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  2. Why is Michael Gove now 'isolating' for a few days? All of these important people should have been isolated from the very start.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Boris has looked increasingly 'rough' in his isolated videos. I never saw the point in restricting NHS care to the PM from the moment he got ill. A PM should have had permanent monitoring. Due to his important status. But he may have had that. All of this is subject to 'spin' and 'secrecy' I think. Was he left to 'sweat it out' in his flat on his own? I doubt it.
  5. We've just had the grass cut twice in Churchill Gardens in just over a week. Obviously I will never complain about that.
  6. Over £13million in grant funding has been paid to help support local businesses during the Coronavirus outbreak, and a further £2.7million is currently being processed – with a further 320 payments being made today. Due to the pandemic, businesses are operating through a period of unprecedented economic uncertainty. The Government recently announced a package of business support, and Herefordshire Council has been working to identify local businesses that will be eligible for grant funding. There is no need for businesses to contact us. We will be in contact with you directly and will work with you throughout this time. We appreciate that emails asking for bank details may be concerning, so we can provide your property reference number if required or we can send you a cheque if you provide the payee name on the business account.Cllr Ellie Chowns, Cabinet Member for Environment, Economy and Skills, said:
  7. Breaking News: Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to intensive care after condition worsens. The prime minister was admitted to St Thomas' Hospital in London on Sunday night - 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus - after continuing to display symptoms of COVID-19. He was initially admitted "as a precaution" but Mr Johnson's health has since deteriorated, Number 10 said. The prime minister has now asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise for him "where necessary". A Number 10 spokesman said: "Over the course of this afternoon, the condition of the prime minister has worsened and, on the advice of his medical team, he has been moved to the intensive care unit at the hospital. "The prime minister has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who is the First Secretary of State, to deputise for him where necessary. "The prime minister is receiving excellent care, and thanks all NHS staff for their hard work and dedication." From Hereford Voice: Boris Johnson has given so much in such as short space of time to make this country a better, safer prosperous place. People of all political hues should be hoping and praying for his swift recovery. Stay strong Boris! You are one of our best Prime Ministers and your country and family need you sir!
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  9. A Dalek has been spotted patrolling the streets of a small village and ordering "all humans to self-isolate". In a video captured by amused residents, the Doctor Who villain passes through the deserted street while ordering people to comply with "the order of the Daleks". People across the UK have been urged by the government to stay at home and only leave the house for essential needs to help stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Video HERE
  10. A wonderful tribute to the NHS embossed into the Hereford FC pitch. See the clubs message from their Twitter page below;
  11. Herefordshire Council to re-open the Hillside Care Centre to support the NHS COVID-19 response Former rehabilitation unit at Redhill will reopen and will be used to support the NHS through the coronavirus outbreak A former Hereford rehabilitation centre will reopen to provide additional community services for the NHS and Herefordshire Council to use as part of the COVID-19 emergency response. The re-opening of the Hillside Care Centre is part of a strategic plan involving the council and other Herefordshire organisations to find suitable premises across the county. The 22 bed care unit will be made available to health and social care services with immediate effect to support during the coronavirus outbreak. Councillor Pauline Crockett, Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Wellbeing said: The council will continue to explore redevelopment options for Hillside with a view to creating a high quality care facility that focuses on specialised long term care for older members of the community who are living with aged related conditions, including individuals diagnosed with dementia in the future.
  12. Didn't the Nazis tattoo their concentration camp victims. There may be some idiots already sporting tattoos who think this will be one worth having. I suggest it is stamped on their foreheads in day glow ink. It won't be just your health record that is stored. All that data collected from your smart phone will be available when you are scanned by the security services when you are allowed back on the streets.
  13. I’ve come to the conclusion there’s a very good chance that the entire global population are being deliberately misled and that corporate supranational decisions were made long ago to quickly dismantle our past way of living and create a new world order. A new world that dismantles economies, politics and Nations and to be replaced by a way of living, trading and governing that’s completely new to humanity. To do this and succeed all they have to do is employ Goebellistic propaganda and get the population afraid. Like any species we are hard wired through hundreds of thousands of years of evolution to be afraid. It’s in our nature to be herded and be frightened of a threat. Tell the people often enough that they should be frightened and eventually everyone believes it. Indeed, like the recent threats aimed at the people, whether it’s Brexit, Climate Change or even Aids, Ebola and anything else that stirs the human base fears, we all react to it to a point where if you dare question the sincerity of the fear you’re branded a radical or a heretic. We simply do and think as we’re told. We can’t help it. Ask yourselves this. Only a couple of years ago a child from Sweden with some mental health issues suddenly decided to skip school every Friday because of her rational or irrational fear of global warming. Now, within only a short space of time, financially supported by huge corporate organisations, this youngster has become a global icon and has helped to create horrific mass fear and hysteria amongst millions of little children. Worse, adults and world leaders, keen to please the howling masses, just go along with the hysterical behaviour and make the socio phenomenon worse. How is it possible that plastic, a commodity that we’ve been using successfully for many decades with great economic benefits to modernity can suddenly turn into a material that we no longer want to use? The answer is we’ve all been subjected to a vast social engineering programme that’s succeeded in making everyone scared of anything associated with a fossil fuel.Is it possible that the supranational wealthy conglomerates have another agenda and are in possession of technological patents that require everything we once knew and took for granted to be destroyed, wiped away and replaced by a car engine that’s fuelled by water? They tell you that ‘weve’ done all this to save millions of lives. Yet, in years ahead, because there’ll be no money left to care for the sick and the vulnerable, millions of people across the globe are going to die anyway because we’re all fiscally knackered and skint. Don’t think for a moment that all this will be similar to 2008 or other past economic recessions. It won’t be. The consequences of this will be felt for decades to come. The NHS, your Pension and your life as you know it will never be the same again. Nothing you once held dear will survive the fallout of their decision to destroy our economy and take us all back to the post war years of the early fifties. I’m not for a single moment denying the severity of this Coronavirus. But, in the past we dealt with Diptheria, Tubercolis, Typhoid and a raft of other diseases that threatened our lives. Back then, we carried on, took the losses and advanced toward social and technological advancements. Now, today, it seems likely to me that ‘they’ might just want to turn the clock of modernity back, allow everything to be destroyed and start again from scratch.
  14. A farmer in Devon has created a huge a tribute to the NHS into a field in support of the healthcare workers on the frontline against COVID-19. Matthew Alford had the idea at the end of last week after seeing other farmers in the country showing their thanks and decided that Devon needed something to show how grateful we are. Matthew, from South Molton, said: "I saw a farmer that did something in the midlands and thought Devon should do their bit for what's going on and had a bit of inspiration." How nice is this!
  15. Virtual Tours: The British Museum. During this time when many people are staying at home, why not check out these virtual tours. We will publish a new virtual tour each day to keep you occupied while learning at the same time. British Museum Tour Here London's British Museum covers the history of cultures across the world. You can take a virtual walk through the museum at Google Arts & Culture, or take a look at this interactive timeline dating back to 2,000,000 BC, where you can select various artefacts that are housed in the museum and learn more about them through images, text and audio. Enjoy and share with your friends and family
  16. There has been some online chatter about the leaflets left on cars at Aylestone Park by the local cops. It's even made the HT. These leaflets say you 'entitled to exercise once daily'. They also say 'You should not be driving to a location away from home to carry this out'. Both of these statements are factually incorrect and I'm dumbfounded that some supervisor authorised this approach. This sort of 'inappropriate' enforcement has forced the College of Policing to rush out new guidance to the Police ~ some of whom quite clearly don't know what they're doing. The new guidance reminds the Police that you can't use checkpoints/roadblocks to stop vehicles under Coronavirus Regulations. They also remind Police that there is no limit to the number of times you can go out to exercise. They say that travelling a 'reasonable distance' to 'exercise' is allowed and should be left alone. Most importantly they have been told to enforce the 'law' as opposed to what they were doing which was to enforce the 'wishes' of Govt. Ministers' ~ which, of course, have no weight in law. The Guardian has an article which explains the new guidance here
  17. Sorry mate but my common sense does prevail - farmers are essential and their continued good health is essential
  18. Probably got better things to do than answer silly questions Covid19 - Public Footpaths - Common sense In any event such a question should properly be addressed to the Council who are the responsible authority
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  20. I contacted both Jesse Norman and Bill Wiggin regarding closing footpaths that run through farm land during this period. I had an acknowledgement from Wendy who I imagine is Jesse's PA Since then I have heard NOTHING from either Jesse and Bill. Disgraceful. Compare and contrast now and Election time. Have they both gone to ground or is Jesse using this time to write another book? People have long memories
  21. Don't know about you but I'm so bored I went outside & knocked on my door then came back inside and said 'Who is it'
  22. Glad we bought a Dyson now, well done to all the companies involved in making additional ventilators.
  23. This should be the norm for NHS staff without a doubt.
  24. All key workers play an important role and these shop workers should not have to put up with any abuse, I hope I don't witness any of this or I may have something to say. Keep up the good work guys we are all with you.
  25. Both my wife and daughter work in retail (b&q & home bargains) They get arsey customers at the best of times but getting these idiots shouting down your throat now is unacceptable.the abuse my wife gets on the phone is appalling.
  26. Keep up the fantastic work guys we love you all. Ignore the twats, you will always get them unfortunately
  27. Ignore the idiots Laura, you are valued and we need your guys right now more than ever, thank you for working and keeping the wheels of the country moving, we will beat this!
  28. Hang in there Laura ! Youre doing a fantastic job under extreme circumstances but don’t give up as I’m sure things will get better... Things will change I hope. the laws at the moment doesnt suit everyone but they shouldn’t be taking it out on you ! Mill come down tomorrow to tell a few people I think
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