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1 minute ago, ar55 said:

Is this not all pointless?

 

The UK Government has openly stated the parents have no say, so I can’t see how this would stand up in court.

 

 

 

It is meant to give them a notice of liability, so that if a child dies, they can't claim that they didn't know the risks. With everyone having complete immunity from liability due to health damage from the vaccines thanks to the government, it is still to be determined whether a notice of liability will in fact make them liable. 

 

One thing is quite funny, if you want to commit a murder, inject someone with too much covid vaccine and you have complete immunity from prosecution. hahahaha

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26 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Is this not all pointless?

 

The UK Government has openly stated the parents have no say, so I can’t see how this would stand up in court.

 

 

It may be pointless from a legal pespective especially given the stitched up judiciary and legal system as a whole but it may also cause certain heads of schools to stop and re evaluate the actions they are about to commence

If thats the case it ceases to be pointless and is doing a job long overdue

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47 minutes ago, ar55 said:

Is this not all pointless?

 

The UK Government has openly stated the parents have no say, so I can’t see how this would stand up in court.

 

 

Just because they say it, does not negate the law of the land.

 

God's Law is above all else and these demons will face their waterloo soon enough no doubt if they continue on this evil path...

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2 hours ago, Sit down, Waldo said:

Found out my 10 year old nephew is spending his school week outside. Lessons have been ditched for building dens, treasure hunts, sports...anything team building or activity related basically.

 

Apparently the kids haven't just fallen miles behind where they'd be expected to be at this age, their focus & ability to learn has slipped significantly & they're not showing any signs of snapping out of it...& it's been noted they're not socialising properly either.

 

Not sure if this kind of thing is happening elsewhere. Think it's a roll of the dice by the school tbh.

 

We'll never be able to measure the real damage this shit storm has caused.

I remember before the schools went back in England the news was running interviews with teachers at primary schools, they were saying as they didn't have much in terms of ventilation they would be trying to do as much learning outside. They never said what kind of learning but I presume as with everything if your in a good area you'll be getting taught what is required, if your in a more lower end place your kids will do not much learning but plenty silly games.

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28 minutes ago, Looney tune said:

I remember before the schools went back in England the news was running interviews with teachers at primary schools, they were saying as they didn't have much in terms of ventilation they would be trying to do as much learning outside. They never said what kind of learning but I presume as with everything if your in a good area you'll be getting taught what is required, if your in a more lower end place your kids will do not much learning but plenty silly games.

Don't knock those silly games,they are whats been missing for years never mind covid,let the little sods free in the woods with matches and knives they'll learn more that way ( and i was in the woods with matches and knives when i was about 6 or 7 and learnt how to melt down lead and cast it in the top of a brick to augment the pocket money i didnt get)

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37 minutes ago, Looney tune said:

I remember before the schools went back in England the news was running interviews with teachers at primary schools co, they were saying as they didn't have much in terms of ventilation they would be trying to do as much learning outside.

 

Can't imagine they'll be doing much learning outside come winter.🥶

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Just heard of brilliant idea:

 

here in Switzerland Restaurants (Indoor dining) is only allowed if you have covid pass (3G rule Tested ,Jabbed or if you had covid)

 

I  work as a landscape Gardener (used to be a Chef) well at the moment the weather is good so you can still eat outside without restrictions but with autunm  and winter comming ! workers like me who work outside would love to have hot meal when its cold and wet outside.

 

I heard from a woman who used to work in Catering but is now housewife with kids she hears from lots of construction workers who say they are thinking of getting the jab because of the restrictions.

 

Well heres her idea !!

 

why not cook for workers at home  (of course for a fee to cver cost and her time)

 

if lots of people who could do this did it ;

it would be win  win for all

 

 

 

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52 minutes ago, Frankieboy said:

Just heard of brilliant idea:

 

here in Switzerland Restaurants (Indoor dining) is only allowed if you have covid pass (3G rule Tested ,Jabbed or if you had covid)

 

I  work as a landscape Gardener (used to be a Chef) well at the moment the weather is good so you can still eat outside without restrictions but with autunm  and winter comming ! workers like me who work outside would love to have hot meal when its cold and wet outside.

 

I heard from a woman who used to work in Catering but is now housewife with kids she hears from lots of construction workers who say they are thinking of getting the jab because of the restrictions.

 

Well heres her idea !!

 

why not cook for workers at home  (of course for a fee to cver cost and her time)

 

if lots of people who could do this did it ;

it would be win  win for all

 

 

 

This is a great idea, But with all the strange people around,Im not sure i would trust a stranger to cook a meal for me. Saying that i do go to restaurants for takeaways and i dont know them so yeh maybe.

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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Don't knock those silly games,they are whats been missing for years never mind covid,let the little sods free in the woods with matches and knives they'll learn more that way ( and i was in the woods with matches and knives when i was about 6 or 7 and learnt how to melt down lead and cast it in the top of a brick to augment the pocket money i didnt get)

I get there's alot to playing more, but there deliberately not teaching them the basic skills and with what sit down Waldo is suggesting there not really interacting with one another. It's just more isolotion. There not even being given the knives and matches to have fun

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