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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev0909 View Post


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    What a bunch of wankers running the country

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    Spurs v brighton not going ahead
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    No one knows fuck all. Far too much could, possibly and projected deaths on the news.

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    When plan B doesn't work and we hit the middle of winter / christmas is over with

    Anything is possible, 3rd lockdown here we come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev0909 View Post
    When plan B doesn't work and we hit the middle of winter / christmas is over with

    Anything is possible, 3rd lockdown here we come.
    A mate of mines dad was a undertaker and he always said after Christmas was his busy period 🤣🤣
    As for a lockdown it all comes down too money .can they afford to be paying people to sit on their hole for weeks on end again ?

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    With it appearing to be far less fatal (in fact I donít think anyone has actually died of the Omicron strain) I donít think we will want to afford it Ian.

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    Well there's already more restrictions around Europe, not quite lockdown yet though, even germany have reduced fans because of it.

    It's all about how the hospitals/ NHS handle things I think.

    I wouldn't want to guess what happens next when it really does kick off spread wise, and plan B fails like every plan Big boris does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miller0863 View Post
    With it appearing to be far less fatal (in fact I donít think anyone has actually died of the Omicron strain) I donít think we will want to afford it Ian.
    It's the scaremongering that's affecting my teenage girls and elderly parents. I'd love someone to say that they'll come back in the new year and say weather they were right what they said in the middle of Dec.
    No one is ever made accountable.

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    Nope they are not. Media scaremongering can have a terrible affect. Remember how they caused the recent fuel shortage?

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    Yeah 10s of thounds went out and panic bought the petrol and then there was a fuel shortage
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