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  1. Doo Wop In Harlem - Prefab Sprout
  2. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Simon and Garfunkel
  3. Average of 49 people per annum in the UK struck by lightening. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/223811436_Deaths_and_injuries_caused_by_lightning_in_the_United_Kingdom_Analyses_of_two_databases
  4. You're right - it would appear we are limited to £120k compo for severe disability caused by the vaccine. https://theconversation.com/uk-citizens-get-less-legal-protection-for-covid-jabs-than-other-vaccines-and-that-could-undermine-confidence-151455
  5. In the very unlikely event of the results being bad, manafacturers are going to be sued to high heaven and back for criminal negligence.
  6. Hi Can you please provide a brief commentary on the story rather than just a link. Thanks.
  7. I don't think vaccination should be compulsory. If for example companies allow unvaccinated people onto their premises they may be failing in their duty of care they're obliged to give to all users of their premises.
  8. More like Boris being led by factions within the Tory party. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/aug/02/johnson-hints-amber-watchlist-travel-plan-may-be-ditched "Boris Johnson has ditched plans for tougher quarantine restrictions for some holidaymakers after days of chaos, as it emerged the chief of the Joint Biosecurity Centre that advises on travel rules has departed the job leaving it “rudderless”. After a revolt in the cabinet and a backlash from the travel industry, government sources said the prime minister would not be going ahead with proposals for a new “amber watchlist” to warn travellers which countries were at risk of turning red. Cabinet sources said the plans were killed off by the Treasury and Department for Transport, as ministers grow in confidence about the drop in cases, which fell to 21,052 on Monday."
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