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See the police have posted a message asking people to stop posting photos of people with huge overfilled shopping trolleys following one posted of an individual with a trolley full of bread!’

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1 minute ago, the stinking enigma said:

Is there an update today? I'm half expecting it to be syndicated to iom newspapers, where there will be a teaser of an update but you'll have to buy the indy to find out when

 

4pm with Alf telling the workers out of a job they can claim £200 per week or whatever it is

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3 minutes ago, Banker said:

See the police have posted a message asking people to stop posting photos of people with huge overfilled shopping trolleys following one posted of an individual with a trolley full of bread!’

Is that really a police matter. Its not their normal bread and butter. Maybe they are just loafing around...spreading rumours..stopping people earning an honest crust......Stop me please

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12 minutes ago, Max Power said:

This will only be a temporary closure though, I can see a further influx once the current restrictions are relaxed.

And it's at that point there'll be a significant housing issue. There's going to be a big divide of available and affordable properties between the different housing sectors.

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6 minutes ago, Happier diner said:

Is that really a police matter. Its not their normal bread and butter. Maybe they are just loafing around...spreading rumours..stopping people earning an honest crust......Stop me please

Maybe they just like feeding the birds?

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12 minutes ago, Banker said:

See the police have posted a message asking people to stop posting photos of people with huge overfilled shopping trolleys following one posted of an individual with a trolley full of bread!’

He might be making sarnies for a takeaway?

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2 minutes ago, Banker said:

2 new cases both 1 days arrival, no community spread again so no need for lockdown!!!

If only they'd had your unsubstantiated bollocks guesswork crystal ball in advance eh?

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2 minutes ago, HeliX said:

If only they'd had your unsubstantiated bollocks guesswork crystal ball in advance eh?

They should have waited as was set out in their very detailed expensive plan!! Still on website!

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Just now, Banker said:

They should have waited as was set out in their very detailed expensive plan!! Still on website!

The plan that was written for a variant of the virus with a much lower transmissability.

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19 minutes ago, Ham_N_Eggs said:

He's left IOM Newspapers for Gef I believe. Which is why he is publishing articles for them and asking the questions at the briefings on their behalf.

That explains it - though his LinkedIn still says IOM Newspapers.  Presumably it sounds better that saying you work for a PR company named after an imaginary 1930s herpestid.

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7 minutes ago, HeliX said:

If only they'd had your unsubstantiated bollocks guesswork crystal ball in advance eh?

They should have done what Brisbane have done.  Immediate lockdown when they found the first case for a few days to get an idea whats going on.

Also should have tested people on return, but Howard is in the process of blagging that one as I type

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55 minutes ago, Banker said:

Look  taking the car out with bikes at 10.30 for 3/4 hours doesn’t constitute a quick bit of fresh air when they are supposed to be doing online teaching, my arse!!

 Nor is it staying at home to stay safe! Yes it may be having a go but when lots are being deprived of income or stuck home schooling it’s galling to see the teachers & others on full pay treating as extra holidays after their 2 weeks holiday 

If it matters to you that much, maybe contact their employer or the police instead of constantly whining on here?  You seem to have a detailed log of their movements, perfectly normal behaviour.

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3 minutes ago, horatiotheturd said:

They should have done what Brisbane have done.  Immediate lockdown when they found the first case for a few days to get an idea whats going on.

Also should have tested people on return, but Howard is in the process of blagging that one as I type

 

Yep, cost of paying people to stay at home, loss to economy etc must surely outweigh the costs of extra testing.

Also . . plus what price can you put on freedom?

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