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7 minutes ago, Billy Corgan's Ego said:

The difference in the number of new cases between England an Scotland is getting starker by the day. There were 5 new cases in Scotland today (been between 5-15 everyday for a couple of weeks) but over 1000 in England again. Even taking into account the size differential between the countries, that is a HUGE difference!! The virus barely exists in the general community up here now.

I went to the beach in Edinburgh and it was busy, but nothing like the scenes in Bournemouth and other parts of England. It will be interesting to see the trajectory between the nations over the coming months!

 

Have to quarantine anyone coming in from England.

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11 minutes ago, zahidf said:

Ha ha ha ha 

 

 

What nonsense, he’s doing the best of any Labour Opp leader since Blair. He’s regularly showing up Johnson in the Commons and I believe slowly winning back support. If they got rid of him they wouldn’t win an election for another generation. 

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13 minutes ago, Ozanne said:

What nonsense, he’s doing the best of any Labour Opp leader since Blair. He’s regularly showing up Johnson in the Commons and I believe slowly winning back support. If they got rid of him they wouldn’t win an election for another generation. 

The "socialists" on that side would take years of Tory rule over a centre based Labout government I think 😔

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GET HIM JOE 

 

"If Donald Trump doesn't choose to end his senseless crusade against health coverage," @JoeBiden says, "I look forward to ending it for him.

 

.@JoeBiden lambasts President Trump: "He’s like a child who can’t believe this has happened to him. All his whining and self-pity. Well this pandemic didn’t happen to him. It happened to all of us. And his job isn’t to whine about it, his job is to do something about it."

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11 minutes ago, efcfanwirral said:

The "socialists" on that side would take years of Tory rule over a centre based Labout government I think 😔

It’s madness, as Starmer isn’t even a centrist. He’s just not a raving Socialist. They won’t do anything anyway, if he continues to perform and the party is winning support then they won’t. 

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What the minority hard left need to realise is that Starmer's strong leadership here is what the majority of current and potential Labour voters will be impressed with. He's trying to get the party back in power and get the Tories out. Good on him for the strong and decisive move.

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7 minutes ago, zahidf said:

Loooolllll

 

 

 

Talk about not having your finger on the pulse. Agree with many of their politics but not their approach. If they control the party we'll have the Tories forever. It's incredibly low IQ.

Edit: quick glance through the replies and seems like that's the consensus as well. 

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Labour are on such thin ice with the anti-semitism stuff as it is. RLB is fucking stupid for doing that and should know better. Momentum want to protect her because she is a last gasp of Corbynism, don’t be fooled that it’s for ANY other reason.

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10 minutes ago, Matt42 said:

Labour are on such thin ice with the anti-semitism stuff as it is. RLB is fucking stupid for doing that and should know better. Momentum want to protect her because she is a last gasp of Corbynism, don’t be fooled that it’s for ANY other reason.

Absolutely agree, she is just foolish to retweet that given the constant furore over anti-Semitism sure JC's rein. Hope was to move on and become a much more considerate party in that regard, and now she's screwed that up she had to go

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5 hours ago, sedra said:

As someone who can walk to Bournemouth beach from my house I am staying in my garden! Yesterday people were parking all over the shop - blocking driveways, parking on pavements, blocking the cars from getting off the sandbanks ferry , jumping off the pier into the sea ( people have been injured doing this before) , not social distancing, camping overnight on the beach, gathering in groups up to 50 people, leaving broken glass and hot bbq’s on the sand and the council had to clear 33tons of rubbish. The the whole area was gridlocked, 11 mile queues and 100’s on the trains. So more than a bit of litter! 
 

Brighton calling, and yes, totally yes, and loose dogs, do you have the loose dogs fashion over there in Poshbeach - sorry, I mean Bournemouth?

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6 hours ago, stuartbert two hats said:

I don't get all the hand wringing this time.  The press conferences are over, we're going to be allowed to the pub next weekend.  Sure, the crowds aren't ideal, but each individual has gone on their own.  

I was considering going to the beach this week (admittedly a much bigger, less popular) one. Has anyone actually broken a rule, other than littering?

I don't even know if they have broken any law. I think it's a disjointed response in the area to deal with the crowds - disjointed at a national level on opening up again. I'm biased because I'm isolating still, but I'm thinking it's a load of frustrated people who want to get outside again (don't blame them, but how to be safe?), versus businesses who are wondering how they're going to take customers in safely, and carry on trading. The breweries and pubs I follow in Leeds aren't opening on July 4th.

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