Was watching a program on the crime channel and was wondering how many people would gladly have their DNA on file. So many crimes are repeated and could be solved with a DNA database of everyone I'm just wondering who would object to it and why. It's something that sounds so simple yet hasn't been done. Should it be law ?
This is a quote from the BBC news website. Could someone please explain to me how this doesn't impact on services if it is coming from within the NHS budget.
And the prime minister's spokesman painted a slightly different picture of how the 3% rise would be paid for. “It will be funded from within the NHS budget but we’re very clear it won't impact frontline services.”
in just three months I'm now disappointed when we go a week without signing someone. When we were taken over I thought maybe some of the quotes from the powers within were paying lip service to keep the fans onside for when it came to season ticket sales but boy are they delivering. I wonder how many more signings before we kick off the season.
closed today for deep cleaning because of the amount of people with covid. I'm no expert obviously but isn't it a waste of time. With the number of people becoming infected it will only be a matter of days before those pubs need it again..and again...and...