I think you may have missed the point of my post.
I get how it works, I'd be looking for the person making the initial claim to back it up before responding. As I said, it's just argument by assertion otherwise.I think you may have missed the point of my post.
It is also up to those who want to claim it is not to prove it and enunciate their reasons and proof clearly.
Another variation of big boys did it and ran away. We all know where the buck stops. Don't we? It wasn't the NHS who moved my local testing centre to make way for a lorry park was it? And if you care to look closesly you may notice something.BoJo is currently like the curates egg - good in parts.
Brexit he's played a blinder on - and looks fair to drag us out of the EU on terms that are fairly good for the UK.
Covid, he's making a mess of because he seems unable to grasp a number of points:
Time for BoJo to fire a lot of his advisors and rely on common sense - not medical 'experts'.
- The key thing is to get people to take responsibility for their own actions - which most people will if they can see the government has a sensible exit strategy
- The precise strategy you follow doesn't matter - the main thing is that people follow a sensible set of rules. Sweden, which didn't go into lockdown and carried on 'business as normal', actually has a lower death rate than many countries that used strict lock down measures.
- Hence, there is no need for another lockdown. What is needed is for the government to set out a simple, easy to understand Covid 19 mitigation strategy - and then penalise people and businesses that blatantly flout it.
- I went on a pub crawl on Friday. Al the pubs were observing sensible precautions and so were we. Don't penalise legitimate businesses taking reasonable precautions - take aim at the ones that aren't.
- His medical advisors are covering their own backsides - they'll advise precautions for a worst case scenario. Then if BoJo does less, they'll claim it's all BoJo's fault. Time to also realise his advisors are not taking major factors like the needs of the economy into account,
- The economy matters - at all costs it must be kept going, even if it results in higher Covid 19 deaths. See above re sensible rules. There is no need to clamp down on businesses if they follow those rules. I have a simple remedy if a business doesn't follow the rules - I don't buy from them. Businesses that operate in an unsafe manner will soon find they have no customers.
- Bring the army in to boost testing. As the Telegraph pointed out, they built the Nightingale hospitals rapidly and without problems while the NHS was floundering around with incompetent leadership.
- And prioritise testing. I follow sensible precautions, work from home and should be low priority. NHS workers, supermarket staff, care home workers and so on who are exposed to far more people should be tested as a priority.
Absolutely agree, but I'm still waiting for the backing up of the viewpoint with reasons!Basic debating procedure, as learned at school: one side puts forward a viewpoint on a given subject, backed up with reasons for. The other side argues against the proposition, giving their reasons for opposition.
The groundlings listen to both sides, then make up their minds which side they are going to vote for, based on the arguments they have heard.
Sure?I think you need to be looking at the National Institute for Health Protection on this one.
They did see a rise in cases. I reported that very planning assumption (derived from a conversation with my Cabinet Office son in law) a number of weeks ago.
And where does it say that it is not NHS? Far from it, your link (I assume you have read it?) continues, repeatedly, to refer to it as the NHS Test Track and Trace system.Yeah....
New chair of coronavirus ‘test and trace’ programme appointed
Notice the head and name of the program
So she's telling lies then?They did see a rise in cases. I reported that very planning assumption (derived from a conversation with my Cabinet Office son in law) a number of weeks ago.
You're full time on here mate.
How about you actually earn your coin and do the right thing by your employer.
Typical sh1t attempt at obfuscation there.
You have absolutely no idea when and in what circumstances I post on here do you. 8400 posts in 16 years. Keep guessing, it’s obviously bothering you.
Was it the NHS who moved the local testing centre to replace it with a lorry park then? The government has its "Moonshot" sticky little fingers all over this. As you well know.And where does it say that it is not NHS? Far from it, your link (I assume you have read it?) continues, repeatedly, to refer to it as the NHS Test Track and Trace system.
Further to the above I also reported some weeks ago a growing split with the NHS HQ. The formation of an entity to sit atop the NHS in relation to Test Track and Trace should not come as a surprise to anyone with a brace of braincells to rub together.
Shit attempt at obfuscation? You're the one who said that they knew. Aren't you? Did they or didn't they?Typical sh1t attempt at obfuscation there.
Is or is it not the case that the Test Track and Trace system is the responsibility of the NHS?
Actually don't bother to answer. Its like chatting with a scotch block*
*Google it. You google everything else
You have absolutely no idea when and in what circumstances I post on here do you.