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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2021 5:47 pm 
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I don't think he's a fool nor a liar, he's simply cut from the same piece of Cloth as every other politician....He's a Word Twister.


He told blatant lies when riding around in the red bus.


Both sides in the argument told lies in their Brexit campaigns, But that RED BUS was not the decider.


He didn’t lie then, he told the truth as he saw it.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2021 6:05 pm 
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I feel most restrictions will go after May 17th, then all by June 21st.

However I suspect folks will have to be tested to go to large events or on holiday for most of the year.

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I feel most restrictions will go after May 17th, then all by June 21st.

However I suspect folks will have to be tested to go to large events or on holiday for most of the year.

This testing to go to large events or even holidays. You have to pay large sums of money to go and then a test conducted the day or two days before could mean that you can no long go. What happens to your money that you paid for the tickets?

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What happens to your money that you paid for the tickets?

Nothing if you don't buy the ticket in the first place.

Anyone with any sense must realise it will not be open all hours for large events, tests or passports will be required.

If not by the gov then by the firms insuring the events.

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What happens to your money that you paid for the tickets?

Nothing if you don't buy the ticket in the first place.

Anyone with any sense must realise it will not be open all hours for large events, tests or passports will be required.

If not by the gov then by the firms insuring the events.


It would appear that insurance companies do not want to insure large events, the Great North Run looks as though it is going to be cancelled as the organisers cannot get insurance to cover the event.


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