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Coppers to get power of arbitrary arrest and detention for TWO years.

This is all PLANNED!  It is the fulfilment of a globalist plan :)


The legislation - which follows significant economic measures introduced by Chancellor RIshi Sunak - will be time-limited for two years and will cover areas such as the NHS, social care, schools, police, Border Force, local councils, funerals and courts.


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The death toll from coronavirus in the United Kingdom has jumped by 87 to a total of 422 - the biggest daily increase since the crisis began.


Ay me, Samantha!  422 dead!  Truly a crisis of epic proportions.

Hell is other people.

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Just now, Caseynotes said:

Given that 10,000 die every year in the UK from common flu we can all look forward to being locked down every winter from now on, great.

Oh wait 👀 "Residents of one French département now face lockdown without even the comfort of a glass of wine after a local official banned the sale of alcohol in the area."


now this is getting serious 👀

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58 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

Just found out the DailyFX daily podcast is now available on soundcloud;

Are they any good?  The DailyFX videos on Youtube are pretty much just a bunch of guys (never any women) who sound like they haven't slept in two weeks slurring and making banal, non-committal analyses with the benefit of hindsight.

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1 minute ago, dmedin said:

Are they any good?  The DailyFX videos on Youtube are pretty much just a bunch of guys (never any women) who sound like they haven't slept in two weeks slurring and making banal, non-committal analyses with the benefit of hindsight.

just listened to the interview with the trading psychologist Brett What'shisname (about 3rd down from the top), was insightful and well worth a listen.

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