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"It remains to be seen whether there will be a deep, fundamental shift in attitudes to death and dying, concepts of death, the care of elderly and vulnerable people, and the goals and purposes of medicine."
Rather than argue for or against Brexit, how about someone - perhaps John Penrose himself - writes a CH article that provides a positive solution to this particular issue. Or are customs forms and customs agents a permanent feature of our trade with Europe and we will just have to learn to live with the additional red tape?
Of course the cladding companies are innocent before being found guilty by an article or an enquiry, but it does suggest that eventually the CPS may be able to pursue criminal charges.
It was a comment on the unsoundness of self-selecting opinion surveys.
But hopefully, if the vaccines significantly reduce the number of hospitalisations, the vast majority will then support the removal of most if not all social restrictions.
Talk Radio survey respondents are self-selecting. Lockdown sceptics tend to be angry people who are more likely to respond (and may even have voted multiple times).
Obviously there will be further studies and analysis, but at the moment this is good news for normal people. Let's hope it continues.
Still not sure whether or not you have withdrawn your original assertion.
I assume you think there has been insufficient testing of vaccines and all the countries in the world that have approved vaccines are 'shockingly irresponsible'. What level of testing would satisfy you? Would the benefits of vaccines (but perhaps you deny there are any?) outweigh the risk of deploying early, as we have done?