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    Thanks, I've had a good party in the pub with...

    Thanks,

    I've had a good party in the pub with my friends - Oh wait; that was last year.

    Didn't wake up till gone midday. (That's just the IH and nothing unusual).

    Bought a chocolate cake all...
  2. Without sewing: We use to use these kinds of...

    Without sewing:
    We use to use these kinds of things when making costumes for amateur dramatics.

    Iron on hemming tape, there are others to choose from:...
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    An interesting thought about these letters. If...

    An interesting thought about these letters.

    If you get one should it be accepted as evidence that not being found LCW would be a risk to your health, thus invoking the special regs?
    It certainly...
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    Take a look at the 'Living made easy' website...

    Take a look at the 'Living made easy' website which is a sister site to this forum.

    Here's the section on mobile phones (it's got 7 different models of Doro phones there as well as others):...
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    The 'at-risk' group is the biggest, except for...

    The 'at-risk' group is the biggest, except for the general population under 50.

    That's because it covers all ages under 65 who are at-risk.

    Another point to note is that the group members from...
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    The BBC have now changed the wording that they...

    The BBC have now changed the wording that they are using so that it fits with the government website:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56065986

    And as I'm typing this Matt Hancock has just...
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    Sky are now saying the same, using the same...

    Sky are now saying the same, using the same wording but they do clarify it lower down:...
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    That's what that BBC article says 'over-65s and...

    That's what that BBC article says 'over-65s and those deemed clinically vulnerable'.

    (Which is not the same as the Group 4 'clinically extremely vulnerable' who should already have been...
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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56062976 Note...

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56062976


    Note that if the BBC is right and they are including under 65's with 'clinical conditions' as from tomorrow this should also include Carers:...
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    I think that's more misdirection and the real...

    I think that's more misdirection and the real problem is the fact that schools don't have the capacity, rooms or teachers, for an extra years worth of pupils when they do go back. Babies are still...
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    I still don't see this insistance that all kids...

    I still don't see this insistance that all kids MUST go back to school ASAP.

    For some MP's it seems to have become a creed written in stone, with no real explanation of why it should override any...
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    Surely this surgery must be peeing the District...

    Surely this surgery must be peeing the District Nurses off as well?

    You'd think they would have better channels to complain about them.
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    You should have accepted it, you could always...

    You should have accepted it, you could always refuse the second one if both did turn up.

    (Or have two jabs within a week? Don't know if they tested for that one, though I expect it's too close...
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    I saw that yesterday and nearly spat my beer out....

    I saw that yesterday and nearly spat my beer out.

    The current members of COTPP are all countries with coastlines on the Pacific Ocean, that trade with each other across the Pacific Ocean.

    So...
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    Although we were still in the EU we never signed...

    Although we were still in the EU we never signed up to their 'approval and supply of medicines' protocol, or whatever it was called.
    No EU member had to sign up to it, although almost all of them...
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    As I understand it that would give a 'hard'...

    As I understand it that would give a 'hard' border between NI and Eire, leading to customs posts and all the rest of it.

    Which is what quite a lot of the brexit wrangling has been about trying to...
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    UK orders of Pfizer vaccine were coming through...

    UK orders of Pfizer vaccine were coming through the Channel Tunnel anyway.

    They've made the NI move simply as a 'backstop' to prevent the delivery route being changed if/when they block direct...
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    The EU have now approved the Astrazenica vaccine....

    The EU have now approved the Astrazenica vaccine.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/29/oxford-astrazeneca-covid-vaccine-full-approval-eu-regulator...
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    This new Novax one is an 'old style' vaccine...

    This new Novax one is an 'old style' vaccine rather than a RNA modifier.

    I see the German government are now saying they don't want the Astrazenica vaccine for their over 65's.
    And they have...
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    For anyone interested AgeUK have published some...

    For anyone interested AgeUK have published some vaccination/vaccine FAQ's:
    ...
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    SDP Gatway now closed.

    As from today (27th January 2021) the "SDP Gateway" that prevented new claims for UC is now closed, and so those with SDP can now make new claims for UC again.

    A 'SDP Transitional Element' will be...
  22. Benefit overpayment because your mum gives you groceries. (Holland).

    You think the DWP are bad?

    Following the recent Dutch scandal about child benefit it has emerged that a woman was told to pay back €7,000 by her local council because her mother had been giving...
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    We should be careful when discussing these...

    We should be careful when discussing these issues, I'm sure we don't want to be worrying others who may be reading.
    (I did write a much longer post, but then though about who may be reading it).
    ...
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    It's certainly a gamble, and one that Pfizer...

    It's certainly a gamble, and one that Pfizer don't want to make any comment about without further testing.

    That would/may normally be part of the optional phase 4 testing, which has not done...
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    What, a government employee not answering the...

    What, a government employee not answering the question that was asked but instead giving a long answer about something else in the hope of confusing the issue.

    How unusual.
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