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Mandatory vaccination regulations passed through parliament


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Nearly all the votes for were conservative, only 30 of them voted against.

Not that the others would probably not have done similar if they had a majority, they know the result beforehand between whips and swinging votes no doubt is where some of the double dealing is done.

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maynardgravy

I said the last one was the last, but I think it's time for one last letter to comrade Boris my MP.

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Chewing Grass

The care home staff were the easy ones to pick on as they are generally around minimum wage and have little influence and power, be interesting to see how this pans out with the NHS etc.

Years ago stuff like this was what unions were built on, this is the 21st Century version.

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3 minutes ago, apples said:

Where are the human rights lawyers when you need them?

They are mostly left wing they love the power of the state 

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45 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

The care home staff were the easy ones to pick on as they are generally around minimum wage and have little influence and power, be interesting to see how this pans out with the NHS etc.

Years ago stuff like this was what unions were built on, this is the 21st Century version.

They can find alternative better work if there really are so many vacancies out there. Why put up with the situation if it's not the only reasonable choice.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57846381

 

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UK job vacancies climb past pre-pandemic levels

The Office for National Statistics said there were 862,000 jobs on offer between April and June, 77,500 higher than the first three months of 2020.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Rookie said:

 

 

"House of Commons went ahead and approved the regulations by 319 votes to 246 which means that by October, anyone working in a care home in England must have two vaccine doses unless they are medically exempt.

 

 

Just the one Mrs Wembly?

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working woman

I didn't see the news this morning, was it on it,  particularly the BBC?

If not why not?

I dislike the BBC news now after  last years lockdown when they repeatedly said it was one hour maximum of exercise a day. It wasn't.

Wrote several letters of complaint, never heard back.

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sarahbell
2 minutes ago, working woman said:

I didn't see the news this morning, was it on it,  particularly the BBC?

If not why not?

I dislike the BBC news now after  last years lockdown when they repeatedly said it was one hour maximum of exercise a day. It wasn't.

Wrote several letters of complaint, never heard back.

Have had a discussion with people on other allotment sites whose councils felt they shouldn't be going on allotments. Even though Gove *praise be to him* said right at the start "go forth to your allotments and cultivate, for the soil is good" 

Some also felt they could only go on for an hour. 

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1 hour ago, maynardgravy said:

I said the last one was the last, but I think it's time for one last letter to comrade Boris my MP.

Do it - they are great !

I don't think I've read them all though, any chance you could collate them?

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1 minute ago, Reck B said:

What medical exemptions are valid for not getting the jab?

This is the important question, as it may be the only way to avoid the vaccine and keep the job in the coming months.

I think the fact there are exemptions at all reveals the lie behind the legislation; if this was about the health of others as claimed, then no one would be exempt, but as it is written some will still be working in the care sector without vaccinations on merit of their doctors note. It fails the test – it is dishonest legislation and must be treated as such, the answer I think is to find a doctor and find a way to convince them you are also on that list.  

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I would also say that if push comes to shove in October, let them push. Then you have grounds in the future legal backswing, as oppose to quitting, or being convinced to quit ahead of time.

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maynardgravy
7 minutes ago, Reck B said:

Do it - they are great !

I don't think I've read them all though, any chance you could collate them?

I'll see - shouldn't be an issue. Chances of anyone reading them at Tory HQ are slim to none though, unless I'm on a Stazi 'list'.

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1 hour ago, Reck B said:

What medical exemptions are valid for not getting the jab?

 

Anaphylactic (sp?) shock i.e. adverse reaction to a wasp sting means you're exempt.

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4 minutes ago, spunko said:

 

Anaphylactic (sp?) shock i.e. adverse reaction to a wasp sting means you're exempt.

Awesome. I had an anaphylactic response to penecillin when I was a kid.

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Wight Flight
15 minutes ago, spunko said:

 

Anaphylactic (sp?) shock i.e. adverse reaction to a wasp sting means you're exempt.

How would they prove this? Is there a test for it?

 

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Mirror Mirror
18 minutes ago, spunko said:

 

Anaphylactic (sp?) shock i.e. adverse reaction to a wasp sting means you're exempt.

You sure about that?

I read that people with a history of anaphylaxis should be monitored for 15 mins after injection and discouraged from driving afterwards.

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sarahbell
7 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

How would they prove this? Is there a test for it?

 

No. In theory anyway.

That's the fab thing about allergic reactions. Testing you for them can kill you.

 

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Bedrag Justesen
1 hour ago, working woman said:

I didn't see the news this morning, was it on it,  particularly the BBC?

If not why not?

 

Trying to raise the issue of mandatory vaccines for carers disproportionately affecting the BAME workers with C4 News Cathy Newman, not once, twice.

No interest whatsoever.

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Lightly Toasted
1 hour ago, Reck B said:

Do it - they are great !

I don't think I've read them all though, any chance you could collate them?

I don't think Boris has read them all either ;)

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56 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

How would they prove this? Is there a test for it?

 

I don’t think so.

The allergy is all over my medical notes though.

Despite this , I was prescribed one of the penicillins (amoxicillin I think) once and had to get it changed to the synthetic version

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Wight Flight
33 minutes ago, Reck B said:

I don’t think so.

The allergy is all over my medical notes though.

Despite this , I was prescribed one of the penicillins (amoxicillin I think) once and had to get it changed to the synthetic version

I don't have any medical notes.

I wonder if that will work in my favour?

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