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Tony Pratt 103/11/2020 17:22:43
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NO ONE will ever know the truth of it. I'm going to stop reading these type of threads the same as I now don't listen to my local radio, everyone's an expert & the media keep stirring the pot, this Covid is a gift for them which keeps giving ad naseum.

Tony

Oldiron03/11/2020 17:25:59
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Posted by old mart on 02/11/2020 19:22:00:

The govenment might have given a bit longer notice, a fortnight would have been sensible.

Sorry to disagree with that statement. That is a another 2 weeks of partying mingling etc and chances of spreading the virus even more.

regards

Howard Lewis05/12/2020 12:40:08
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When drawing up a risk assessment it may be useful to analyse the figures declared by Government. Once translated into percentages, there is a much clearer vision of the risks involved.

In my view, we are repairing a car after a crash, which would not have happened if the brakes had been fixed first of all. But that is only the view of a retired Quality Engineer., so may not be valid, in the eyes of some.

Howard

blowlamp05/12/2020 13:10:23
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Posted by V8Eng on 05/12/2020 12:23:12:

HaHa yes but it does say Library Pictures on there

Edited By V8Eng on 05/12/2020 12:24:00

Edited By V8Eng on 05/12/2020 12:24:38

 

Oh gosh, I hope the BBC haven't misrepresented Boris & Ursula on today's (05/12/2020) BBC Breakfast, by showing them seemingly not adhering to the Hands, Face, Space rules!

 

Stay in bubble, keep apart, be safe! rainbow

 

Edited By blowlamp on 05/12/2020 13:25:01

old mart05/12/2020 15:57:57
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Posted by Oldiron on 03/11/2020 17:25:59:
Posted by old mart on 02/11/2020 19:22:00:

The govenment might have given a bit longer notice, a fortnight would have been sensible.

Sorry to disagree with that statement. That is a another 2 weeks of partying mingling etc and chances of spreading the virus even more.

regards

Rather slow in replying to this reply, but what I meant was that the government could have announced earlier than they did before the original end date for the lockdown. I did not mean that the date be extended.

Michael Gilligan12/01/2021 17:52:33
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This seems the best thread in which to post this ‘interesting’ graphic from the Telegraph:

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Keep away from people !!

MichaelG.

br12/01/2021 18:05:33
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Keep away from people --- as says MichaelG

Excellent advice.

Exactly what we are doing .

We feel this not going to go away this year .

br

Anthony Knights13/01/2021 08:54:57
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Tony Wright 113/01/2021 10:22:15
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Just go to the workshop ,shut the door relax and enjoy your model engineering . 😁

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