UK Lockdown

DB9

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I wouldn't invest in London at the moment, prices are a joke and who knows what impact the virus will have on the capital. I would anticipate there could be a few homeowners in London up sheet creek within the next year or two.
Then speculators would buy them up, Always someone to make money out of situations like this.
 

tavyred

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A vaccine provides immunity. It clearly doesn't, therefore, arguably, it's a waste of time.
I’m glad you’re not in charge of public health in this country AU. The seasonal flu jab is not just about universal immunity, which is not surprising as its never been able to provide that.
 

RedPaul

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It’s as rough as old arseholes. The 2011 riots did £20 of damage.
Pretty well summed up

Tottenham High Road is a ramshackle, traffic clogged, windswept, open dustbin with takeaways interspersed with 24hr grocery stores.

The walk from Tottenham Hale station to WHL stadium is interesting, with some of the roughest pubs I've seen for a long while dotted amongst the tower blocks. Spit and sawdust would improve them immensely.

The immaculate stadium itself is a little incongrous against its surroundings but is of massive importance to the local economy, for ancillary trade and jobs.
 
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