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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Another point of view is that at the time Cummings took his family to Durham (27th March), the rest of us were obeying the rules that were in place at that time.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 1967Ram in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Another point of view is that at the time Cummings took his family to Durham (27th March), the rest of us were obeying the rules that were in place at that time.
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    uttoxram75 reacted to oldtimeram in Best Derby game you've ever been to?   
    That's where my milk went the next morning!!!
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 86 Schmokes & a Pancake in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Another point of view is that at the time Cummings took his family to Durham (27th March), the rest of us were obeying the rules that were in place at that time.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 1967Ram in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Agree to differ then jono.
    The government advice was to stay at home if you had symptoms. His wife had symptoms, they decided not to stay at home. They went against  the government guidelines at the time.
    As a person who was at the forefront of making government policy, he was attending the SAGE meetings and seems indispensable to Johnson, he should have been a beacon of responsibility, leading by example. He has the wealth and position of power to access far more help than the majority of people yet decided to completely ignore the very rules he was involved in setting.
    Some people have broken the rules because they don't have symptoms and are too thick to realise they could still spread it or catch it.
    Cummings knew himself and his wife had symptoms, he knew it was more than likely he had it through his close working relationship with Johnson and the other government ministers who had it, yet he drove the length of the country to his second home then traveled about once there.
    You mentioned Alistair Campbell, I agree he was evil and satanic, as was Thatchers spin doctor, Bernard Ingram, there's a long history of unelected, anti-democratic liars controlling our politicians unfortunately.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from jono in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Agree to differ then jono.
    The government advice was to stay at home if you had symptoms. His wife had symptoms, they decided not to stay at home. They went against  the government guidelines at the time.
    As a person who was at the forefront of making government policy, he was attending the SAGE meetings and seems indispensable to Johnson, he should have been a beacon of responsibility, leading by example. He has the wealth and position of power to access far more help than the majority of people yet decided to completely ignore the very rules he was involved in setting.
    Some people have broken the rules because they don't have symptoms and are too thick to realise they could still spread it or catch it.
    Cummings knew himself and his wife had symptoms, he knew it was more than likely he had it through his close working relationship with Johnson and the other government ministers who had it, yet he drove the length of the country to his second home then traveled about once there.
    You mentioned Alistair Campbell, I agree he was evil and satanic, as was Thatchers spin doctor, Bernard Ingram, there's a long history of unelected, anti-democratic liars controlling our politicians unfortunately.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Agree to differ then jono.
    The government advice was to stay at home if you had symptoms. His wife had symptoms, they decided not to stay at home. They went against  the government guidelines at the time.
    As a person who was at the forefront of making government policy, he was attending the SAGE meetings and seems indispensable to Johnson, he should have been a beacon of responsibility, leading by example. He has the wealth and position of power to access far more help than the majority of people yet decided to completely ignore the very rules he was involved in setting.
    Some people have broken the rules because they don't have symptoms and are too thick to realise they could still spread it or catch it.
    Cummings knew himself and his wife had symptoms, he knew it was more than likely he had it through his close working relationship with Johnson and the other government ministers who had it, yet he drove the length of the country to his second home then traveled about once there.
    You mentioned Alistair Campbell, I agree he was evil and satanic, as was Thatchers spin doctor, Bernard Ingram, there's a long history of unelected, anti-democratic liars controlling our politicians unfortunately.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Tbf, If it was just party political I don't think you'd have Tory MP's, Tory supporting newspapers and Tory voters giving it the attention they have.
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    uttoxram75 reacted to Eddie in Coronavirus   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52862440



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    uttoxram75 reacted to Angry Ram in Coronavirus   
    Sorry to hear that fella. I am struggling to keep us going but it’s hard. I need my customers back and spending but sadly they are delaying events till at least 2021 and scrubbing 2020 completely. We won’t be able to hang on that long sadly, so I fear I am delaying the inevitable. 
    I love my lot dearly and they have always been there for me. Feeling pretty helpless at the moment. 
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    uttoxram75 reacted to Mucker1884 in Nasa SpaceX set for historic launch   
    I name this arse, Arsey McArseface...

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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from TexasRam in Best Derby game you've ever been to?   
    Around 25-30 of us got an early train from Utch (maybe 10.00am, its a long time ago!)....there was already ex pat Rams fans on it from Stoke and the North West as well as a few Carlisle United fans. They'd lived the dream that season, promoted to the top division for the first time in their history, they were punching well above their weight and had a fantastic season. I seem to recall they actually led the league after a couple of games before slipping away - always had a soft spot for them from that day as the lads on our train were really nice and just having an end of season party at the League Champions.
    The whole day was surreal...a home match on a Saturday where you had already clinched the League on the previous Wednesday, it was a red hot sunny day, everybody was carrying packs of beer on the station, on the train and walking round town before heading up the Baseball Ground. 
    The Popside was absolutely jam-packed, scarves and flags everywhere, everyone knew the players were doing a lap of honour with the League trophy at the end of the match. Everyone knew we would be on the pitch after that....no mobile phones , no internet, yet everyone knew exactly what to do. Spontaneous orgasmic celebrations all the way through the match......non stop singing and jumping up and down....
    We partied all evening round town, singing our hearts out in the Market Place and St.Peters Street.
    What a day, what a party.
    Most of us missed the last train back home, we were a sorry, hungover bunch, sharing cigarettes on Midland station as we blagged our way onto the 5.00am Mail train to Utch.
    I have vague memories of us nicking bottles of milk on the way home from shop doorways to ease the hangovers.....
     
     
     
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 86 Schmokes & a Pancake in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Tbf, If it was just party political I don't think you'd have Tory MP's, Tory supporting newspapers and Tory voters giving it the attention they have.
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    uttoxram75 reacted to Anon in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Don't look at the politics thread.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from GboroRam in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Tbf, If it was just party political I don't think you'd have Tory MP's, Tory supporting newspapers and Tory voters giving it the attention they have.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from reverendo de duivel in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Tbf, If it was just party political I don't think you'd have Tory MP's, Tory supporting newspapers and Tory voters giving it the attention they have.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 1967Ram in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Tbf, If it was just party political I don't think you'd have Tory MP's, Tory supporting newspapers and Tory voters giving it the attention they have.
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from GboroRam in Coronavirus   
    I think Cummings has smashed the lockdown single handedly, its over, people will decide to do what they want to do now.
     
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from CWC1983 in Coronavirus   
    I think Cummings has smashed the lockdown single handedly, its over, people will decide to do what they want to do now.
     
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from ariotofmyown in Coronavirus   
    I think Cummings has smashed the lockdown single handedly, its over, people will decide to do what they want to do now.
     
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from AbuDerbyDave in Best Derby game you've ever been to?   
    Around 25-30 of us got an early train from Utch (maybe 10.00am, its a long time ago!)....there was already ex pat Rams fans on it from Stoke and the North West as well as a few Carlisle United fans. They'd lived the dream that season, promoted to the top division for the first time in their history, they were punching well above their weight and had a fantastic season. I seem to recall they actually led the league after a couple of games before slipping away - always had a soft spot for them from that day as the lads on our train were really nice and just having an end of season party at the League Champions.
    The whole day was surreal...a home match on a Saturday where you had already clinched the League on the previous Wednesday, it was a red hot sunny day, everybody was carrying packs of beer on the station, on the train and walking round town before heading up the Baseball Ground. 
    The Popside was absolutely jam-packed, scarves and flags everywhere, everyone knew the players were doing a lap of honour with the League trophy at the end of the match. Everyone knew we would be on the pitch after that....no mobile phones , no internet, yet everyone knew exactly what to do. Spontaneous orgasmic celebrations all the way through the match......non stop singing and jumping up and down....
    We partied all evening round town, singing our hearts out in the Market Place and St.Peters Street.
    What a day, what a party.
    Most of us missed the last train back home, we were a sorry, hungover bunch, sharing cigarettes on Midland station as we blagged our way onto the 5.00am Mail train to Utch.
    I have vague memories of us nicking bottles of milk on the way home from shop doorways to ease the hangovers.....
     
     
     
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from EtoileSportiveDeDerby in Coronavirus   
    I think Cummings has smashed the lockdown single handedly, its over, people will decide to do what they want to do now.
     
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    uttoxram75 reacted to Ramslad1992 in The word of the year. The WOTY award   
    Surely has to be furlough, nobody normal had heard of it before March.
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    uttoxram75 reacted to Alpha in The word of the year. The WOTY award   
    Guys! 
    Hey guys, hi guys, listen guys, you guys, later guys, wassup guys, guys can you, listen guys...
    Take that horrible word away and society crumbles, guys. 
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    uttoxram75 got a reaction from 1967Ram in The Politics Thread 2020   
    Why any democracy would not want country by country reporting data to be made public is beyond me. 
    This is the real issue that needs open and honest debate in this country. The very fact that its not discussed openly has got to be because vested interests are lobbying to keep it out of the public domain.
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