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 Topic: New Britain

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  • New Britain
     OP - June 13, 2020, 07:35 PM

    boris drawing confusing lines in the sand.

    Quote from:
    Racist thuggery has no place on our streets. Anyone attacking the police will be met with full force of the law. These marches & protests have been subverted by violence and breach current guidelines. Racism has no part in the UK and we must work together to make that a reality.
  • New Britain
     Reply #1 - June 14, 2020, 01:19 AM

    students playing politics.

    Quote from:
    Step by step, the UK came to have a public and private sector dedicated to the implementation of views which are barely distinguishable from those of the protestors who took to the streets in the past week or two. It’s an ethic which demands that our society play a set of impossible, unwinnable games of identity and ‘privilege’ that not only subvert but end any idea of tolerance.
  • Re: New Britain
     Reply #2 - June 14, 2020, 12:23 PM

    students playing politics.

    In defence of liberalism: resisting a new era of intolerance
    Our public figures must rediscover the true spirit of liberty

    .... .......Doug  Murray...............

    would you agree with what he wrote in that article??

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
  • New Britain
     Reply #3 - June 14, 2020, 04:11 PM

    which part? in the meanwhile, an interesting trap being set for labour's new leader.
  • New Britain
     Reply #4 - June 15, 2020, 07:16 PM

    the deplorables.

    Quote from:
    By contrast, those overwhelmingly white, mostly male, shaven-headed, heavily tattooed, bare-chested, big-bellied, beer-guzzling, foul-mouthed, hate-fuelled thugs who gathered in Parliament Square on Saturday afternoon, ostensibly to protect those monuments, emphatically do not qualify. They were a mob ? not just a few of them but all of them.
  • New Britain
     Reply #5 - June 16, 2020, 01:08 PM

    foreign aid dept chopped - brexit voters pleased.
  • New Britain
     Reply #6 - June 17, 2020, 07:07 AM

    anti muslim sentiment at home and abroad.

    Quote from:
    “How is it that British citizens have been locked up for two months and the government say there is nothing they can do?” she said. “I find it so upsetting that the Indian government is using this pandemic to target and exploit Muslim people.”
  • New Britain
     Reply #7 - July 31, 2020, 08:14 AM

    happy cov-eid says british govt & media.

    Quote from:
    "There is a strong feeling that some sections of media are normalising the racialisation of this debate, my own view is also that some sections of media are guilty of this – be it wittingly or unwittingly."

    "I have heard lots of judgmental narrative about how multi-generational households are a ‘problem’, that we ‘Asians have large families’ and so our lifestyle is causing the disease to spread."
  • New Britain
     Reply #8 - July 31, 2020, 08:26 AM
    The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has this evening announced that new rules on social gatherings will be introduced in Northern England to stop the spread of COVID-19. These changes will also apply in Leicester city.

    This is in response to an increasing trend in the number of cases per 100,000 people in the area, and data from PHE and the JBC which suggests transmission among households is a key infection pathway in the area.

    The areas that these changes apply to are:

    The Greater Manchester area
    Blackburn with Darwen
    Leicester City

    It means people in these areas will not be permitted to mix with other households (apart from those in their support bubbles) in private homes or gardens.

    Some exemptions will be put in place, including for the vulnerable.

    The government will sign new regulations to make these changes legally enforceable.

    The regulations will give local authorities and police forces the powers to enforce these restrictions and more details on these will be set out when the regulations are published.

    Households may go to hospitality, for instance bars and pubs, but new guidance will make clear that two households should not go to hospitality together.

    We have been working closely with local leaders across Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and East Lancashire and have made the decision to bring in new restrictions on social gatherings for selected areas.

    For those preparing to celebrate Eid Al Adha this weekend with friends and family these restrictions will come as a blow but everyone is being urged to follow the new rules and to protect the ones they love from catching coronavirus.

    Mosques and other places of worship have reopened for prayer and communal worship, but in a different socially distanced and COVID-19 Secure way. This means that while mosques can remain open, many will not able to welcome as many worshippers as before.

  • New Britain
     Reply #9 - July 31, 2020, 08:55 AM

    Revised guidance:
    I live in this area. Can I still meet with my family and friends to celebrate Eid?

    Due to higher rates of infection, if you live in this area you should not host or visit friends and family in each other’s homes or gardens. It will shortly be illegal to do so, unless specific exemptions apply. You also should not meet friends and family in other venues – including restaurants or cafes.

    Up to two households, or six people from any number of households may meet outdoors (excluding people’s gardens) where there is a lower risk of infection. If you do so, you should still socially distance from those you do not live with, and avoid physical contact.

    You may attend a mosque or other place or worship, where Covid-19 Secure guidance applies, but you must socially distance from people outside of your household. This means maintaining a distance of 2 metres, or 1 metre with mitigations (such as wearing face coverings). We recommend at this time that, if possible, prayer/religious services take place outdoors.

  • New Britain
     Reply #10 - August 01, 2020, 09:37 AM

    whilst large crowds flock to parks and beaches,  muslims singled out for blame.
  • New Britain
     Reply #11 - August 03, 2020, 08:37 PM

    the nhs religion has no compassion for those who do not submit. I would say symptom of endemic racism in britain but even daily mail readers are shocked by this story.
  • New Britain
     Reply #12 - August 03, 2020, 08:38 PM

    more details here.
  • New Britain
     Reply #13 - August 03, 2020, 08:48 PM


     There are plenty of Muslim doctors earning plenty in UK.. they must open a hospital

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
  • New Britain
     Reply #14 - August 03, 2020, 08:49 PM

    fucking shit I CAN NOT WATCH THAT DAMN VIDEO.................. and mother was a doctor...  bastards

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
  • New Britain
     Reply #15 - August 03, 2020, 10:11 PM

    the christian legal centre have taken up the case against the nhs - it's a pro-life motivation and the religious baggage that entails but it coincides with human decency on this occasion.

    Quote from:
    “Sadly, the culture of death has resulted in more and more of this type of story, from Alfie Evans to Charlie Gard, where deeply disturbing decisions have been made by treating clinicians, police and the courts. The family, in their grief, have the whole legal machinery tumble down on them and no one advocating for them during the most harrowing life experience anyone could imagine.

    At a time when the parents need support and compassion, they are met with a court order to extubate their child meaning certain death. The order is enforced by judges and the police and backed up by medical establishment opinion.
  • New Britain
     Reply #16 - August 06, 2020, 05:04 AM

    Plenty of blame to go around. We've had herd immunity in all but name, a policy headed by a person who thought the country should 'take it on the chin', boasts that he's shook hands with plenty of people when visiting a hospital at the outset of the pandemic and then ends up in hospital close to death himself.

    Then you look at the Leicester outbreak which has been linked to unhygienic sweatshops manned by Asian workers who are paid a pittance. The Home Secretary argues that cultural sensitivity has allowed those sweatshops to operate in such a manner.

    I see hardly anyone wearing a mask or adhering to basic social distancing when visiting my local corner shop. Complacency and stupidity are diseases that have infected all colors and creeds in the diverse area I live in.
  • New Britain
     Reply #17 - August 11, 2020, 09:34 AM

    Oldham and Blackburn the worst hit areas in England for Covid-19:
    Oldham has overtaken nearby Blackburn to become the worst-hit area for coronavirus in England, new government figures show.

    The surge in cases comes despite the Greater Manchester town being included in the so-called northern lockdown, with households there banned from mixing.

    Some 145 new Covid-19 infections were identified in the borough in the seven days up to Sunday, according to Public Health England - the equivalent of 61 cases per 100,000 people.

    That places Oldham above both Leicester and Blackburn with Darwen, which had previously been the areas of greatest concern - but which have both now managed to bring their rates down.

    The second hardest-hit place is Pendle, in Lancashire, with a weekly rise of 58.6 cases per 100,000 people. Blackburn with Darwen is now in third with 43 cases per 100,000.

    The new figures also show three new places have been added to the national watchlist: Swindon, Preston and Bedford.

    Swindon has become a cause of concern after an apparent outbreak at a Tesco supermarket over the weekend with a number of staff there testing positive for the deadly bug.

    Preston was added after restrictions were tightened in the city on Friday following a surge of cases there. And Bedford was placed on the watchlist after new infections soared to 22.7 per 100,000 people.

    In more positive news, Rotherham followed South Yorkshire neighbour Sheffield in being removed from the at-risk register after a drop in cases there.

    So maybe the Right Honourable Craig Whittaker was onto something lol. Large Asian communities in Leicester, Oldham, Blackburn and Rotherham. Some of these towns have also had their reputations ruined for tolerating grooming gangs.
  • New Britain
     Reply #18 - August 29, 2020, 01:37 PM

    brexit tv channel on the way.

    Quote from:
    Rival efforts are under way to launch a Fox News-style opinionated current affairs TV station in Britain to counter the BBC.
  • New Britain
     Reply #19 - September 02, 2020, 11:19 AM

    only took a change in opposition leader to reveal the emperor has no clothes - in fact, he's been mooning everyone.
  • New Britain
     Reply #20 - October 15, 2020, 09:42 PM

    secular muslim vs nationalist toff  - the tide is turning in britain, woke-isms won't save you from the rocks.
  • New Britain
     Reply #21 - October 16, 2020, 12:24 AM

    She can be quite principled and brilliant. This is one of her really dumb moments I think. Handle her with caution.
  • New Britain
     Reply #22 - December 21, 2020, 04:46 PM

    an unexpected victory for speech - signifies a turning tide or a false dawn.
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