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  1. As usual you don't answer the questions put to you because you're too thick to recognise your own mind-numbingly gross non-sequiturs.
  2. Haha! maybe they should ensure that the needle for the vaccine leaves behind a pattern of 12 stars in a circle.
  3. You may not be immune to the virus but you certainly seem immune to the evidence. Could you explain why we should believe you rather than the Chief Executive of the MHRA, Dr June Raine? "But when she was asked at a 10 Downing Street press conference whether Brexit had made any difference to the speed at which the MHRA was able to work, Dr Raine stressed the fact that the regulator is still working under the terms of EU law. “We have been able to authorise the supply of this vaccine using provisions under European law which exist until 1 January,” she said. “Our speed, or our progress, has been totally dependent on the availability of data in our rolling review and the rigorous assessment and independent advice we have received. “So I hope that clarifies the point about the European relationship." Coronavirus: Regulator rejects Matt Hancock’s claim that UK got vaccine first because of Brexit (msn.com) And I'm afraid you are totally wrong in the preposterous claim that: "The EU will not start checking the vaccine data until January (IDS on Talksport) due to their schlerotic bureaucracy" Not only have they been reviewing the data contemporaneously with the on-going research as the MHRA have done, they plan to approve the vaccines on December 29th. EU plans vaccines as regulator sets approval deadline (medicalxpress.com) "European countries were on Tuesday given a clear timeframe for the start of their vaccination programmes after the bloc's medicines regulator said it would decide by December 29 whether to grant emergency approval for the first COVID-19 jabs." According to your claims that means the approval of the vaccines will come at least 3 days before they even begin reviewing the data. A somewhat unusual ordering of the scientific process don't you think? Perhaps you would be better served getting your news from a respected news site rather than from the rabid Brexiteer IDS speaking on Talksport.
  4. Who to believe? Desperate Brexiteer looking for at least one positive from the Brexsh*ite fiasco? Or the Chief Executive of the MHRA who approved the vaccine? That's a toughie! Covid vaccine: German ambassador to UK rejects ministers’ claims Pfizer approval is win for Britain (msn.com) "However, Dr June Raine, chief executive of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) which approved the vaccine, contradicted Mr Hancock’s claims. Speaking at a Downing Street press conference, Dr Raine made clear that the MHRA were working under EU rules and procedures and were not able to go any faster because of Brexit."
  5. And just how do you know this link is safe? Do you know the owner personally? please explain! ("Warning, don't go to links, NO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY THEY ARE" )
  6. Diaper Don has a message to anyone under the illusion he would just fizzle into obscurity. Mind you, I suspect subsequent lawsuits might interrupt his plans somewhat. Donald Trump tells supporters he might run for president in 2024 (msn.com) "Donald Trump suggested he might run again for president in 2024 as he hosted a crowded holiday reception at the White House on Tuesday evening that appeared to break coronavirus rules. The president told a crowd of Republican National Committee members that he could make another bid for the White House, his strongest comments on seeking another term since he lost the election to Joe Biden. "It's been an amazing four years," Mr Trump told the crowd. "We're trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I'll see you in four years."
  7. I'm seriously concerned that you don't have the ability to read and understand what people say. Where does he "criticise" the approval of the vaccine? and where does he display "envy"? Indeed! he does the very opposite.
  8. LOL ...You have simply overlooked that there is no proof whatsoever that this is to do with red-tape. Maybe the MHRA have greater expertise, maybe lower standards. The list goes on of possible explanations. The USA is not a part of the EU as far as I know (do you know differently?), nor are huge numbers of other countries in the world, yet we have still become the first country to approve a vaccine. So your putative causal connection to Brexit and the release from "EU bureaucracy" is utterly spurious. Comprendez??
  9. Sorry Mr Moy! Nothing to do with Brexit: "The MHRA was given power to approve the vaccine by the government under special regulations before 1 January, when it will become fully responsible for medicines authorisation in the UK after Brexit." Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine approved for use in UK to be rolled out next week (msn.com)
  10. Hahaha! I think we know the answer to that. And it's pointless him reading it anyway because he doesn't understand a thing (least of all his own posts).
  11. So, no voter fraud found in the 40 odd cases brought forward by Trump's Adams Family Legal team. But wait! I t looks like we might have a real case of post-election crimminal behaviour: US Justice Dept investigating potential White House 'pay-for-pardon' scheme (msn.com) "US Justice Dept investigating potential White House 'pay-for-pardon' scheme" The U.S. Justice Department is investigating a potential crime related to funneling money to the White House in exchange for a presidential pardon, according to court documents unsealed in federal court. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell on Tuesday released a heavily redacted order that described what she called a "bribery-for-pardon" investigation. It said federal prosecutors in Washington said they had obtained evidence of a bribery scheme in which someone "would offer a substantial political contribution in exchange for a presidential pardon or reprieve of sentence."
  12. There are now more nails than wood in his F*ing coffin. Mind you, I doubt he's had wood for a long time now.
  13. Covid UK news: Over 50 Tory MPs rebel as Commons approves tougher tier restrictions for England (msn.com) Johnson removed the whip from Tory MPs who voted against his Brexit bill, but will not remove it from the 55 who voted against his new Covid measures. So he proves yet again that he is a hypocrite and wimp when it comes to the rabid right of his party of chancers. Tory whip removed: The 21 Conservative MPs who voted against Boris Johnson's government | London Evening Standard | Evening Standard Tory Covid tier rebels ‘will not have whip removed’ as Boris Johnson considers more help for pubs and bars | Evening Standard .
  14. FFS you said: "Warning, don't go to links, NO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY THEY ARE" Do you not understand your own words?
  15. Guess which "traitor" is next in line to be sacked by Diaper Don?
  16. This is what YOU said dumbo!: "Warning, don't go to links, NO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY THEY ARE it can take you anywhere !" Your words not mine. And regarding the claim that my links are unsafe, do point out which ones those are. You continue to display your utter stupidity with these ridiculous contradictory comments.
  17. Why are you posting links when you told us we should NEVER open them?
  18. with a bit of luck they screw each other up.
  19. Ironically, it was the only goal I ever scored.
  20. Right!!! I once had my right foot cut clean off by a runaway mower (A Suffolk Punch as it happens). I picked it up, tucked it down the back of my shorts, carried on and won us the game 1-0 curling in a 30 yarder with the bloodied stump. After the game I successfully stapled my foot back on with my trusty Stanley staple gun. Beat that!
  21. Melania Trump unveils White House Christmas decorations for the last time (msn.com)
  22. Hahaha! If only it was that interesting!
  23. horsefly

    Debenhams

    It's healthy for the economy and society to check out how companies treat their workers, if they pay their taxes, then buy from them.
  24. horsefly

    Debenhams

    Meanwhile Amazon mops up all the trade and pays virtually no tax. I have never bought from those crooks and I hope many more will begin to boycott companies like this and support the highstreet stores.
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