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Matt Hancock Gave It A Miss Today

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teacake44 | 21:29 Thu 04th Jun 2020 | Politics
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I wonder why, may be he didn't want to be the one to advise the wearing of face masks after months of ignoring them, unlike other countries. Its taken a world record death rate for the penny to drop. Sheesh.

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Morning teacake. Have you noticed how a lot of mask wearers keep them under their chin or take them off to speak and don't cover their nose, or ignore social distancing assuming the mask makes them invincible.
(Ramblin' Rose rhymes with Nose if you want to use your lyrics again for me)
I'm going to make myself a token face-covering to wear on the village bus which, when I've seen it pass by here for the last 3 months, it has had at most one passenger but more often than not has been completely empty. A fat lot of good a face-covering will do anybody.
I have moved this thread into the category "Politics".
Wait until there have been 42 posts before deciding a thread is in the wrong category.
So it is moved to a sub category that no one can get to because AB is broken.
If the SpareEd is bored, why doesn’t he/she mend the broken site instead of hiding posts.
Hear hear Gromit - one of my questions has been moved to Politics that no-one looks at.
Politics is the best category for this thread. We want to encourage use of the correct categories. Threads in Chatterbank aren't featured on the home page or indexed in Google.
Easy to find - there is a clickable link to 'Politics' at the top of the News topic.

https://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/News/

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