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Odd days

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  1. Ah yes but think of the savings that they can make on the pension pot and blame something else.
  2. We did used to use steam and boil washes a lot more. On the farms fresh air was used more, when the poultry was cleared out of a shed it was cleaned then the doors left open each end for fresh air to blow through for a period before restocking. Now it can be as soon as it’s cleaned it’s restocked. Hospitals had windows that opened, so may be we didn’t need so many chemicals to keep clean then.
  3. It wasn’t long ago that they was clamping down on people with hoods and obscuring their faces from cctv. How things change.
  4. Don’t become a bookie as you seem unable to see the odds .
  5. Most labour is organised by a gang master not the farmer. The farmer pays the gang master.
  6. And it’s not just drugs, bandages, cream etc can’t be re issued
  7. More chance of old people popping their clogs, and then all that prescription is thrown away when they die. A big waste.
  8. I don’t understand why it should be voluntary, or are the farmers giving their produce away for free ?
  9. Currently, 16% of the UK's dairy is imported with 98% of these imports of EU origin. This trade with the UK constitutes 10% of the EU's total dairy exports with Ireland and France being the major exporters of dairy products to the UK. Looking at the UK'sexports, 91% of UK dairy exports are destined to the EU.15 Feb 2019 I guess that these are making it up about milk imports.
  10. Ok we don’t import any milk what so ever.
  11. The governments we have had have created a divided society who doesn’t care about the others so that is how it is, no point getting angry. It’s life, to late now.
  12. You forget that they import it from Eastern Europe as it’s cheaper than our farmers so maybe it’s been held up at borders etc.
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