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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/feb/22/scotland-covid-vaccination-drive-linked-to-big-drop-in-hospital-admissions
  2. Anyone here work with kids? Professionally or otherwise? https://www.gov.uk/government/news/phe-launches-new-psychological-first-aid-training https://www.theguardian.com/society/2021/feb/21/uk-17-year-olds-mental-health-crisis
  3. And an inverse JSBach (IIRC the UU organ was his introduction), and another author called Bryan Stanley Johnson, who I think STP admired. On the Isle of Mann roundabout - the architects seem unimpressed: https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/boris-johnson-wants-to-build-roundabout-under-the-isle-of-man
  4. I have to say, my experience in semi-rural Gloucestershire is extremely different - yourself and HOI are both London yes?. You see the odd group who look suspiciously similar aged, but they're few and far between; mostly see quite a lot of couples, usually masked, and pretty much everyone is giving wide berths when passing. I've yet to see a group stop to chat and NOT keep 2m+ part; and hardly ever see a bench being used.
  5. Even the Times is taking the p*** Are we sure it's not April yet? https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/tunnel-vision-now-pm-sets-his-sights-on-a-roundabout-under-the-isle-of-man-cg9523lxp
  6. Depends - are the current lot eligible? After all, they're also "since 1979". You'd have to suspect they'd make a majority of that combined cabinet; but it would certainly be worse if you swapped some of the most competent now with their least competent historical colleagues
  7. Thank you, I've not been in there for a bit, but remember discussion about the contracts in here
  8. Not seeing this anywhere else but if true, what are the implications? https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/02/17/europe/uk-astrazeneca-vaccine-contract-details-intl/index.html
  9. You are David Cameron, and I claim my £5
  10. Jonathon Joseph, Elliot Stooke and Gabriel Oghre have all been handed bans by the RFU for meeting up for drinks during Covid restrictions. Bath have increased the ban for their players and added a fine. Stooke gets the harsher end of matters for driving one of the others home after. It then emerges that he crashed his car and failed a breath test on his way home, and now the cops are involved. I'm a Bath fan - I don't want to see him in a Bath shirt again.
  11. Just a quick note on the above, "Boris Johnson battles experts to save Christmas" and "Boris Johnson says ‘we did everything we could’" NHS has released figures that 101,956 people were in hospital being treated for Covid in January*. For perspective, the entirety of 2020 saw 242,307 people in hospital being treated for Covid. Officially, 2020 saw 80,830 people die of Covid (realistically 94k) Less than 6 weeks of 2021 has seen 41,496 people died of Covid (unconfirmed as final figures are about 2 weeks behind) * Government numbers are actually higher, at 112,958, with a further 15,252 in the first week of February ETA: I think I've partially worked it out, if you look at 02-29 of January (4 weeks) gives 104k. Of course, some new admissions may be counted twice as the same patient is admitted to one hospital, and then moved to another when a bed becomes available
  12. Parts of Scotland hit -22* overnight. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-56022387 Meanwhile, in Scotland, apparently, poor people still need to eat:
  13. I'm loving today's assertion that "the great british public" - known idiots en masse; and perfectly capable of seeing the clear and consistent message, and not being at all confused by directly conflicting information coming from cabinet ministers 24 hours apart.
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