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    It is British customs and immigration, not Scottish, that is why Sturgeon cannot do more on Scotland lockdown and who comes into Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat View Post
    It is British customs and immigration, not Scottish, that is why Sturgeon cannot do more on Scotland lockdown and who comes into Scotland.
    News says ScotGov..........
    Are u for the IndyRef Thingy? U can PM me....s

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    Oh er.... The 5th week on the trot that the number of deaths in England and Wales is below the 5 year average;

    https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulat...ding17july2020

    In Week 29, the number of deaths registered was 3.0% below the five-year average (270 deaths fewer), this is the fifth consecutive week that deaths have been below the five-year average; the number of deaths in care homes, hospitals and other communal establishments was also fewer than the five-year average, while the number of deaths in private homes was 766 higher than the five-year average.

    Deaths in care homes and hospitals again below the 5 year average, those in private homes above the 5 year average.

    This must be the deadliest pandemic on record. Less folk dying than usual. The official statistics are now really starting to undermine the myth of this virus.

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    This country is reaslly starting to lose the plot now, even In Westmister (though fortunately they are not as bad as Holyrood)

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53621613

    Coronavirus: Pubs 'may need to shut' to allow schools to reopen

    Did Professor Graham Medley actually give any thought to just how daft that is before he said it? Is he imagining pubs that fill up with schoolkids on their way home for a swift half or a prosecco? Is he envisaging that the teachers will be so stressed about having to work for 100% pay, instead of sitting about for 80%, that they will be flocking to pubs to ease their tensions?

    If they must do anything, then make it simple. No kids nor teachers allowed in pubs. Schools open, Pubs open. Simples.

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    Are the BBC now getting Diane Abbot to do their statistics for them?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-53622005

    Coronavirus: Cases rise by 18 in Scotland


    With the particular statement;

    "The tally of 18 new cases on Saturday accounts for 0.5% of the 15,382 tests carried out in the past 24 hours."

    Eh? Using the arithmetic I was taught at school, 18 is 0.12% of 15,382, not 0.5%

    Is it the BBC that's overstating the figures by at least a factor of 4, or the Scottish Government?

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