To mask or not to mask: what will you do after 19 July?

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    joss
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    So on the 19th of July almost all of the COVID restrictions will be lifted in England according to The PM B.J

    So what will you do?

    What I will do is more or less carry on wearing my mask where appropriate. I will also still be careful of shielding because I am extremely high risk. However, as I have had both doses of the vaccine. I do feel safer to the risk.

     

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    Serendipity
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    I don’t have your confidence, Serendipity, that governments (of any political position) act in our best interests. They never have and they never will.

    It’s a balancing act, most law’s exist by democratic common consent, you can’t pick and choose the one’s you wish to abide by, lawless anarchy being the obvious result of that.

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    ajn

    This can happen anywhere serendipity, it’s just alarming how the public act..

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    Wigwam
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    You may not have noticed. serendipity, but the government have walked all over democratic common consent for the past 18 months, and have spent billions manipulating public opinion and suppressing dissent to achieve its objectives. You may think its objectives are righteous but the lack of debate and opposition is unprecedented.

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    fwippers
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    Politician’s have one overriding objective. Power.

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    Wigwam
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    For most, their overriding objective is to get re-elected.

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    Serendipity
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    For most, their overriding objective is to get re-elected.

    This is the system we have, if you don’t approve of a particular MP or party, exercise your democratic rights at the ballot box at the appropriate time, personally, politically I’m about as far removed from the current government as you could possibly be, but I respect the votes of the majority.

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    Wigwam
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    Unfortunately we don’t get to choose our MPs. We just get to choose from people put up by their respective parties, for whatever reason they choose, which rarely coincides with the needs of the local electorate.

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