.

It must have been some party at Henighans, these young people eh!

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9 minutes ago, Moon boy said:

It must have been some party at Henighans, these young people eh!

You never did expand on your theory about the root causes of the current restrictions.

Apart from the cop out of a fishing emoji.

Just say what you want to say. 

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36 minutes ago, Spider said:

You never did expand on your theory about the root causes of the current restrictions.

Apart from the cop out of a fishing emoji.

Just say what you want to say. 

Bolton has gone from 19 cases a  couple of weeks ago to 133, the highest rate in the country,  Hancock said in Parliament it was due to 18-29 year olds going in pubs, if you want to believe that that’s ok.

If you think that’s a little unlikely form your own opinion 

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In Llandudno for the past few days where masks in shops aren’t mandatory, yet I reckon a far higher percentage are wearing than at home. Genuinely think it’s people just trying to be awkward for the sake of it. 

I will point out, however, that there have been big groups of middle aged blokes out in restaurants and pubs and that to the extent that we’ve been pretty much steering clear. That said, we went in a micro pub yesterday that was table service only and was keen to make sure groups didn’t really gather together.

This support bubble thing is a crock of shit as well. If you read the actual blurb about it, it actually only applies to single households but that has long since been ignored. They shouldn’t have even mentioned it and certainly shouldn’t be giving it so much press now. 

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14 minutes ago, Moon boy said:

Bolton has gone from 19 cases a  couple of weeks ago to 133, the highest rate in the country,  Hancock said in Parliament it was due to 18-29 year olds going in pubs, if you want to believe that that’s ok.

If you think that’s a little unlikely form your own opinion 

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33 people tested positive who had all been in one pub on the same evening. Probably chugging bing off the same cistern.

So I think it’s highly likely. In my opinion.

You clearly think it’s something else but seem reluctant to enlighten us. Which makes me think you’re scared of saying it because it may be viewed as inflammatory.

I said a few weeks back that asian communities in the town weren’t helping. Probably still aren’t, but the spike is clearly a result of youngsters going to the pub. You need to prove me wrong because the stats back me up on this.

Over to you.

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9 minutes ago, Spider said:

So

33 people tested positive who had all been in one pub on the same evening. Probably chugging bing off the same cistern.

So I think it’s highly likely. In my opinion.

An if the average UK household is 4.5 people and we've 33 individuals testing positive, there's a potential for almost 150 cases.
Those 150 people will meet how many other people before realising they've already got it?

And that is how you go from 20 cases per 100k to 130 cases per 100k in the blink of an eye.

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1 minute ago, Traf said:

An if the average UK household is 4.5 people and we've 33 individuals testing positive, there's a potential for almost 150 cases.
Those 150 people will meet how many other people before realising they've already got it?

And that is how you go from 20 cases per 100k to 130 cases per 100k in the blink of an eye.

Let's hear Moon man's opinion before we just swallow what the government and MSM tell us....

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24 minutes ago, Spider said:

Let's hear Moon man's opinion before we just swallow what the government and MSM tell us....

Last week when the relaxing of restrictions was stopped it was down to people visiting other households, this week it’s pubs. If the track and trace is accurate. I guess it will change regularly.

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8 minutes ago, Boby Brno said:

Last week when the relaxing of restrictions was stopped it was down to people visiting other households, this week it’s pubs. If the track and trace is accurate. I guess it will change regularly.

Bit of everything. Still loads of idiots whatever ths setting.

 

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It's increased contact in enclosed spaces over long periods of time.

Some Ethnic communities drive this because they have multi generational households.

Some low income families drive this because they have relatively small houses and large families.

Some pub goers drive this because they gather indoors in large groups to get intoxicated for several hours.

If you're inside with loads of others for ages, your probability of catching it goes up.

Throw in those  who don't distance/quarantine/wear a mask/ for whatever reason and the probability goes up higher. It's maths.

If folk stick to the guidlines, probability drops. 

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10 hours ago, MancWanderer said:

I was “Con’s” apprentice at Horwich Loco Works and we used our British Railways Privilege Pass for free travel to away games. He talked about this appearing on Sweeny. Fairly sure it was Oxford.

 

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