Interesting article which is reflected in recent days by some of the better respected modellers on Twitter.
Always good to have some light at the end of the tunnel.
I see that case rates in Wales are amongst in the highest yet I think they have a mask mandate indoors? Is this a case of non compliance? (only popped over there once in the last few months so have no evidence).
Having to cancel our first trip abroad since March last year which I booked on Tuesday, because we thought a secluded self contained hotel with a golf course was a good way to have a quiet break - unfortunately it was in Marrakech.
It is exactly the point. You chose not to wear a mask and attend a large function yet are concerned about people not wearing masks and attending large functions. If the only thing that stops you doing things that you believe are potentially harmful to you and your family is direct intervention...
Would you have felt comfortable if someone else had ruled that you had to wear a mask as opposed to being able to make that choice yourself? (or even the choice to attend a large indoor gathering?) Are you concerned about the lack of rules or that you have choice and chose not to exercise it?
No issues around here since last week, if anything filling stations quieter than usual as I assume stocks have moved from refineries to individuals tanks.
Oh and by the way the supermarket shelves seem pretty full too.
We have in effect renationalised some public services, it is just that the Nationalised bodies are not from the UK. DB rail franchises is Deutsche Bahn the German equivalent of British Rail and EDF is Electricite de France the French equivalent of the Electricity Board. Some of Europe decided to...
If the ball stops a foot or so from the bottom step in the bunker and your swing is impeded by the step, then you possibly do not have a nearest point of relief that is not nearer the hole. I assume in this case it is just play it as it lies or drop outside the bunker with a 1 shot penalty?
Do those that only fill a little bit of their tank at a time also just fill their washer fluid up to a third full when it becomes low, how about oil?
What is the benefit of going to a filling station 3 times more often than needed?
Unless you can’t afford it at the time, I can see no valid reason for not filling the tank every time you are approaching a level that concerns you (based on your personal petrol/diesel range anxiety). Doing anything else just means spending more time at filling stations. Maybe it’s an Alan...