Yey, we wrecked the economy.

Pasty

Member
Location
Devon
Hard to find proper stats that aren't 'adjusted' in some way. However, according to this site:


In 2019, there were 530,841 deaths registered in England and Wales.

Using the Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, as at week 46 (13th November 2020) 529,928 registered deaths in England and Wales.

So, as of mid November we still hadn't even reached the 2019 total despite this terrible evil and deadly pandemic. Will it catch up to the 2018 figure of 541,589 by the year end? Or even beat the 1999 figure of 553,532?

.

Did we destroy the economy, lock everyone in their houses, smash good businesses, take away jobs and force everyone to walk around looking like gimps in 1999? Yet here we still are, like terrified little lambs doing what we are told by WHO stooges and all their links to the CCP, Bill and Melinda and big Pharma.

They think you are stupid. Put on your mask, take your jab and do as you are bloody well told or we'll take everything from you. Put on the BBC NOW and be scared some more.
 

Johnnyboxer

Member
Location
Yorkshire
Hard to find proper stats that aren't 'adjusted' in some way. However, according to this site:


In 2019, there were 530,841 deaths registered in England and Wales.

Using the Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, as at week 46 (13th November 2020) 529,928 registered deaths in England and Wales.

So, as of mid November we still hadn't even reached the 2019 total despite this terrible evil and deadly pandemic. Will it catch up to the 2018 figure of 541,589 by the year end? Or even beat the 1999 figure of 553,532?

.

Did we destroy the economy, lock everyone in their houses, smash good businesses, take away jobs and force everyone to walk around looking like gimps in 1999? Yet here we still are, like terrified little lambs doing what we are told by WHO stooges and all their links to the CCP, Bill and Melinda and big Pharma.

They think you are stupid. Put on your mask, take your jab and do as you are bloody well told or we'll take everything from you. Put on the BBC NOW and be scared some more.

Oh, please

Get a grip man
 

Johnnyboxer

Member
Location
Yorkshire
These are ONS facts. Proper raw stats. May not suit your agenda but it's there in plain sight. Or are you saying it's 'fake news'?

I couldn’t give a fudge, what you say and your constant conspiracy theory agendas

You cannot turn back time

We are where we are now, in real-time

Vaccination will bring this worldwide pandemic to an end

My great grandparents were victims of the last 1918-20 pandemic and although very ill, both survived (nursed by my 15 year old Gran, at the time) - I bet they wouldn’t have been interested in statistics and conspiracy theories - they would have welcomed a life saving vaccine in 1920
 
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So despite all are nasty freedom denying rules an extra 8-10% deaths will occur
Let alone the amount of people with life changing long COVID.
is it great, no neither way is great but we now have 3 vaccines available and 2021 will see a recovery of sorts begin. Let’s get through winter the best we can and then look forward with renewed optimism.
 

Pasty

Member
Location
Devon
I couldn’t give a fudge, what you say and your constant conspiracy theory agendas

You cannot turn back time

We are where we are now, in real-time

Vaccination will bring this worldwide pandemic to an end

My great grandparents were victims of the last 1918-20 pandemic and although very ill, both survived (nursed by my 15 year old Gran, at the time) - I bet they wouldn’t have been interested in statistics and conspiracy theories
Compliment returned. Conspiracy theories is such a get out. Like 'fact checking'. Anyway carry on as you are.
 

arcobob

Member
Location
Norfolk
Hard to find proper stats that aren't 'adjusted' in some way. However, according to this site:


In 2019, there were 530,841 deaths registered in England and Wales.

Using the Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, as at week 46 (13th November 2020) 529,928 registered deaths in England and Wales.

So, as of mid November we still hadn't even reached the 2019 total despite this terrible evil and deadly pandemic. Will it catch up to the 2018 figure of 541,589 by the year end? Or even beat the 1999 figure of 553,532?

.

Did we destroy the economy, lock everyone in their houses, smash good businesses, take away jobs and force everyone to walk around looking like gimps in 1999? Yet here we still are, like terrified little lambs doing what we are told by WHO stooges and all their links to the CCP, Bill and Melinda and big Pharma.

They think you are stupid. Put on your mask, take your jab and do as you are bloody well told or we'll take everything from you. Put on the BBC NOW and be scared some more.
And the figures would have been higher if we had not locked down ? You so easily avoid the obvious.:eek:
 

oldoaktree

Member
Location
County Durham
Hard to find proper stats that aren't 'adjusted' in some way. However, according to this site:


In 2019, there were 530,841 deaths registered in England and Wales.

Using the Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, as at week 46 (13th November 2020) 529,928 registered deaths in England and Wales.

So, as of mid November we still hadn't even reached the 2019 total despite this terrible evil and deadly pandemic. Will it catch up to the 2018 figure of 541,589 by the year end? Or even beat the 1999 figure of 553,532?

.

Did we destroy the economy, lock everyone in their houses, smash good businesses, take away jobs and force everyone to walk around looking like gimps in 1999? Yet here we still are, like terrified little lambs doing what we are told by WHO stooges and all their links to the CCP, Bill and Melinda and big Pharma.

They think you are stupid. Put on your mask, take your jab and do as you are bloody well told or we'll take everything from you. Put on the BBC NOW and be scared some more.
So what would you have done as we are in a Global pandemic. Let everyone mix as normal leading to overwhelming hospitals even more than they are at the moment. Thus leaving anyone who is trying to get admitted to hospital for any reason with little chance of treatment as they will be in a que of one sort or another. I’ll expect some very helpful suggestions on how you would have done things differently.
It’s not all about people dying now as hospitals are much better at treating it .
The northeast has been in lock down or tier 3 for months now and although there has been a rise in cases it’s not been to the extent of old tier 2 areas . So maybe restrictions have helped.
 

Rowland

Member
Hard to find proper stats that aren't 'adjusted' in some way. However, according to this site:


In 2019, there were 530,841 deaths registered in England and Wales.

Using the Deaths registered weekly in England and Wales, provisional, as at week 46 (13th November 2020) 529,928 registered deaths in England and Wales.

So, as of mid November we still hadn't even reached the 2019 total despite this terrible evil and deadly pandemic. Will it catch up to the 2018 figure of 541,589 by the year end? Or even beat the 1999 figure of 553,532?

.

Did we destroy the economy, lock everyone in their houses, smash good businesses, take away jobs and force everyone to walk around looking like gimps in 1999? Yet here we still are, like terrified little lambs doing what we are told by WHO stooges and all their links to the CCP, Bill and Melinda and big Pharma.

They think you are stupid. Put on your mask, take your jab and do as you are bloody well told or we'll take everything from you. Put on the BBC NOW and be scared some more.

Just trying to get some sort of reaction from people! I believe it’s called trolling or something similar!
 

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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