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Heake

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    It's being trialled I think one of the reasons supply has been low is that we've been stockpiling Pfizer to ensure most (if not all) of those vaccinated with Pfizer will be able to get the second dose. If there is genuine concern about AZ in Europe we should just offer £5 a dose to take whatever they don't want. Had my jab on Thursday and was told they weren’t compatible (you needed to match the second jab) I felt Ill most of Friday so I’m not looking forward to the second one. Well worth it mind
  2. You’ll need some engines to get that lot off the ground
  3. Seems to be entirely consistent with his account of events. The PL keep asking questions that the Bidders can’t provide (according to the EPL) sufficient answers to in order for them to make a decision. Given that they were (we’re led to understand) provided with details of the structure of the consortium when the bid was sent for approval months ago, It seems questionable whether they’ll ever achieve enough clarity to make a decision either way or more cynically, are simply trying to engineer a situation that will enable them to “legitimately” reject it. Surely it’s inconceivable to imagi
  4. Seems to be entirely consistent with his account of events. The PL keep asking questions that the Bidders can’t provide (according to the EPL) sufficient answers to in order for them to make a decision. Given that they were (we’re led to understand) provided with details of the structure of the consortium when the bid was sent for approval months ago, It seems questionable whether they’ll ever achieve enough clarity to make a decision either way or more cynically, are simply trying to engineer a situation that will enable them to “legitimately” reject it. Surely it’s inconceivable to imagi
  5. £50 from Start fitness. Big mikes got his cock out for £65
  6. Are you seriously suggesting that, by not voting Labour, I`m complicit in the potential persecution of millions of workers?? Fucking hell!! that's a tad hard line isn't it? by that rationale the majority of the country would be, by default, complicit. I assumed your vote was going to be for the Tories, apologies if that's not the case. Allowing them to push their deal through will have the same effect though, of course. Why do you think they've taken worker's rights out of the legally binding text? The likes of Patel and Raab have devoted their entire political lives to removing the righ
  7. Are you seriously suggesting that, by not voting Labour, I`m complicit in the potential persecution of millions of workers?? Fucking hell!! that's a tad hard line isn't it? by that rationale the majority of the country would be, by default, complicit.
  8. Sorry, Wullie, I get you. Regardless of the reasons why each of us placed our "X" where they did, there was a question, a vote & an outcome. Whatever my ideal vision of our relationship with Europe is, the result should have been executed by Parliament. I remain quite flexible on what I consider would be a reasonable outcome, as long as it within the context of not being part of the EU. If there was an outcome as clear as you are making out we wouldn't be where we are now. Please don't tell me your arguing that the vote didn't have a conclusive outcome?
  9. If you're including the Lib Dems & SNP in that, then I`m sorry mate, I`m absolutely fucking furious with them & anyone else who`s motives are not to engage in trying to achieve a collective vision for our departure but to change the course of the result. I take on your comments about the Torys but their intransigence is teeing up a Tory landslide in the next election & itll be no less than they deserve. I`ve voted Labour all my life, not this time though. Where are they going to get the seats for a landslide? Genuine question. The population is comfortably for remaining
  10. Giving people the right to vote is an insult to democracy? OK, got it …If you consider that demanding another vote on the basis of not accepting the outcome of an initial vote, potentially Ad infinitum or until it yields a result your happy with is "democracy", then I guess we`ll have to disagree on the definition of "Democracy" No as it wouldn't, or at least shouldn't contain the flawed question from the first referendum. I'd go with a vote on the deal and if that's voted down , a further vote on no deal or remain Did you vote in the first referendum? Yes. Would you be
  11. If you're including the Lib Dems & SNP in that, then I`m sorry mate, I`m absolutely fucking furious with them & anyone else who`s motives are not to engage in trying to achieve a collective vision for our departure but to change the course of the result. I take on your comments about the Torys but their intransigence is teeing up a Tory landslide in the next election & itll be no less than they deserve. I`ve voted Labour all my life, not this time though.
  12. Sorry, Wullie, I get you. Regardless of the reasons why each of us placed our "X" where they did, there was a question, a vote & an outcome. Whatever my ideal vision of our relationship with Europe is, the result should have been executed by Parliament. I remain quite flexible on what I consider would be a reasonable outcome, as long as it within the context of not being part of the EU.
  13. Giving people the right to vote is an insult to democracy? OK, got it …If you consider that demanding another vote on the basis of not accepting the outcome of an initial vote, potentially Ad infinitum or until it yields a result your happy with is "democracy", then I guess we`ll have to disagree on the definition of "Democracy" No as it wouldn't, or at least shouldn't contain the flawed question from the first referendum. I'd go with a vote on the deal and if that's voted down , a further vote on no deal or remain Did you vote in the first referendum? Yes. Would you be
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