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If you have rainwater catchment facilities and the space these are great if you can pick them up locally for around 50 quid,and given the way its pissng down where i live i could fill one in a day

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/284000302136?hash=item421fbcb438:g:ODUAAOSwubRfUlsA

 

Look for foodsafe ibc/1000 litre containers ,many food compnaies get ingredients in them and are looking to get rid of a surplus they accumulate

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25 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

😔 mmn yah but wherever you go, things are fluctuating still.....

I think I will have to refuse and if I can't buy food, so be it then. I will have to die on the street so that people can film me and it will be uploaded on to tube. It's just an entertainment buddy.

Guerilla shopping will become en vogue soon ;-)

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2 hours ago, SimonTV said:

High court judge served notice of liability 

 

https://gab.com/udnshot/posts/107010408011840548

 


Fair Play to them.

But it baffles me to think that people actually still believe this can be sorted out via the courts and legal systems. We no longer live in a democracy or under any recognizable legal jurisdiction, as the entire system has been bought out and was only ever an illusion anyway.

There's only one way we can regain our freedoms and or any hope for our childrens future, and I'm sure I don't need to spell out what that entails.

 

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UK vaccine passports may well come to pass this year.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/proposal-for-mandatory-covid-certification-in-a-plan-b-scenario/proposal-for-mandatory-covid-certification-in-a-plan-b-scenario

 

Yesterday

 

Proposal for mandatory COVID certification in a Plan B scenario

Published 27 September 2021

Context

Under Plan B, in certain settings:

  • mandatory vaccine-only certification could be introduced for all visitors aged 18 or over

  • members of the workforce aged 18 or over in these settings could then be required to test regularly, if they are not fully vaccinated

This would mean that adult visitors would need to be fully vaccinated to access the settings in which certification is required. There would be a small number of exemptions for medical reasons and for those on clinical trials. In order to allow workforce participation in these settings, government proposes that the unvaccinated adult workforce in certified settings would be required to undergo regular testing. The government will further explore this proposal with relevant stakeholders.

 

The government intends to take a proportionate approach, balancing the impact on public health with the economic and social impacts. The policy would be focussed on settings where crowds mix and come into close contact. Mandating vaccine-only certification could allow settings that have experienced long periods of closure to remain open, and is preferable to closing venues entirely or reimposing capacity caps or social distancing.

If introduced, the government expects that mandatory vaccine-only certification would be introduced for the following venues and events:

  • all nightclubs and other venues open after 1am with alcohol, music and dancing

  • indoor events with 500 or more attendees where those attendees are likely to stand and mix to a significant degree, or move around during the event, such as music venues or large receptions

  • outdoor, crowded settings with 4,000 or more attendees where those attendees are likely to stand, or move around during the event, such as outdoor festivals

  • any settings with 10,000 or more attendees, such as large sports and music stadia

The government hopes that it would not be necessary to mandate vaccine certification more widely than these settings, though as the Autumn and Winter Plan explained this cannot be entirely ruled out.

 

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

UK vaccine passports may well come to pass this year.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/proposal-for-mandatory-covid-certification-in-a-plan-b-scenario/proposal-for-mandatory-covid-certification-in-a-plan-b-scenario

 

Yesterday

 

Proposal for mandatory COVID certification in a Plan B scenario

Published 27 September 2021

Context

Under Plan B, in certain settings:

  • mandatory vaccine-only certification could be introduced for all visitors aged 18 or over

  • members of the workforce aged 18 or over in these settings could then be required to test regularly, if they are not fully vaccinated

This would mean that adult visitors would need to be fully vaccinated to access the settings in which certification is required. There would be a small number of exemptions for medical reasons and for those on clinical trials. In order to allow workforce participation in these settings, government proposes that the unvaccinated adult workforce in certified settings would be required to undergo regular testing. The government will further explore this proposal with relevant stakeholders.

 

The government intends to take a proportionate approach, balancing the impact on public health with the economic and social impacts. The policy would be focussed on settings where crowds mix and come into close contact. Mandating vaccine-only certification could allow settings that have experienced long periods of closure to remain open, and is preferable to closing venues entirely or reimposing capacity caps or social distancing.

If introduced, the government expects that mandatory vaccine-only certification would be introduced for the following venues and events:

  • all nightclubs and other venues open after 1am with alcohol, music and dancing

  • indoor events with 500 or more attendees where those attendees are likely to stand and mix to a significant degree, or move around during the event, such as music venues or large receptions

  • outdoor, crowded settings with 4,000 or more attendees where those attendees are likely to stand, or move around during the event, such as outdoor festivals

  • any settings with 10,000 or more attendees, such as large sports and music stadia

The government hopes that it would not be necessary to mandate vaccine certification more widely than these settings, though as the Autumn and Winter Plan explained this cannot be entirely ruled out.

 

Nicola Sturgeon has delayed the start of legal enforcement of Scotland’s new vaccine passports by 17 days after a backlash from nightclub and venue owners.

 

The first minister’s concession comes after the nightclub industry launched legal action against the rules, which force customers at venues and large sports and music events to prove they have had both Covid vaccinations or are exempt.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/sep/28/scotland-delays-vaccine-passports-after-backlash-from-nightclubs

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Two of the best videos re the bs I’ve seen, imo.

 

‘The real cause of Covid-19’ – not a virus

 

https://davidicke.com/2021/09/28/the-real-cause-of-covid-19-not-a-virus/

 

 

Social media is the new electronic Auschwitz concentration camp of the 21st century

https://davidicke.com/2021/09/28/social-media-is-the-new-electronic-auschwitz-concentration-camps-of-the-21st-century/

 

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39 minutes ago, Velma said:

Nicola Sturgeon has delayed the start of legal enforcement of Scotland’s new vaccine passports by 17 days after a backlash from nightclub and venue owners.

 

The first minister’s concession comes after the nightclub industry launched legal action against the rules, which force customers at venues and large sports and music events to prove they have had both Covid vaccinations or are exempt.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/sep/28/scotland-delays-vaccine-passports-after-backlash-from-nightclubs

 

I should have said English vaccine passports may come to pass because you Scots are probably ahead

in this cruel game!

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