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  1. If that's true, the saddest thing about it is...

    If that's true, the saddest thing about it is that I'm not remotely surprised.
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    Poll: Of course, and they should have that right. ...

    Of course, and they should have that right.

    Didn't really address my questions though. What do you think?
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    Poll: Also, for those that support domestic passports,...

    Also, for those that support domestic passports, should they be nationalised or privatised?

    Do we pay for them via tax and let big government do it, or do we establish and grow (thus new jobs and...
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    Poll: Agree with all of this. But if these are the...

    Agree with all of this.

    But if these are the reasons then we should have had vaccine passports to enter shops, schools, football grounds, hair dressers and other's homes decades ago, surely?
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    Poll: Putting the civil liberties question aside, why...

    Putting the civil liberties question aside, why are they medically justified if everyone who wants to be vaccinated has been vaccinated?
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    Poll: Can somebody make a compelling case for the...

    Can somebody make a compelling case for the reason for vaccine passports, other than for international travel, if everyone who wants to be vaccinated has been vaccinated?

    I can't see it.
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  7. I agree. Coming back to the report then, I...

    I agree.

    Coming back to the report then, I guess the big question then is is an institution racist (or is there institutionalised racism) if it allows names on CVs?

    I'm not sure it does.
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  8. :up: I honestly don't know. I'm not sure I...

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    I honestly don't know. I'm not sure I could say either way.


    I don't think they should, no. I'd be perfectly happy to have nameless CVs; although I guess the argument against that...
  9. I've reviewed hundreds of CVs and interviewed...

    I've reviewed hundreds of CVs and interviewed more candidates than I can remember. I've never been concerned by my ability to pronounce somebody's name. It's never been a reason to reject somebody....
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    It's teething problems. The businesses were...

    It's teething problems.

    The businesses were weak and failing anyway.

    It's compounded by the pandemic.

    It was never about making trade easier with the EU, so this is an expected issue that...
  11. Cool - thanks. So, the issue of names on CVs...

    Cool - thanks.

    So, the issue of names on CVs comes up a lot in this debate. Under that definition could it be argued that by allowing names on CVs an organisation is failing to provide an...
  12. Is there a commonly used and agreed upon...

    Is there a commonly used and agreed upon definition of the terms 'institutional' and 'systematic' in the context of racism?

    It doesn't surprise me that there are racist people. It does surprise me...
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    I dunno. I guess we should show some compasion...

    I dunno.

    I guess we should show some compasion and empathy. I think a large part of the EU's problems with AZN has been that we were, as our PM said yesterday, "greedy". Great for us. Bad for...
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    It seems like a horrible bit of legislation....

    It seems like a horrible bit of legislation. We'll no longer be able to protest if we annoy someone or make "too much" noise.

    Tell me one protest, ever, that hasn't seriously annoyed at least one...
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    We need to be trading less with states further...

    We need to be trading less with states further away, and more with states closer to us.
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    Interesting, thanks.

    Interesting, thanks.
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    I've been told in the last few days (by friends...

    I've been told in the last few days (by friends and family, and not experts) a couple of interesting things. I don't know whether they are true, so I'll ask here.

    1. If you have a bad reaction to...
  18. Thread: covid-19

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    Is 76% good? Anyone know what happens in week...

    Is 76% good?

    Anyone know what happens in week 13?
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    1356245157671301123 Wow - Italy are doing pretty...

    1356245157671301123
    Wow - Italy are doing pretty well.
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    When this is over, if other countries have a...

    When this is over, if other countries have a higher death toll and worse economic impact than us, it'll not change the fact that the long list of UK government failures is a bigger scandal than the...
  21. Thread: covid-19

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    No. Generally speaking we made a long list of...

    No. Generally speaking we made a long list of failures resulting in one of the highest death counts and worse economic hits in the world.

    You can thank our aggressive vaccine strategy on nothing...
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    No. I'm not suggesting other countries haven't...

    No. I'm not suggesting other countries haven't failed either. That's equally scandalous.

    You don't have to explain that people die in a pandemic. You're being a bit extreme and silly to suggest...
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    Nope. Our death toll, and the long list of UK...

    Nope. Our death toll, and the long list of UK government failures during this pandemic is a far, far bigger scandal.
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    The bigger scandal is the UK death toll tbh.

    The bigger scandal is the UK death toll tbh.
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    Yes mistakes happen. Of course they do. What...

    Yes mistakes happen. Of course they do. What really matters though is that our public servants are brave and moral enough to admit them, rectify them and put measures in place to prevent them...
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