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I thought to create this Topic, if anyone is interested in posting Anything and Everything related to Gov new implemented rules or anything documented that stinks of agenda that will eventually directly affect everyone's lives..

Anything within England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

 

*(https://www.gov.uk)* 

*(https://gov.wales)*

*(https://www.gov.scot)*

*(https://www.gov.ie/en/)*

 

So then we could perhaps start comparing, analising the patterns of 'Laws/Rules' between them.

And hopefuly somehow be ahead and help some who are possibly and likely not at all aware of what is coming etc etc..

*anything that is fairly recent and related to 'Just Being Implemented' or past plans taking effect from now on.*

 

Any suggestions, please!

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4 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

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that's incorrect because the NWO would encourage you to sleep with sheep. They want you engaging in any sexual conduct EXCEPT heterosexual coupling because that is what leads to reproduction and children

 

So expect the fake-left to campaign for your right to screw animals

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On 7/6/2021 at 1:15 PM, Simple Actions said:

I thought to create this Topic, if anyone is interested in posting Anything and Everything related to Gov new implemented rules or anything documented that stinks of agenda that will eventually directly affect everyone's lives..

 

So the biggy at the moment is the online harms bill going through parliament at the moment which would attack free speech online. It would basically give OFCOM the ability to fine online platforms for content they deem politically incorrect ie anything that challenges the official narrative

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13 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

So the biggy at the moment is the online harms bill going through parliament at the moment which would attack free speech online. It would basically give OFCOM the ability to fine online platforms for content they deem politically incorrect ie anything that challenges the official narrative

 

Yeah, lots of petrol to throw in the fire..

 

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I still remember my Great-grandfather saying:

 

''The world has gone mad...''

''Its not looking good...''

''You can't do anything well enough to make a change.....''

''The only way is a complete wipe out''

 

And this was back in 1985 days before he passed away.........he was 83.

And i was only 8 back then.......and those words stayed highlighted with me since.

 

Gotta cut the bad straight from the roots.

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9 hours ago, Simple Actions said:

 

I still remember my Great-grandfather saying:

 

''The world has gone mad...''

''Its not looking good...''

''You can't do anything well enough to make a change.....''

''The only way is a complete wipe out''

 

And this was back in 1985 days before he passed away.........he was 83.

And i was only 8 back then.......and those words stayed highlighted with me since.

 

Gotta cut the bad straight from the roots.

I have to say your grandfather had grate wisdom. the only solution to this is as your grandfather said " a complete wipe-out" we need to remove the PTB from all forms of control and if that means total eradication so be it!!!

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Another trickery tactics into manipulating society even further...

Also highlights some parts they are contradicting themselves..

 

Link: https://gov.wales/changes-keep-schools-safe-and-learners-learning

 

 

The Minister said:

By the end of September all adults in Wales will have been offered both vaccinations, providing greater protection for our education workforce. A growing body of evidence also shows that children and young people are more at harm from missing school than from covid.

Lots of young people I have spoken to have said that they don’t believe the current system is proportionate. They just want to be treated the same as everyone else – and that sounds fair to me.

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Compound semiconductor technology sector will be at the heart of the next industrial revolution – Economy Minister Vaughan Gething

 

https://gov.wales/compound-semiconductor-technology-sector-will-be-heart-next-industrial-revolution-economy-minister

 

This “next generation” technology shape our lives today and will improve our experiences of tomorrow – from electric vehicles, to face recognition in smart phones, and space applications.

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Not sure if this has been posted already....

 

Link to full press release: 

https://gov.wales/african-swine-fever-disease-contingency-plans-tested-through-uk-wide-exercise

African swine fever disease contingency plans tested through UK-wide exercise

 

 

A UK-wide exercise that simulates an outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) is taking place to test government contingency plans to contain and eliminate the disease in the event that it reached the UK.

ASF is a disease which affects pigs and wild boar and in recent years it has been circulating in parts of Asia and Africa, leading to the deaths of millions of pigs worldwide and causing significant disruption to the meat trade. The disease has also spread to parts of Eastern Europe through the movement of wild boar. Whilst there has never been an outbreak of ASF in the UK, the simulated exercise is an important part of testing the UK’s plans to prevent and respond to a potential future outbreak.

ASF poses no risk to human health as it only affects pigs and related animals. ASF spreads between animals, but the virus can also be transmitted through feeding infected meat to other animals. The government currently deems the risk of the virus being brought into the UK in animal products from affected countries, including from illegal imports, to be at ‘medium’ risk.

The exercise, which is named ‘Exercise Holly’, will see the Animal and Plant Health Agency, Defra, Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland (DAERA-NI) working together to test the government’s contingency plans to respond to a national outbreak of ASF, enabling teams from across the country to work together to assess the UK’s state of readiness to manage such an outbreak.

In a joint statement, the UK’s four Chief Veterinary Officers said:

The risk of African swine fever arriving in the UK is ever present and would have a devastating impact on our pigs and pig keepers if it ever reached our shores. We regularly test our contingency plans in this way to ensure that we are ready to respond to potential future disease outbreaks.

Everyone can do their bit to help stop animal diseases spreading to this country through simple actions such as not bringing any pork products back to the UK and disposing of leftovers and food waste in secure bins that wildlife cannot access.

The exercise will help improve the UK’s animal disease response capabilities through testing plans, instructions and the structures employed in managing an outbreak.

ASF poses no risk to human health as it only affects pigs and related animals. Everyone can help to stop the spread of ASF to the UK by doing the following:

  • if you have visited ASF-affected areas in Europe, or elsewhere in the world, you must not bring any pork or pork products back to the UK.
  • disposing of leftovers or food waste in secure bins that pigs or wildlife cannot access.
  • farmers, the public and members of the food industry should practise high biosecurity standards, including never feeding catering waste, kitchen scraps or meat products to pigs which is illegal and can spread the disease.

The Government continually monitors disease outbreaks around the world to assess whether there may be risks for the UK and takes action to limit the risk of the disease reaching our shores.

A lessons identified report will be published after the exercise, with any improvements implemented to strengthen our national contingency plans.

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This makes me vomit!

 

The Welsh Government is encouraging employers to do all they can to support their workforce to get vaccinated

 

Vaccination saves lives'':new toolkit to help employers encourage employees to get COVID-19 vaccine''....

It is not going to end!....

 

https://gov.wales/vaccination-saves-lives-new-toolkit-help-employers-encourage-employees-get-covid-19-vaccine

 

A new toolkit is today being launched to support businesses and organisations to help their workers get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Wales has some of the best vaccination rates in the world - incredible progress has been made over the last seven months as more than three-quarters of adults have completed the two-dose course.

Vaccination has helped to weakened the link between coronavirus infections and serious illness and hospital admissions. But there is a risk that more people could fall seriously ill if rates of vaccination do not increase further as the delta variant continues to spread in Wales and the rest of the UK.

Ministers have said that it is never too late to take up the offer of vaccination in Wales.

In an effort to increase vaccination rates even further, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething and Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, are today launching a new toolkit to support employers.

It encourages them to:

  • Be as flexible as possible when it’s time for staff to have a vaccine, this could include giving employees paid time off work to attend their appointments for both vaccine doses
  • Use the campaign resources provided by the Welsh Government to run an awareness campaign in their organisation and provide employees with access to reliable and accurate information about the vaccine
  • Share the Q&A document and expert advice videos to explain the vaccine and answer common questions employees may have
  • Urge staff to be cautious about misinformation and encourage them to use trusted sources like phw.nhs.wales if they are searching for information or answers to questions about the vaccine
  • Create employee vaccine champions by encouraging staff to discuss their experiences and share information with colleagues, family and friends

Economy Minister Vaughan Gething said:

Vaccines are the way out of this pandemic. They’re helping to protect people from serious illness and helping us all return to a more normal life. For the vaccine to be as effective as possible, it is really important that as many people as possible have it.

We are urging employers in Wales to encourage their employees to be vaccinated. Businesses and organisations play a vital role in helping to promote a positive vaccination message and helping to make sure workplaces are safe and employees are protected.

Only through a collective effort will we encourage as many people as possible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Health Minister Eluned Morgan said:

The COVID-19 vaccine programme is the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history. It has already saved thousands of lives.

People who are vaccinated are far less likely to get seriously ill, be admitted to hospital or die from this awful virus.

Our message is clear – join the millions already vaccinated. Together we’ll keep Wales safe.

Joanna Swash, Group CEO of Wrexham-based Moneypenny.com said:

We are extremely supportive of the Welsh Government’s approach to the COVID-19 vaccination programme and the safety and wellbeing of our employees is always our number one priority.  

We have over 900 people in our HQ in Wrexham and we have actively encouraged our teams to get vaccinated by allowing them time off to make appointments for their vaccination.  We believe it is in everyone’s interests that we are vaccinated as a community so we can all play our part in helping to control the transmission of this virus.

Jacki Simpson, VP People Operations at Asda said:

At Asda the safety of our colleagues and customers has been paramount throughout the pandemic, and as key workers our colleagues have been on the frontline of feeding the nation. With the rollout of the national vaccination programme we have continued to support our colleagues through our specific vaccination policy which gives guidance and information to our colleagues and leadership teams.

We have also increased our existing entitlement for paid time off for all our colleagues to allow them to attend their vaccine appointments, as well as ensuring paid leave following their vaccine for any colleague who needs it.

Through our regular communications to colleagues we have signposted and encouraged them to review the official information sources such as the NHS and government websites so that they can make their own, properly informed decision about the vaccine.

Even after having the COVID-19 vaccine, it’s essential everyone continues to do the small things to protect themselves and the vulnerable. This includes washing hands regularly, social distancing, wearing a face covering in indoor settings where required, meeting people outdoors, keeping rooms well ventilated if you need to be indoors, and getting a COVID-19 test if you suspect you have symptoms.

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