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Half-empty Bristol hospitals, empty surgeries, NHS not doing its job, timing of lockdowns
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Bristol Waste – ‘Racism and neglect’ blamed for St Pauls rubbish blight – Residents in St Pauls have accused the council and waste contractor of dismissing their concerns simply because of where they live “Institutionalised neglect” and racism have left streets in parts of Bristol filled with rubbish and fly-tipping reports ignored, residents have said. One homeowner from the St Pauls suburb alleged a waste contractor call handler told her the area was “never going to be great” because it has “lots of ethnic minorities”. Bristol Waste said it did not recognise the claims “on any level”. It said it responded to all reports with “the same level of service”. But people living in the area have accused Bristol City Council and Bristol Waste of dismissing concerns simply because of where they live. They said streets were filled with “vermin”, litter and overflowing bins and suffered frequent fly-tipping…

Gilbert Watson ‘Ajax’, dies. ‘Bristol has lost a legend’ – tributes paid to owner of late-night blues bar – but not mentioned are the muggings that took place in Ajax’ place on Ashley Road which allegedly focused on white men, with muggers knowing victims would be unlikely to report crimes to the police because it was an illegal late drinking and weed smoking den. Celebrations took place earlier this year to remember nights they’d had at the shebeen. The man who ran the “last shebeen” in the south west who was described as a “cornerstone” of the St Pauls community has died. Gilbert Watson – known as Ajax – died on Sunday, July 19 after being diagnosed with cancer. Mr Watson was described as the “life and soul of the party”, having become well-known for opening the Shady Grove Café in 1970, creating a safe haven for the African-Caribbean community in St Pauls to dance, drink and socialise. It quickly became the heart of the area, and so did he. In the 1990s St Pauls had several after-hours “blues” clubs and it also became a centre of the free party scene. Earlier this year, many of Mr Watson’s loved-ones got together in celebration of him and paid tribute to his shebeen being the last one in the south west. One of his family members – Kelly Meekerz – shared the news of Mr Watson’s death, saying: “Our family is deeply saddened to inform you that ‘Ajax’ Gilbert Watson passed away in his sleep on Sunday morning. “As many of you know, he has been suffering from cancer for some time now. We are relieved that his passing was peaceful and painless…

Robin Campbell interviewed by Anna Brees – excess deaths from lockdown – influence from Big Pharma – interviews with doctors who have subsequently been stopped from practising –email – Robin Campbell (52), IT Consultant, Bristol. 28 July 2020 – Robin is the 16th person to contact us: waiting list, empty hospitals, empty surgeries, NHS not doing its job, timing of lockdowns, Neil Ferguson predicting over half a million dead, ‘NHS saved’, interviewed two UK doctors, virus was not isolated and inaccurate testing with 80% false positives etc. This is a time for a new media that you own, please let us know how you feel – share your experiences via video to WhatsApp or WeTransfer to 07512 665059. You must be happy for this to be shared to all social media platforms – please state your name, location and occupation.

Pandemic Is Over Graph: Lockdown kills 200,000, four times that of Covid-19: Lockdown may cost 200,000 lives, government report shows – Research shines a light on the reasons why the Government has been keen to lift lockdown, in spite of experts claiming it happened too soon. More than 200,000 people could die from the impact of lockdown and protecting the NHS, an official government report shows.

Is virus a bioweapon? Boris speech on halting easing of lockdown.

Mandatory vaccination – vaccines very different nowadays.

Sit Down Covid Comedian Dr. Vernon Coleman on on arbitrary social distancing, ‘should be thirty feet; or ten metres.

Labour Party in Brighton – Greens take over. How Labour lost Brighton and Hove City Council this week. How did Labour lose Brighton and Hove City Council in two days? IN JUST two days, Councillor Nancy Platts’s Labour administration collapsed. On Monday the party was rocked by resignations from councillors Kate Knight and Nichole Brennan, both of who have been accused of anti-Semitism. The Greens became the largest party on Brighton and Hove City Council with 19 seats to Labour’s 18. Not even 24 hours later, on Tuesday night, Cllr Platts announced her party would hand over control of the city council to the Greens, citing failed power-sharing negotiations…

Corbyn court case. Pro-Corbyn group Jewish Voice for Labour being sued for libel. EXCLUSIVE: Journalist John Ware is taking action over comments made in relation to BBC Panorama programme ‘Is Labour Antisemitic?’ Local lockdowns – Muslim lockdowns – Bristol Coronavirus updates: Spike in Bristol cases and partial local lockdowns in England. 48 new cases have been recorded in Bristol since last Friday, while in parts of northern England home visits have been banned. The government has made the announcement that separate households in northern England can no longer meet up. A total of 12 more people living in the West of England have tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours, latest Government figures have revealed. The new cases have been added to the Government statistics in the last 24 hours, to 4pm on Thursday (July 30) although they advise that the tests themselves may have taken place in the last few days. For Bristol, the seven new cases recorded on Monday brings the total number of cases to 1,335. There are no new cases in Bath and North East Somerset meaning the total there remains at 348. There have been three new cases in South Gloucestershire, with the total there standing at 759 since the pandemic began. There were two new cases recorded in North Somerset, so the total there is now 912. Meanwhile, separate households have been banned from meeting each other indoors in Greater Manchester and parts of east Lancashire and West Yorkshire following a local spike in cases. The Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that the increase in transmission was largely due to people not obeying social distancing guidelines. However, Labour have criticised the government for the lack of clarity and for announcing the new measures late last night. Lockdown easing reversed and mask rules extended in England Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ‘squeezed the brake’ on lockdown easing, reversing planned measures which were due to come into force tomorrow, August 1.Casinos, bowling alleys, theatres and ice rinks will not be allowed to reopen and wedding receptions of up to 30 people will not now be allowed from Saturday…

Pandemic just a cover for bailing out the banking system?

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