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I'm sure this has been covered. Portugal added to the Amber list
at 14:13 5 Jun 2021

So you are moaning that they were previously too slow to take action and now they are too quick...
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Favourite non-English stadiums you’ve seen a live game
at 19:01 31 May 2021

Phil, how do I get photos on here? I have one of the stadium you might like from the Torpedo Moscow game.
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Dundee Keeper Siegrist.
at 16:39 31 May 2021

Not sure Dundee Utd fans would be best pleased with the subject line of your post 😱😂
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Steve, it is truly.....
at 15:35 28 May 2021

Can't someone at least give those of us who are non-Twitter savvy a clue how to find it (whatever it is)?
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Can you learn to whistle?
at 20:32 27 May 2021

I don't know how to do the whole fingers thing but surely everyone who can whistle must have learnt at some point. I thought I was late to the party, only learning when I was thirteen, so I would say it is never too late. Must be some YouTube tutorials...
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Hotels in Ipswich
at 12:40 27 May 2021

If your budget is limited then my vote goes to the Premier Inn at the Waterfront. Technically not on the Waterfront but a good location all round.
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Norwood can't help himself....
at 14:26 25 May 2021

I'm not into your reverse snobbery, but jeez, if his parents actually paid school fees then they should be demanding some money back....! Although the school he went to is apparently located in Upper Dicker which seems somehow appropriate.
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We’re culpable in this
at 14:07 22 May 2021

I agree, spot on.
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Quick bit of research for a daunting interview
at 12:36 22 May 2021

Nothing like being positive when someone has had good news.....and that was nothing like being positive!

That said, I do agree with your second paragraph.
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Compensation
at 14:29 19 May 2021

Yes, helping your club through a really difficult period is definitely inexplicable....shame on us!
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Woah!!! Mind Blowing Fact of the Day
at 20:19 18 May 2021

Go on then....
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June 21st
at 19:34 18 May 2021

Probably not, no.....
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Disinterested In The Club Right Now.
at 11:25 17 May 2021

Check out the date when the OP was written.
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Throwing a lifeline to Starmer
at 16:53 16 May 2021

Can someone explain why the centre is 'empty' please....?
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20 years Ago this month - Premiership Table
at 20:15 15 May 2021

How many have risen from our situation?
Man City
Leicester
Southampton
Norwich
Leeds
Shef Utd

Not really sure Burnley qualify because they weren't in the top flight in the 'modern era', nor perhaps Brighton, Wolves, Fulham or Bournemouth, but they all tool journeys from where we are now to the Prem in a fairly short period.
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Sonny Bradley incoming
at 16:44 15 May 2021

Don't know anything about him aside from his stats having just looked him up, but why would he come here given that he's a regular in a Championship side (albeit a tinpot one with a tinpot stadium)? With the 60% of turnover cap on wages we surely can't afford to pay more.

If he's good and he's willing though, let's get him in!
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Indian Variant - Absolutely livid.
at 15:10 15 May 2021

Agreed! I think we all feel the govt should be doing more to stop the Indian variant and that their response in that respect and in relation to all previous steps of lockdown has been cr@p!
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Indian Variant - Absolutely livid.
at 15:04 15 May 2021

I am saying what I have been saying all along. It is the responsibility of both. The government should be telling us whether something is 'safe' but that doesn't absolve us of all responsibility. If the government says it is safe, that doesn't mean to say that we can't or shouldn't make our own judgement. As well as suggesting individuals have zero responsibility to make sensible choices, you seem to be assuming everyone is stupid....
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Indian Variant - Absolutely livid.
at 14:56 15 May 2021

Yes, I agree, it is the responsibility of those who make the rules to provide a safe framework. But, that framework might be based on many dimensions which may or may not lead to a framework that gives protection to all. In instances where it doesn't, we as individuals have a responsibility to ensure our own safety and from a moral perspective, to consider the safety of others. We're on a really, really slippery slope if we argue that everything should come down to the government and we shouldn't take any responsibility for ourselves.

And do I expect ageing Indian grandparents who are barely literate to take some responsibility? Yes! Why shouldn't they? I appreciate there may be very, very good reasons beyond their control as to why they have found themselves in those circumstances, but they aren't beyond the need to take a degree of responsibility. Clearly there will be elements of society who can't take responsibility for themselves, which is all the more reason why the vast majority should.....and I include barely literate Indian grandparents in the latter rather than the former.
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Indian Variant - Absolutely livid.
at 14:44 15 May 2021

Do what? It's not bloody hard to find the information. If you want to go on holiday you have a responsibility to yourself to understand the risks. You should also have a moral responsibility to others to understand the implications of your actions.

I am not disagreeing that it would be much better for the government to take action, but I still think that people should and do have a responsibility for their own actions.
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