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at 06:45 21 Oct 2020
Surely on behalf of Greater Manchester he should just register a limited company in the Cayman Islands, stick one of those local tory MPs on the board, and by lunchtime he'd have £300 million of PPE contracts?
|Nice genetics study on when COVID was imported in to the UK|
at 12:39 15 Oct 2020
Think this was been discussed a fair bit on here, re the possibility of people having the virus pre-christmas etc. This analysis shows that not to be possible, unless there was in importation event and community transmission which then died out, which is extremely unlikely.
You can also see further down the thread where the virus was imported from.
|Thank goodness for that|
at 08:36 27 Sep 2020
"Laurence Fox launching new political party to fight culture wars"
"His aims include reforming publicly funded institutions, likely to include the BBC, and celebrating Britain's history."
|This is brilliant|
at 21:38 14 Sep 2020
Desmond Swayne literally just makes up the law as he goes along in this little gem.
|The Injured/unavailable/due to be loaned out XI|
at 11:19 13 Sep 2020
Kane Vincent-Young Luke Woofenden Corrie Ndaba
Idris El Mizouni Flynn Downes Cole Skuse Tristan Nydam
Armando Dobra Kayden Jackson Jack Lankester
Hope I haven't overlooked anyone.
[Post edited 13 Sep 11:19]
at 08:08 12 Sep 2020
Obviously this should read "Me and Dom are a threat to the integrity of the UK" or "Brexit is a threat to the integrity of the UK".
Our future really all depends on whether there's anything at all that might make our rump of radicalised English patriots think again about what's going on, I guess. Great.
|Genuine question about the 6 people thing|
at 16:58 9 Sep 2020
About a week ago there was a big push to get people back to offices to save e.g. sandwich shops - is it now the case that we should be avoiding offices if there's more than 6 people in them?
|Again, that seems like an awful lot of knocks and injuries|
at 12:25 4 Sep 2020
to start a season with doesn't it?
Edwards, for example, has had recurring groin problems for a number of years, so if he's got something up with his groin now, then surely it isn't just a case of 'see how it is in the morning.'
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at 14:14 29 Aug 2020
|The fact that|
at 13:34 29 Aug 2020
Huws, Nolan, Judge and McGavin are all starting in the same 11 (regardless of whether it's a friendly or not) suggests that Lambert hasn't really learnt what went wrong in a lot of our games last season.
Whether or not you think those players have got enough quality or not, playing four midfielders who want to get their foot on their ball in comfortable positions, but don't like running forward (with or without the ball) results in an imbalanced team, poor options for those players when they do look up, and makes it really difficult to retain posession and control the game.
[Post edited 29 Aug 13:35]
|The SAGE / Government dispute|
at 08:35 17 Jul 2020
that is bubbling up is pretty mind-boggling - Apparently SAGE decided a full lockdown was needed on the 13th March, but didn't tell the government until the 16th March.
Then for the next week they didn't speak up and let anyone know they'd come to this conclusion (it's basically come to light now), while lots of other epidemiologists who were arguing that the delay going in to lockdown was going to cost thousands of lives were being shouted down by the 'following the science' crowd.
Meanwhile, Matt Hancock is now saying that the lockdown started on the 16th March.
|England Cricket team for Wednesday|
at 15:07 6 Jul 2020
I'd have gone with:
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