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  1. Time Left: 6 days and 23 hours

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    Looking for a non suspension mountain bike with 26" wheels around £25/30. Nothing fancy, just a bog standard steel bike Anything considered. Can collect. Thank you.

    £25.00

  2. To be fair, I think many will not have been aware that these were available to be purchased until the recent news. I certainly wasn't. I always thought they were specialist equipment used by the medical profession.
  3. I don't know if this is a different report. 'The Health Service Journal (HSJ) reported that the number of doses sent to GPs in both areas - which have the highest vaccination rates among over-80s - could be halved from next week'. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-55755529 There must be a shortage. I thought the government had ordered millions of doses. That is what we were told.
  4. Maybe, but that's for another thread really.
  5. I think the part where the guy explained the various effects of increasing wages was the relevant part. 'Workers in up market restaurants could then afford to eat in those restaurants themselves' Workers at Ford were then able to afford to buy the cars they were making' Greater earnings equals more tax revenues. Many gained.
  6. This sort of trend could be a start. Every mountain climbed starts with a small step. However, allowing 10 years to implement seems way too much time. 'Unilever has said that by 2030 it will refuse to do business with any firm that does not pay at least a living wage or income to its staff. It said it wanted to raise wages for people outside its own workforce in order to promote economic inclusion'. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-55735108
  7. I've just spoke with travel line service. I was told it is basically going to be like a Saturday service, so not too bad.
  8. Is this, and organisations like them the wrong direction Anna? https://swp.org.uk/
  9. That is also a good idea Jane, thank you. A good 'ice breaker' for strangers to engage with each other.
  10. Silenced: The untold story of how disabled people fought back against decades of fear and prejudice.
  11. @Anna B Let us assume that all that has been posted about neoliberalism on this thread is true and correct without any doubt. I have a question in reference to you saying "It will be too late by the time we wake up and realise ", or words to that effect. If all those opposing the regime wanted to start now and collectively to do something to combat this regime of neoliberalism, what would you feel we should be doing? Please elabotate if possible. Genuine question.
  12. They are predicting up to 70mm (2.75in) of rain to fall within 48 hours in the worst-hit areas. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-55703965
  13. I was not aware of the subject, as you are Anna. Hence why I asked the question about whether the subject had received TV coverage,meaning in any capacity-documentary or otherwise.? You know much more than me about this. I did wonder why you have not posted about this long ago. It would appear that the inception of the subject matter/ideology goes back quite some time? What is also a little surprising is the apparent lack of posts from others. It does seen quite an interesting subject that could potentially affect a great many people in various ways. A breath of fresh air from the long running mega threads.
  14. Here is the Wiki page on the subject. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoliberalism
  15. @Anna B Has there been programmes on TV from Panorama for example?
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