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9 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Illegal migrants' vaccine amnesty: Up to 1.3million are urged to register with a GP for a Covid-19 jab in drive for herd immunity... and they'll face no action from the Home Office
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9234581/Illegal-migrants-vaccine-amnesty-1-3million-urged-register-GP-Covid-19-jab.html

 

1.3 million. Damn.

 

I thought something was going on in the channel last summer and Farage was right.

 

Apparently between 1 and 1.5 million migrants crossed over in that short space of time. :classic_huh:

 

 

One imagines those that fled government oppression and those who saw the treatment some of the "Windrush"  people received will take their chances with the virus.

 

 

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1 minute ago, serpentine said:

 

I thought something was going on in the channel last summer and Farage was right.

 

Apparently between 1 and 1.5 million migrants crossed over in that short space of time. :classic_huh:

 

 

One imagines those that fled government oppression and those who saw the treatment some of the "Windrush"  people received will take their chances with the virus.

 

 

 

Johnson keeps moving the boundaries of how much I can hate someone. Absolute traitor.

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1 hour ago, bradlaw said:

Ghost Erza on GAB said he was executed after tribunal. Another rock spider. Check out his page, as he seems to have inside information. 

I had a google, but couldn't find anything. I am unsure who Ghost Erza or GAB is, but the search brought up gaming info only.

Do you have a link I could use?

 

(Fs realised I called searching "google". See my brain at this time in the morning...nae good!)

 

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7 hours ago, factJack said:

Thank you!

 

Aah, I had never heard of Gab before, but I do like the idea so I've signed up :)

 

That's worrying he was executed! I wonder if to be famous, you have a price to pay at some point?

 

Some folk mentioned Gematria which I am still trying to wrap my head around..I think I get the basics, but then again there seems to be a lot of complexities involved. 

I think it could be a very useful tool once I understand it.

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https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1706005

 

Just seen this job posted...

 

Location

Abbey Wood, Bristol

About the job

Summary

This is a genuinely exciting time to join the Ministry of Defence if you want to be at the heart of real Defence issues. You will get to work on a high profile and distinctive portfolio which is rarely out of the news, and have a unique insight into the fascinating world of nuclear.

Established in April 2016, the Defence Nuclear Organisation (DNO) was set up to oversee all aspects of nuclear business within the MOD; responsible for all submarines (from buying them through to disposal when they reach the end of their life), nuclear warheads, skills, related infrastructure and day-to-day nuclear policy. DNO consists of the people, equipment and infrastructure required to successfully deter the most extreme threats to our national security and way of life.

Within DNO, the Warhead Directorate leads the UK nuclear warhead programme which provides a stockpile of reliable, safe and effective nuclear warheads to support the UK’s strategic nuclear deterrent now and in the future.

The Warhead Directorate has staff based in MOD Main Building, MOD Abbey Wood (Bristol), Aldermaston (Reading) and HM Naval Base Clyde (Scotland). This post will be based in MOD Abbey Wood (Bristol). Candidates are advised that currently there is no public transport available to the Aldermaston site.
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1 hour ago, Fluke said:

https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/jobs.cgi?jcode=1706005

 

Just seen this job posted...

Within DNO, the Warhead Directorate leads the UK nuclear warhead programme which provides a stockpile of reliable, safe and effective nuclear warheads to support the UK’s strategic nuclear deterrent now and in the future.

 

sounds like the perfect job for a dual national. Ideally someone with an israeli passport or perhaps from a country that has a history with britain that might lead to the harbouring of a simmering resentment towards british people as a whole due to some perceived historic greivance...i'm sure that would work out really well

 

also if they produce some porn on the side in their spare time, made within their military base that they then post online then they'd be perfect for the modern british navy

 

you just can't be too lax these days...who wants a secure and safe country anyway?!!!

Royal Navy lieutenant 'is caught shooting X-rated videos with her leading seaman boyfriend at top secret nuclear submarine base'

  • Claire Jenkins, 29, is a Royal Navy lieutenant on a secret nuclear submarine base
  • However, she also lives a double life as Only Fans sec videos model Cally Taylor 
  • Some clips are inside Faslane nuclear submarine HQ, HMNB Clyde near Glasgow
  • Furious Navy bosses have now launched an investigation over the porn videos 

By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline

Published: 00:27, 8 February 2021 | Updated: 08:24, 8 February 2021

A Royal Navy lieutenant has been caught shooting x-rated videos with her leading seaman boyfriend at a top secret nuclear submarine base. 

Claire Jenkins, 29, who uses the name Cally Taylor, makes several movies inside the Faslane nuclear submarine HQ, HMNB Clyde, near Glasgow

Furious bosses have launched an investigation over the 'porn to order' videos which Lt Jenkins sells on Only Fans. 

She regularly posts explicit footage with her lover, Leading Seaman Liam Doddington, also based at HMNB Clyde.  

There are even fears that the couple could be blackmailed by foreign agents. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9234623/Royal-Navy-lieutenant-caught-shooting-X-rated-videos-secret-nuclear-submarine-base.html

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Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH) NHS Trust has become the first in the country to adopt a ‘gender inclusive language policy’ where ‘gender-neutral language’ will be used alongside the ‘language of womanhood.’

 

The department in Brighton – which has one of the highest proportions of LGBTQ+ people in the country – has been renamed ‘Perinatal Services.’

 

Under the changes, staff are being encouraged to use terms like ‘woman or person’ and ‘mother or birthing parent’ instead of just ‘woman’ or ‘mother.’ Rather than ‘breastfeeding’, staff are recommended to use the word ‘chestfeeding’ and instead of ‘breastmilk’, staff should say ‘human milk’, ‘breast/chest milk’ or ‘milk from the feeding mother or parent.’ ‘Parent or co parent’ is preferred to ‘father’.

 

Changes will be made to the trust’s leaflets, letters and emails to reflect the new language. Staff are also being told to use the terms at antenatal classes and other meetings where several parents are present. When addressing cis women individually, they can use ‘terminology that is meaningful and appropriate to the individual’ so the more traditional terms are not being banned outright.

 

A document which outlines the new policy said: ‘Gender identity can be a source of oppression and health inequality. We are consciously using the words “women” and “people” together to make it clear that we are committed to working on addressing health inequalities for all those who use our services.’ It added: ‘We also recognise that there is currently biological essentialism and transphobia present within elements of mainstream birth narratives and discourse. ‘We strive to protect our trans and non-binary service users and healthcare professionals from additional persecution as a consequence of terminology changes, recognising the significant impact this can have on psychological and emotional wellbeing.’

 

 

 

 

 

Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2021/02/10/brighton-midwives-told-to-say-chestfeeding-to-be-more-inclusive-14055419/?ico=related-posts?ito=cbshare

 

 

 

 

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https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-01-30/Nearly-5m-EU-citizens-apply-to-remain-in-UK-after-Brexit-XqqKBxtQ9W/index.html

 

Five million EU citizens have applied to stay in the UK permanently after Brexit

 

The 5m figure is interesting when you consider this December 2019 report (from the House Of Commons library, no less):

 

https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/sn06077/

 

The pertinent part being:

 

3.7 million EU nationals were living in the UK

 

Ha ha. There are no words. 

 

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Finns are the most pessimistic about Europe’s progress, reveals new survey
https://www.helsinkitimes.fi/finland/news-in-brief/18697-finns-are-the-most-pessimistic-about-europe-s-progress-reveals-new-survey.html

 

'Only 6 per cent of the Finnish population said that their estimation of the organisation has improved and 30 per cent indicated that Finland would be better off withdrawing from the union. 

 

Additionally, 45 per cent of Finnish respondents believe that the EU takes their opinions into account, while 55 per cent feel it does not. Over 50 per cent think that the European Parliament should play a smaller role in key decisions in the future.

 

Residents in Greece, Spain and France were also skeptical about the EU’s policies, while the Republic of Ireland registered the most positive response.'

 

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9 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Finns are the most pessimistic about Europe’s progress, reveals new survey
https://www.helsinkitimes.fi/finland/news-in-brief/18697-finns-are-the-most-pessimistic-about-europe-s-progress-reveals-new-survey.html

 

'Only 6 per cent of the Finnish population said that their estimation of the organisation has improved and 30 per cent indicated that Finland would be better off withdrawing from the union. 

 

Additionally, 45 per cent of Finnish respondents believe that the EU takes their opinions into account, while 55 per cent feel it does not. Over 50 per cent think that the European Parliament should play a smaller role in key decisions in the future.

 

Residents in Greece, Spain and France were also skeptical about the EU’s policies, while the Republic of Ireland registered the most positive response.'

 

 

I've been to Finland multiple times. Any negativity on anything doesn't surprise me. LOL. God damned depressing people just to be around. Beautiful nature though.

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