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Agent Orange

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    Minister of Death

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  1. Have the government cut the transport system or is it a case of transport companies doing that? People are responsible for their own actions. Yes, the government can give directions and advise, they can even enforce a lockdown, but at the end of the day, they cannot stop people being idiots. You really do have a boner for this government, don't you? Instead of slating them on an online forum, why not put the laptop away and convert that negative energy doing something positive i.e. volunteering for the NHS or helping vulnerable people in your community
  2. Some hospitals are already operating a similar testing system. Not sure if this is limited to individual Trusts or if it's a countrywide thing.
  3. The government have said time and again that there are no shortages and that the public should shop as normal. So, how have they caused this panic?
  4. How could they ever plan for something like this? Do you just expect them to magic stock, staff and resources out of thin air?
  5. Avoided how? So, you are suggesting that the government should have enforced some sort self isolated for the entire population regardless?
  6. Just because they have not left anything to the family doesn't necessarily mean a lack of planning. It might be they chose not to leave anything to the family.
  7. No they are not. They are not making medical decisions at all so stop being such a drama llama. All they are doing is signposting you to the relevant healthcare professional/service based on the information you give. Your choice, but don't expect to get anywhere quick with that kind of attitude.
  8. Nothing. Everything, whether good or bad, happens for a reason. Instead, I would rather concentrate my energy doing all the good stuff from now until death.
  9. Surely, you would just wait inside the station and venture out once your lift arrives? The big issue with the current design is that it's totally inadequate. The bay has a low capacity (8 or so cars) so unless this is either re-designed or enforcement is applied (probably by the installation of barriers similar to those that operate at Manchester Airport) then it will always be a major issue.
  10. It really isn't that important so I will give it a miss.
  11. Anyone got a pic of it so we can judge for ourselves without having to wander down the Moor?
  12. I suppose it's easy to make that call when it's not going to lose you thousands of pounds.
  13. Probably the safest place to be in that area. The flood barriers should keep the water away. Even if they were allowed out, where would they go? The roads are either flooded or at a standstill with traffic.
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