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userBulletguy
Posted: 3 January 2022 7:50 PM
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Here we go.....as if our mortality figures aren't bad enough already, they're about to get a lot worse.

NHS in crisis mode as hospitals told to discharge patients where possible

The NHS was put on a crisis footing tonight as hospitals in England were told to discharge as many patients as possible while estimated daily Omicron cases hit 200,000 and the variant claimed its first life in the UK.

Amid a scramble for tests and booster jabs, the country’s doctors called for further restrictions to be imposed to stem the rise in cases and Downing Street did not rule out fresh measures.

https://tinyurl.com/7p3s3h6s

NHS leaders warn of intensifying 'health emergency' as coronavirus hospital admissions rise

Health Secretary Sajid Javid said any further Covid restrictions must be a last resort but NHS leaders say pressures from increasing patient numbers are further straining a health service already operating "beyond full stretch".

https://tinyurl.com/2s4as4a5

And.......

NHS frontline staff in mental health crisis as 700 medics a month now seeking professional help

The NHS is dealing with a mental health crisis among frontline staff with up to 700 doctors and other health professionals now seeking professional help from colleagues a month, i can reveal.

Professor Dame Clare Gerada, the president of the Royal College of GPs, said the specialist clinic she established over a decade ago has treated the same number of NHS staff over the last 18 months than it did in the first 10 years of its existence until the pandemic struck.

https://tinyurl.com/5me9uy3k
user747
Posted: 4 January 2022 8:54 PM
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Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle (a large conurbation).

5 Covid patients, none on ventilators. Direct information given to me yesterday by a Staff Nurse.

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Posted: 4 January 2022 9:37 PM
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747 - 2022-01-04 8:54 PM

Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle (a large conurbation).

5 Covid patients, none on ventilators. Direct information given to me yesterday by a Staff Nurse.



I'm guessing you mean the RVI?

And if so I'm guessing that you are suggesting that it's all a myth then?

And presumably the 32 patients listed as being there on the 28th December all recovered, including the seven in ITU.

https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/easy_read?postcode=NE54BT

And for those that don't know Newcastle has two hospitals, have you got the figures for the Freeman?

And you do realise that those in hospital on the 28th December probably aren't Omicron? It hadn't hit the northeast east, or rather it had but hospitalizations happen later.
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Posted: 4 January 2022 9:49 PM
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747 - 2022-01-04 8:54 PM

Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle (a large conurbation).

5 Covid patients, none on ventilators. Direct information given to me yesterday by a Staff Nurse.



Well lucky Newcastle, around here the hospitals are struggling big time, even cancer treatments are being delayed by a month or more.
userCurtainRaiser
Posted: 4 January 2022 10:12 PM
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colin - 2022-01-04 9:49 PM

747 - 2022-01-04 8:54 PM

Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle (a large conurbation).

5 Covid patients, none on ventilators. Direct information given to me yesterday by a Staff Nurse.



Well lucky Newcastle, around here the hospitals are struggling big time, even cancer treatments are being delayed by a month or more.


It's the same in the north, just Captain Airhead spreading some disinformation.

A number of Trusts have already suspended visiting and people with heart attacks are being told to make their own way to hospital.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 7:27 AM
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CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-04 10:12 PM
Captain Airhead


Good name for him

A few weeks ago I posted a link to a guy with a broken hip who lay in his own filth for 14 hours waithing for an ambulance. Then ambulances queing for hours outside hospitals. Similar waits at A and E. People pulling their own teeth. And yet I keep hearing adverts on the radio saying the NHS is open for business and non covid work . I can only asssume the adverts are a PR stunt from a Government whose main concern is the political damage to themselves from people not getting NHS treatment when they need it. So they are trying to pretend people can still get the treatment they need.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 9:03 AM
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Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.

Edited by 747 2022-01-05 9:08 AM
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Posted: 5 January 2022 9:26 AM
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747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........




Edited by pelmetman 2022-01-05 9:28 AM
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Posted: 5 January 2022 11:15 AM
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747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 A
everything looked to be running as normal.


So you went in to have your eyes tested
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Posted: 5 January 2022 12:03 PM
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747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


I was due a follow up eye check at the Moorfield's clinic of our local hospital, this has been deferred, 5 weeks and counting. Cancer treatments have been deferred, 6 weeks and counting.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 12:09 PM
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pelmetman - 2022-01-05 9:26 AM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........




Dave, "a few months ago", is not now.
A couple of months ago cancer treatments around here where going smoothly, also I went to see orthopaedic surgeon and things there look OK, it's not like that now. This afternoon I shall be on 'driver duty' taking someone into hospital 6 weeks after they should have been seen.
I notice the Lincolnshire health trusts declared a major incidence t'other week.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 1:06 PM
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I find it incredibly odd that Captain Airhead and Pelmethead think that by citing local experiences (and in the case of Pelmethead one that was before the recent wave of Omicron ) means there isnt a problem and the entire NHS is lying about the issue. Its a bit like saying I drove into (insert your town name here) and there was virtually no traffic so all those traffic jams Sally traffic is blathering on about on the M25, M6 and the M62 must be made up.
userCurtainRaiser
Posted: 5 January 2022 1:34 PM
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747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


Newcastle General Hospital closed in 2010, it's now part of the universities Campus for Aging - which explains your presence and misunderstanding of how many hospitals there are in Newcastle?

Edited by CurtainRaiser 2022-01-05 1:46 PM
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Posted: 5 January 2022 1:49 PM
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pelmetman - 2022-01-05 9:26 AM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........


Careful now, you seem to be suggesting that your lord and master is lying to the nation?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jan/04/uk-covid-coronavirus-live-news-omicron-may-have-plateaued-amongst-under-50s-in-london-top-scientist-says?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other
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Posted: 5 January 2022 2:03 PM
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747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


Newcastle General Hospital closed in 2010, it's now part of the universities Campus for Aging - which explains your presence and misunderstanding of how many hospitals there are in Newcastle?


Your pedantry knows no bounds.

The name change means nothing to local people, it will always be known as 'the General'. Just as it was known as 'the Workhouse Hospital' to earlier generations. It still operates as a Hospital but now has no A&E. I am amazed at how much time and effort you put in to trying to trip up other members of this forum. As I said in an earlier post, "strange".
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Posted: 5 January 2022 2:29 PM
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747 - 2022-01-05 2:03 PM

CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-05 1:34 PM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


Newcastle General Hospital closed in 2010, it's now part of the universities Campus for Aging - which explains your presence and misunderstanding of how many hospitals there are in Newcastle?


Your pedantry knows no bounds.

The name change means nothing to local people, it will always be known as 'the General'. Just as it was known as 'the Workhouse Hospital' to earlier generations. It still operates as a Hospital but now has no A&E. I am amazed at how much time and effort you put in to trying to trip up other members of this forum. As I said in an earlier post, "strange".


Anyone else would just call it a "walk in " centre.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 3:01 PM
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Government bots out in force on Twitter.





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Posted: 5 January 2022 5:28 PM
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CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-05 3:01 PM

Government bots out in force on Twitter.



Jeeesaz! Isnt that first one that actor bloke off the telly? The last one is a fecking dog FFS!

Do they think we are totally stupid? Oh yeah I forgot. Most of the electorate are.
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Posted: 5 January 2022 7:04 PM
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This afternoon 12 NHS trusts had declared critical incidents.....that number has now risen to 20 trusts.

https://tinyurl.com/2p8wznm5

Heart attack patients calling 999 in parts of northern England are being asked to get a lift instead of waiting for an ambulance as hospitals in the region experience more than double the growth rate in numbers of Covid patients compared with London.

https://tinyurl.com/2p9d4kz4

And from a palliative care doctor



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Posted: 5 January 2022 7:13 PM
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Meantime a city of 1.2 million inhabitants in China has been put into total lockdown after three asymptomatic cases.

Authorities ordered all residents to stay inside, and residential communities to post sentries at gates. No cars are allowed on the road except for epidemic response vehicles, and all shops, entertainment and leisure venues have been closed. Only businesses that are “guaranteeing the supply of daily life materials” can operate.

https://tinyurl.com/5fr6ez6w
userJohn52
Posted: 5 January 2022 7:25 PM
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Curtain Twitcher

Captain Airhead
I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


Newcastle General Hospital closed in 2010, it's now part of the universities Campus for Aging - which explains your presence and misunderstanding of how many hospitals there are in Newcastle?


Send for Dr Shipman

Edited by John52 2022-01-05 7:29 PM
userpelmetman
Posted: 6 January 2022 9:22 AM
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CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-05 1:49 PM

pelmetman - 2022-01-05 9:26 AM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........


Careful now, you seem to be suggesting that your lord and master is lying to the nation?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jan/04/uk-covid-coronavirus-live-news-omicron-may-have-plateaued-amongst-under-50s-in-london-top-scientist-says?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other


Careful now, you are talking to someone who was left to rot for 24 hours in a draughty A&E corridor, almost getting sepsis before he had his ruptured appendix removed, followed by a stay in a filthy ward where my bedside table was wiped down with my own P1ss .........

That was back when the NHS was in the hands of Labours Blair ...........

So yet another reason why I would never be stupid enough to vote Labour again .........

Once is enough.......only a Socialist idiot would repeat their mistakes ........

Edited by pelmetman 2022-01-06 9:24 AM
userBulletguy
Posted: 6 January 2022 5:57 PM
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pelmetman - 2022-01-06 9:22 AM

CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-05 1:49 PM

pelmetman - 2022-01-05 9:26 AM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........


Careful now, you seem to be suggesting that your lord and master is lying to the nation?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jan/04/uk-covid-coronavirus-live-news-omicron-may-have-plateaued-amongst-under-50s-in-london-top-scientist-says?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other


Careful now, you are talking to someone who was left to rot for 24 hours in a draughty A&E corridor, almost getting sepsis before he had his ruptured appendix removed, followed by a stay in a filthy ward where my bedside table was wiped down with my own P1ss .........

You know that's a downright lie and not even contract cleaners would do that.
userBulletguy
Posted: 6 January 2022 6:37 PM
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Sheffield hospitals "at breaking point" and "dangerously short-staffed" with 1,699 staff off sick.

Sickness among staff at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has increased from 1,409 to 1,699 over the last seven days, reports the Mirror, with bosses fearing worse has yet to come.

https://tinyurl.com/2p9hcnep

https://tinyurl.com/2p8ck534
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Posted: 7 January 2022 9:27 AM
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So Johnson tells the country that the NHS is stretched but can cope without further restrictions.

Two days later the army is sent in to London hospitals and to man the ambulances.
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Posted: 7 January 2022 4:12 PM
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Bulletguy - 2022-01-06 5:57 PM

pelmetman - 2022-01-06 9:22 AM

CurtainRaiser - 2022-01-05 1:49 PM

pelmetman - 2022-01-05 9:26 AM

747 - 2022-01-05 9:03 AM

Strange?

I was an outpatient at the RVI yesterday in the eye department, everything normal. No cancelled non-emergency work in any department according to the Nurse and the eye specialist is booking me in for a procedure shortly. From my experience of the department, everything looked to be running as normal.

There are 3 major Hospitals in Newcastle. The Freeman, General and RVI. As I said earlier, the RVI has 5 Covid patients, none on ventilators.

I'm sorry if it does not fit your diatribes against the Tory Government and ultra Left Wing bias comrades.


That was our experience down here a few months ago.......Er in doors broke her toe.......dialed 111 instead of going to A&E.......got a appointment for just 2 hours later .........

It took me almost that long to get her in the car and out again at the hospital ........


Careful now, you seem to be suggesting that your lord and master is lying to the nation?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2022/jan/04/uk-covid-coronavirus-live-news-omicron-may-have-plateaued-amongst-under-50s-in-london-top-scientist-says?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other


Careful now, you are talking to someone who was left to rot for 24 hours in a draughty A&E corridor, almost getting sepsis before he had his ruptured appendix removed, followed by a stay in a filthy ward where my bedside table was wiped down with my own P1ss .........

You know that's a downright lie and not even contract cleaners would do that.


I don't normally bother replying to your tosh ........

But I can still recall when I managed my first P1ss after having the catheter removed, and I'd almost filled to brim the cardboard urinal.......which I placed on my bedside table.......just as the cleaner with learning difficulties came around........she was a happy soul who was enthusiastic at her job and grabbed my bedside table with gusto to mop the floor underneath .........

Which caused my P1ss to go everywhere .......

So she wiped it up with that blue paper towel we called in the Navy Elephant Bog roll .......

Hence she wiped down my bedside table with my own P1ss ........

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So Johnson tells the country that the NHS is stretched but can cope without further restrictions.

Two days later the army is sent in to London hospitals and to man the ambulances.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has said the deployment means the government can no longer deny there is a "staffing crisis" within the NHS.

Patricia Marquis, the RCN's director for England, said: "The prime minister and others can no longer be dismissive of questions about the ability of NHS staff to deliver safe care.

"Once the military has been brought in, where does the government turn next in a bid to 'ride out' the wave rather than deal with it?"

https://tinyurl.com/4dyff23d

The erosion of the NHS is unforgiveable.
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Posted: 7 January 2022 10:31 PM
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Here's one I prepared earlier. It would be awful if people shared this all over the internet.





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Posted: 8 January 2022 9:27 AM
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Well most sensible people saw this crisis emerging when Johnson refused to act before Christmas, of course the forums Mystic Meg could not see through his boarded up windows and predicted Johnson's strategy a stroke of genius on 30th December:

"Like I said a year or more ago when Barry Bulls1t and others started using the Pandemic scores on the doors as a weapon to bash Boris .........

You LOSERS were crowing to early .........

Perhaps you need to ask yourself why countries like Germany and France have now F*cked UP? ........

Given the advantage they had over the UK ........"

Well that's aged well.....



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Posted: 8 January 2022 9:36 AM
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And if Gremlin wants to express an "opinion", although obviously not a "argument" here are the population densities that he feels are all important.

https://www.worldometers.info/population/countries-in-europe-by-population/
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