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  1. Villa v Wolves Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  2. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. A mod will add the players to the MoTM poll later.
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    The NSWE Board

    Or there will be warnings issued.
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    The NSWE Board

    Please move the talk out of this thread unless it is about our board.
  5. I sound like a dot matrix printer.
  6. How would employers protect their staff who cannot take the vaccine? As the employer (in the UK/EU) does not have the right to ask whether someone hasn't had the vaccine for medical reasons, their only option is to ask for proof of vaccination (or proof of exemption) for all staff. Failing to do this opens the possibility that they get sued in future for failing to protect all of their staff. If they could ask, then those staff could be provided additional protective accommodations. As current government advice is completely clear that there is no good reason (other than medical) to not be vaccinated I don't think that employers realistically have any choice and I'm surprised this isn't much more widespread. I think that failure to prove vaccination status could be considered gross negligence as it endangers others in the workplace. IANAL (obvs)
  7. We have real world evidence of the complications that catching Covid can cause. How are these individuals assessing the unknown (and likely insignificant) risks of a vaccination against these known considerable risks of contracting Covid? Do they know more than the experts qualified and studying in the field? I think that point of view is foolish.
  8. I wonder how much petrol you can keep at your residence before your insurance is void.
  9. Spurs v Villa Please do not mention streams or streaming in this thread. Please note that there is no distinction between legal or illegal, video or audio. If you aren't sure, it doesn't go in this thread. You will receive warning points if you ignore this.
  10. Your ratings and reactions please. Keep it respectful even if you know everyone else is wrong. A mod will add the players to the MoTM poll later.
  11. I genuinely didn't know this was a thing. I have to show a password when travelling from Schengen countries to the UK (except Ireland) and I didn't realise that an exemption was made for Euro ID cards. I agree that it's daft to remove it though.
  12. Champions and Friends League No new Friends League Top half Bottom half Relegation You are free to start your own poll.
  13. This poll will be open for the first week of the month
  14. GMOs have reduced the use of chemical pesticides - both herbicides and insecticides - by 37%. (Qaim et al. 2014). The "controlling seeds" bit is an odd claim. Farmers have been required to buy conventionally modified seed stock for at least the last 50 years. It's a trend which has increased with GMOs, but only because useful new varieties appear more often. Much large scale GMO research is government funded and seed stock available royalty free. Off the top of my head insect resistant eggplant in Bangladesh and virus resistant papaya in Hawaii. Can you point me to something showing a negative impact on nature caused by GMO? It's repeated so often that there must be something out there.
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