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Not the snappiest phrase they have come up with so far
current seems to be:

leave home, forget the NHS, save Pret
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return to work, wear a mask, stay away from old people
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return to work, wear a mask, stay away from old people
Can't old people stay away from everyone else?
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I miss those days :moon:
I love ur avatar omg
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Pandemic Pub names:

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The Half-full House

The Princess and the PPE

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Cummings Instinct

The Barnard Castle

The Social Bubble

Coach and Virus

The Bell Curve

The Frog and Furlough

Rishi's Rest

Hancock's Half Hour

The Swan Off

The Cross Fingers

The Tracing Tavern

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The Symptoms Return

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It's quite comical, I heard it on the radio and the presenter repeated the "don't kill your gran" bit. :lol: I thought they were kind of unfairly blaming young people but they had a young woman on and she sounded as daft as a brush, so I'm not too surprised. She said she hadn't seen her boyfriend for all of 3 WEEKS and then they started going on socially distanced walks together and was like "well how long do they expect us to socially isolate for? It's not good for mental health, we're social creatures". :rolleyes: Has she forgotten about the internet?
I know not all young people are like her though, but she didn't put the rest of the young people in a good light.

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Both of them live in different countries so that sounds doable. Challenge accepted Hancock.
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Is he not familiar with the phrase 'practice what you preach'? Especially given his government have largely ignored their own restrictions.
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Just reading that headline was eyebrow raising. But Matt Hancock needs to do better. Putting the blame on others during the first wave is not professional
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Just reading that headline was eyebrow raising. But Matt Hancock needs to do better. Putting the blame on others during the first wave is not professional
He n Bozza are talking about the second wave, the yout' wave.
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Kind of fresh, this, coming from a Government that killed thousands of grannies with its terrible handling of the pandemic in care homes. This Government is very good at blaming different groups of people for its mistakes. Here, the problem with the rise in infection rates isn't with young people. It's mostly likely the result of the Government having relaxed lockdown rules a couple of months ago.
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