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    Needed to type some more letters to make a post...

    Needed to type some more letters to make a post (that's not like me) so - Agreed. :D
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    Sorry, but I can't accept that the discrepancy is...

    Sorry, but I can't accept that the discrepancy is down to some areas getting vaccine when others aren't.

    Do you realy think that London would not be getting it's share of vaccine when the rest of...
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    Here is the BBC news report:...

    Here is the BBC news report:
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-55755529

    So it's not about shortages, its about letting the areas that have been slower to vaccinate catch up.

    In fact there...
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    NE and Cumbria GP's and Hospitals/Hubs have been...

    NE and Cumbria GP's and Hospitals/Hubs have been very sucessful at vaccinating people, and praised by the PM and others for their good work.

    BBC Look North has just reported that as a reward GP's...
  5. Mine on electronic repeat dispensing seems to...

    Mine on electronic repeat dispensing seems to have settled down again, in fact they yesterday texted me a week early that there is medication ready to pick up. (ie. only 3 weeks since they last...
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    HMO/shared house (although I've got it to myself...

    HMO/shared house (although I've got it to myself at the moment), it's the Landlords Fridge/Freezer but is an extra and not part of the orignal rental which includes a built-in fridge.
    (He put it in...
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    Latest ESA WCA outcomes & WCA MR's

    The latest ESA Work Capability Assessment figures are out - figures for the quarter up to June 2020. (MR's up to October).
    This covers lockdown 1....
  8. Whoever said that was telling porkies. Why do...

    Whoever said that was telling porkies.
    Why do you think in lockdown 1 shopping baskets, door handles, etc., etc. were being disinfected? Why were you told to always wash/disinfect your hands?...
  9. Thanks again for the swift response and fix.

    Thanks again for the swift response and fix.
  10. Thanks for the attention, I'm aware that...

    Thanks for the attention,

    I'm aware that glitches like that can arise when updating or changing forum software, especially if a change of URL is also involved as it was here.
  11. Missing Threads/Posts following Forum update.

    Some threads /links seem to have gone missing during the recent forum changes.

    For exmple this link is not redirecting:...
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    Once I realised it was just the cold (freezing)...

    Once I realised it was just the cold (freezing) weather so the thermostat wasn't tripping it's been easy to keep on top of it.

    (Open the fridge door and turn it to full for 1/2 hour each day, it's...
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    Things are moving fast again and it's hard for...

    Things are moving fast again and it's hard for the 'boffins' to keep up with all the changes, never mind us plebs. (And be especially wary of what politicians say).

    About all we can do at the...
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    The Pfizer (and the Moderna) do use modification...

    The Pfizer (and the Moderna) do use modification of the recipients RNA which is a fairly new technique for vaccines although fairly well established in other forms of treatment, particularly cancer...
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    I wonder if anybody has done any testing on what...

    I wonder if anybody has done any testing on what the effects are if they start to 'mix-and-match' these various vaccines? (I doubt it).
    ie. Your first jab is one vaccine but your second is a...
  16. Re-organisation of the UC Migration thread.

    You may notice that I'm re-organising (and rewriting some of) my "UC Migration" thread.

    Because of this it's shown up a couple of 'new' threads which are really just me moving things about.
    ...
  17. That's given me a new term - A 'Foot-to-Face...

    That's given me a new term - A 'Foot-to-Face Assessment'. :D

    I'm sure we've all known at least one assessor who deserved a foot to the face.

    Beau, hope all goes well for your Hubby's biopsy...
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    I didn't have to give an email address, or phone...

    I didn't have to give an email address, or phone number, I left it blank. (But they already have my email address from a previous survey, that's how I knew about this new survey).

    They are just...
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    Short survey about £20 Covid increase.

    A short survey from the Disability Benefits Consortium about how not getting the £20/week Covid uplift in legacy benefits has/may have affected you:
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  20. I've not seen that Oxford data, and wasn't aware...

    I've not seen that Oxford data, and wasn't aware that they had tested up to 3 months, I'll have a look later to see if I can find it.

    Obviously AstraZenica haven't tested for that 12 week gap, (I...
  21. I'm only leaving the house for shopping, and...

    I'm only leaving the house for shopping, and getting my meds once a month.

    Unless they close the shops and go to some kind of rationing I don't see how any further restrictions could affect me...
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    Whoever led you to believe that the benefits...

    Whoever led you to believe that the benefits system is fair? (Oh yeah, the government).

    It's better than nothing but riddled with inconsitencies and inequalities (and plain stupidity), mostly...
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    The PIP (and LCWRA) descriptors do not cover...

    The PIP (and LCWRA) descriptors do not cover unconciousness, only the LCW descriptors cover unconciousness

    So the only way to qualify for PIP on grounds of unconciousness is on not being able to...
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    I've been doing some reading up on...

    I've been doing some reading up on fridge/freezers and leared something interesting which explains what happened.

    Whilst the freezer being too full was part of my problem there was bigger...
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    Yes I'm testing first, same tray full of water...

    Yes I'm testing first, same tray full of water test to make sure it freezes, but having just cleaned while still running it's cold in there.
    And yes the door was closed properly, I'm always careful...
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