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  1. A one way system in and out does seem a good...

    A one way system in and out does seem a good idea, if the surgery building layout allows.
  2. Here's a coincidence - or was someone at our...

    Here's a coincidence - or was someone at our surgery reading this?

    Today I got a text about the Flu clinincs at our surgery.

    It sounds as if it will be very much like scotleag's experience...
  3. Don't know about that, I've only got the letter...

    Don't know about that, I've only got the letter and the testing kit should come next week.

    I wouldn't realy see the point of keeping it in the fridge and then putting it into a postbox that's...
  4. Not everyone is happy with injecting themselves,...

    Not everyone is happy with injecting themselves, maybe if they could sort out the issues with a nasal spray for older adults.

    And then there is the potential issue of people getting a home flu jab...
  5. Didn't spies used to shoot injections out of...

    Didn't spies used to shoot injections out of rolled up umbrellas?

    Maybe the NHS is missing a trick?

    (PS. I suddenly have a strong sense of deja-vu about that comment, maybe I've posted it...
  6. I suppose it's more for the extended houshold...

    I suppose it's more for the extended houshold rather than just those who are shielding.

    Not heard from my GP about the flu jab yet, they usually do a mass 'jab clinic' about the end of Sept but I...
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    PIP letter error (again).

    Don't Panic if you should happen to get a letter from the DWP saying that your PIP has been stopped for failing to fill in / return a review form. (In March).

    They've cocked things up again and...
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    Don't like/use ebay but as you say Amazon is very...

    Don't like/use ebay but as you say Amazon is very convienent at times.

    I'll check your charity support link out, thanks for highlighting it.
  9. Like anything brought in quickly without thinking...

    Like anything brought in quickly without thinking it through there are going to be problems to be ironed out.

    UC as a case in point?
  10. Well at the moment I'm using my phone to tether....

    Well at the moment I'm using my phone to tether.

    With my (loyalty boosted) PAYG package from EE I get 660 MB a week for £1, that's 2.64 GB for £4 a month.
    (I also get 95 mins and 50 texts a...
  11. Speed is not really a problem these days unless...

    Speed is not really a problem these days unless you are online gaming, or have a big family all using it at once on different devices.
    For general surfing use 7 Mbps or above is fine.
    Higher speeds...
  12. You had me searching there, it's in you second...

    You had me searching there, it's in you second link to 'choose' not the first to 'btplc'.

    TBH that 'choose' article seems to be out of date and is contradictory in places.
    For instance further...
  13. Mmm, that didn't look right at only 15 Mb for £15...

    Mmm, that didn't look right at only 15 Mb for £15 a month.

    Checking the link it's a download speed of 15 Mbps, I can't find what the data cap is - or even if there will be one?

    Like BT Virgin...
  14. Yes, I checked it out and the 15 GB cap was...

    Yes, I checked it out and the 15 GB cap was lifted for covid.
    All BT broadband caps were lifted and all went to unlimited data.

    From BT's own information the data caps are not going to be put...
  15. There is an unlimited broadband option for just...

    There is an unlimited broadband option for just over £10 a month, which looks a good deal:
    https://btplc.com/inclusion/ProductsAndServices/BTBasic/BTBasicBroadband/index.htm

    The speed isn't the...
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    LOL, I'm feeling fine. I've changed the post...

    LOL, I'm feeling fine.

    I've changed the post title, but don't have permission here to change the thread title or delete it and post with a different title.

    I can lock the thread so that no one...
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    DS1500 six month limit ruled illegal.

    The 'Expected to die within six months' limit on automatically qualifying for benefits due to terminal illness has been ruled by a judge in Northern Ireland as discriminatory under Human Rights law,...
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    I think that it's like anything else and you may...

    I think that it's like anything else and you may have to try a few until you find one that suits you and your grip level.

    I have 'normal' grip but everyone struggles opening jars now and again, I...
  19. I used to have 6 monthly B12 injections to try an...

    I used to have 6 monthly B12 injections to try an help with my hypersomnia. (More as a stimulant than because I wasn't absorbing it).

    TBH I can't remember just why they stopped, and if it was a...
  20. Low temperatures, dampness/humidity help the...

    Low temperatures, dampness/humidity help the virus thrive, noisy machinery means the workers have to shout to each other which spreads spittle, and working conditions mean that they can't distance...
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    There is an update on the Video Relay Service...

    There is an update on the Video Relay Service rollout, it is being expanded to more than just UC:


    https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/16229/
  22. Thread: Time Travel.

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    Time Travel.

    I've just noticed that if you go to the ESA regulations 2008 then it says that the latest revison was made on 31/3/2030

    Look at the list of PDFs on the left. (You may have to drop the 'More...
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    Much better thanks, still a few aches and twinges...

    Much better thanks, still a few aches and twinges but I'm walking about almost normally.

    Hope the heads alright.
  24. Try living near a border. Depending on which...

    Try living near a border.

    Depending on which TV channel I'm watching, and on what time of day it is, I'll see either the English or Scottish advice 'infomercials' which are different of course....
  25. I had bloods taken last week at the GP surgery,...

    I had bloods taken last week at the GP surgery, still got the bruise on my arm.

    It's generally shut, but they are still doing some appointments for tests and the like, you go in by the back door....
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