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Marvin Morgan dead at 38: Tragedy as ex-Football League star who quit after twice collapsing on pitch then became fashion designer to the stars dies - as Chelsea and Aston Villa players lead tributes

  • Former Football League striker Marvin Morgan died at the age of just 38
  • Tributes flooded in from the world of football for the popular former player
  • Outside of football, Morgan had a thriving clothing company, 'Fresh Ego Kid'
  • Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wore it 
  • Aston Villa's Ashley Young was among those left 'lost for words' at the news
  • West Ham midfielder Declan Rice was 'totally shocked' to hear about Morgan 

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline and Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter

Published: 13:27 GMT, 6 December 2021 | Updated: 15:50 GMT, 6 December 2021

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-10280145/Marvin-Morgan-Chelseas-Romelu-Lukaku-leads-tributes-brother-death-aged-38.html

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1 hour ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

Good news!!

Omicron is so infectious all social distancing is left worthless.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10280173/Double-vaxxed-traveller-catches-Omicron-Covid-inside-Hong-Kong-quarantine-hotel.html

Time to give up all measures!

 

Infact the only thing that will stop this spreading is to place every citizen in a hermetically sealed pod with its own oxygen supply and a neural interface to keep them happy in the metaverse!

 

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20 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

Like athletes weight lifters also been dropping dead

 

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Mind you, that's not so unusual. n the days when  was a bodybuilder, a guy who trained at our gym died on the plane on the way to compete in the Junior Mr Universe (that was the under 21s)

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25 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

Infact the only thing that will stop this spreading is to place every citizen in a hermetically sealed pod with its own oxygen supply and a neural interface to keep them happy in the metaverse!

 

I am confident that it will go away as soon as people stop taking the PCR tests.

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4 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

Didn't he dress up as a doctor when he went to the hospital last year? I could have sworn we had a similar conversation with Boris dressed up in something else. I wonder if he is choosing his own clothes at this point.

He's like Mr Benn ...a cartoon from the 70's (perhaps earlier) where this strange fella in a bowler hat went into  a strange shop and got 'dressed up' ....that about sums him up

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3 hours ago, Sexpistol50 said:

Boris Johnson is the new Mr Ben , 

Here he is turning up at a dawn raid 🤣 looking like a Flump 

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You have a fine mind sir i hadn't seen your post....i work backwards from the latest (weird way of catching up i know...but i t works) ...we came to the same conclusion !!!

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Evidence is insufficient to back mandatory NHS staff vaccination, says House of Lords committee

A House of Lords committee has raised several concerns about the proposed legislation to make vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 mandatory for all NHS staff in England, particularly whether the benefits of vaccinating the remaining 8% of NHS workers were proportionate and how the NHS would cope with losing the 5.4% who don’t want to be vaccinated.1

The Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee said that the government’s plans had not been thoroughly thought through, leaving the House of Lords unable to scrutinise the proposed legislation.

On 9 November England’s health and social care secretary, Sajid Javid, announced that all staff who work in health and social care settings regulated by the Care Quality Commission will have to be fully vaccinated by 1 April 2022.2 “We must avoid preventable harm and protect patients in the NHS, protect colleagues in the NHS, and protect the NHS itself,” he said.

But in a report published on 30 November the committee said that the benefit of increasing the protection from vaccinating staff who had not yet taken up offers of the jab “may be marginal” and that the government had failed to publish any contingency plans on how it would cope with the loss of staff who do not want the vaccine.

The report said that of the 208 000 NHS staff who weren’t currently vaccinated 54 000 (26%) would take up the vaccine under the law and 126 000 (61%) would leave their jobs.

“Given the legislation is anticipated to cause £270m in additional recruitment and training costs and major disruption to the health and care provision at the end of the grace period, very strong evidence should be provided to support this policy choice. DHSC [Department for Health and Social Care] has not provided such evidence,” it said.

The committee also criticised the department for failing to include in the legislation practical detail about how expressions such as “face to face” or “otherwise engaged” would be applied, referring instead to guidance to be produced in the future.

The committee’s chair, Robin Hodgson, said, “We fully support high levels of vaccination, but DHSC is accountable to parliament for its decisions and needs to give us a clear statement of the effect of these regulations, the effect of doing nothing, and any other solutions considered, so parliament fully understands all the consequences of what it is being asked to agree to. This is particularly important when the NHS is already under such pressure.

“DHSC has provided no single coherent statement to explain and justify its intended policy, and this undermines the ability of the House to undertake effective scrutiny of the proposed legislation.”

https://www.bmj.com/content/375/bmj.n2957

 

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1 minute ago, dewin said:

Evidence is insufficient to back mandatory NHS staff vaccination, says House of Lords committee

A House of Lords committee has raised several concerns about the proposed legislation to make vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 mandatory for all NHS staff in England, particularly whether the benefits of vaccinating the remaining 8% of NHS workers were proportionate and how the NHS would cope with losing the 5.4% who don’t want to be vaccinated.1

The Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee said that the government’s plans had not been thoroughly thought through, leaving the House of Lords unable to scrutinise the proposed legislation.

On 9 November England’s health and social care secretary, Sajid Javid, announced that all staff who work in health and social care settings regulated by the Care Quality Commission will have to be fully vaccinated by 1 April 2022.2 “We must avoid preventable harm and protect patients in the NHS, protect colleagues in the NHS, and protect the NHS itself,” he said.

But in a report published on 30 November the committee said that the benefit of increasing the protection from vaccinating staff who had not yet taken up offers of the jab “may be marginal” and that the government had failed to publish any contingency plans on how it would cope with the loss of staff who do not want the vaccine.

The report said that of the 208 000 NHS staff who weren’t currently vaccinated 54 000 (26%) would take up the vaccine under the law and 126 000 (61%) would leave their jobs.

“Given the legislation is anticipated to cause £270m in additional recruitment and training costs and major disruption to the health and care provision at the end of the grace period, very strong evidence should be provided to support this policy choice. DHSC [Department for Health and Social Care] has not provided such evidence,” it said.

The committee also criticised the department for failing to include in the legislation practical detail about how expressions such as “face to face” or “otherwise engaged” would be applied, referring instead to guidance to be produced in the future.

The committee’s chair, Robin Hodgson, said, “We fully support high levels of vaccination, but DHSC is accountable to parliament for its decisions and needs to give us a clear statement of the effect of these regulations, the effect of doing nothing, and any other solutions considered, so parliament fully understands all the consequences of what it is being asked to agree to. This is particularly important when the NHS is already under such pressure.

“DHSC has provided no single coherent statement to explain and justify its intended policy, and this undermines the ability of the House to undertake effective scrutiny of the proposed legislation.”

https://www.bmj.com/content/375/bmj.n2957

 

All well and good but how does that fat ittle kinderegg fuckwit javid know that theres going to be a need for vaccinations on the 1st of april 2022 ?

I use the term 'vaccination' most advisedly and hope he gets run over by an hgv...detest the little baldy ovoid shaped cnut

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7 hours ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Thats bollocks....i've experienced having the oxygen and carbon dioxide replaced with another gas TWICE totally by accident...your fucking blood boils ....you feel as if you are on fire inside.....and how the fuck would they know ? ....they resussing people that changed their mind ?....bullets are cheaper

Well I won't be buying one of those then. Thanks.

Be sure to submit a customer review on Amazon, won't ya?

 

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