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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error 16:03 - Mar 29 with 3765 viewsdickythorpe

Why do people have to broadcast they're every movement?
Especially in these times.
I bet the SWP switchboard was jammed with people dying to grass him up.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:08 - Mar 29 with 1804 viewssP7qupUf

Great isn't it. His first tweet is all about visiting dad , taking chairs and celebrating his birthday. His response to the police states he was taking supplies. Why do these people think that they have a sense of entitlement?
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:11 - Mar 29 with 1792 viewsdickythorpe

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:08 - Mar 29 by sP7qupUf

Great isn't it. His first tweet is all about visiting dad , taking chairs and celebrating his birthday. His response to the police states he was taking supplies. Why do these people think that they have a sense of entitlement?


Why bother tweeting? No-one would have known
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:17 - Mar 29 with 1764 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:11 - Mar 29 by dickythorpe

Why bother tweeting? No-one would have known


Some people appear to think that it doesn’t happen unless you mention it on social media.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:22 - Mar 29 with 1746 viewsladyjack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 16:11 - Mar 29 by dickythorpe

Why bother tweeting? No-one would have known


Others tweeted.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:37 - Mar 29 with 1653 viewsBest_loser

If the police get too heavy handed and don't use a bit of common sense they are going to cause riots, stopping people visiting their parents is a bit much if nobody has any symptoms
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:41 - Mar 29 with 1644 viewsJackfath

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:37 - Mar 29 by Best_loser

If the police get too heavy handed and don't use a bit of common sense they are going to cause riots, stopping people visiting their parents is a bit much if nobody has any symptoms


He took some chairs and sat in their front garden. That's non-essential.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:48 - Mar 29 with 1626 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:37 - Mar 29 by Best_loser

If the police get too heavy handed and don't use a bit of common sense they are going to cause riots, stopping people visiting their parents is a bit much if nobody has any symptoms


I think people in public positions need to show leadership.

He made a non essential trip. Which people are being asked not to do.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:53 - Mar 29 with 1600 viewsBest_loser

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:48 - Mar 29 by londonlisa2001

I think people in public positions need to show leadership.

He made a non essential trip. Which people are being asked not to do.


Is it practical though, let's say the lockdown lasts 6 months, are people really going to refrain from visiting elderly parents for 6 months if none of them have symptoms
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:01 - Mar 29 with 1566 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 17:53 - Mar 29 by Best_loser

Is it practical though, let's say the lockdown lasts 6 months, are people really going to refrain from visiting elderly parents for 6 months if none of them have symptoms


Lockdown is not going to last 6 months as far as anyone knows.

It’s been in place for one week and he should have stick to the guidance.

It’s not as if his multi millionaire parents can’t get stuff. We’ve had a family birthday this week. We stayed put. As that’s what we are supposed to do.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:02 - Mar 29 with 1557 viewsexiledclaseboy

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:01 - Mar 29 by londonlisa2001

Lockdown is not going to last 6 months as far as anyone knows.

It’s been in place for one week and he should have stick to the guidance.

It’s not as if his multi millionaire parents can’t get stuff. We’ve had a family birthday this week. We stayed put. As that’s what we are supposed to do.
[Post edited 29 Mar 18:01]


My mother in law is 71 and relatively healthy. Her partner is 82 and absolutely not healthy. They both went shopping on Friday in Morrison’s. Absolute lunacy.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:04 - Mar 29 with 1548 viewsBest_loser

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:01 - Mar 29 by londonlisa2001

Lockdown is not going to last 6 months as far as anyone knows.

It’s been in place for one week and he should have stick to the guidance.

It’s not as if his multi millionaire parents can’t get stuff. We’ve had a family birthday this week. We stayed put. As that’s what we are supposed to do.
[Post edited 29 Mar 18:01]


I don't mention kinnock, just the question of what's deemed essential
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:04 - Mar 29 with 1540 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:02 - Mar 29 by exiledclaseboy

My mother in law is 71 and relatively healthy. Her partner is 82 and absolutely not healthy. They both went shopping on Friday in Morrison’s. Absolute lunacy.


That’s crazy.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:06 - Mar 29 with 1534 viewsexiledclaseboy

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:04 - Mar 29 by londonlisa2001

That’s crazy.


Mental. Wife went nuts when she heard.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:07 - Mar 29 with 1527 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:04 - Mar 29 by Best_loser

I don't mention kinnock, just the question of what's deemed essential


If something isn’t essential enough to make you think it’s worth the risk of someone dying, then it’s not essential.

So getting someone food or medicine in when they don’t have it, is. Anything else. No.

There will be gradual changes over time. It’s been a week.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:08 - Mar 29 with 1513 viewslondonlisa2001

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:06 - Mar 29 by exiledclaseboy

Mental. Wife went nuts when she heard.


Did they not understand the risks, or have made an assessment and decided to do it anyway?
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:11 - Mar 29 with 1501 viewsNeath_Jack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:02 - Mar 29 by exiledclaseboy

My mother in law is 71 and relatively healthy. Her partner is 82 and absolutely not healthy. They both went shopping on Friday in Morrison’s. Absolute lunacy.


My grandfather is 93, and he went to the bank last week to withdraw a couple of grand, just in case he needs it for something. The woman in the bank first thought that he was being bullied into it, until he gave her the speech about how he lived in London through the blitz as a boy, then fought in the Korean war, and there is no way a little cold is going to stop him getting out. He's having none of it and is refusing to hand his car keys over to any of us.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:12 - Mar 29 with 1497 viewsexiledclaseboy

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:08 - Mar 29 by londonlisa2001

Did they not understand the risks, or have made an assessment and decided to do it anyway?


I don’t think they think it’s as serious as all that. They don’t need to go anywhere, and they have a tidy sized house with a big garden. They’re social animals usually so they are finding staying at home difficult. But tough.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:12 - Mar 29 with 1497 viewsladyjack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:02 - Mar 29 by exiledclaseboy

My mother in law is 71 and relatively healthy. Her partner is 82 and absolutely not healthy. They both went shopping on Friday in Morrison’s. Absolute lunacy.


Could anyone go shopping for them ?, did they just want to get out ?, in fairness some people have no one and would have to go out.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:17 - Mar 29 with 1469 viewsexiledclaseboy

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:12 - Mar 29 by ladyjack

Could anyone go shopping for them ?, did they just want to get out ?, in fairness some people have no one and would have to go out.


Yes, we (or me actually cos my wife couldn’t) or my brother in law would have gone shopping for them. They knew that.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:17 - Mar 29 with 1465 viewsladyjack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:11 - Mar 29 by Neath_Jack

My grandfather is 93, and he went to the bank last week to withdraw a couple of grand, just in case he needs it for something. The woman in the bank first thought that he was being bullied into it, until he gave her the speech about how he lived in London through the blitz as a boy, then fought in the Korean war, and there is no way a little cold is going to stop him getting out. He's having none of it and is refusing to hand his car keys over to any of us.


That kind of stubbornness is not good, there are young women and children in cars out on the road.
Tighter rules need to be in place for very old drivers.
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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:19 - Mar 29 with 1454 viewsexiledclaseboy

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:11 - Mar 29 by Neath_Jack

My grandfather is 93, and he went to the bank last week to withdraw a couple of grand, just in case he needs it for something. The woman in the bank first thought that he was being bullied into it, until he gave her the speech about how he lived in London through the blitz as a boy, then fought in the Korean war, and there is no way a little cold is going to stop him getting out. He's having none of it and is refusing to hand his car keys over to any of us.


Madness isn’t it.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:22 - Mar 29 with 1434 viewsDr_Winston

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:11 - Mar 29 by Neath_Jack

My grandfather is 93, and he went to the bank last week to withdraw a couple of grand, just in case he needs it for something. The woman in the bank first thought that he was being bullied into it, until he gave her the speech about how he lived in London through the blitz as a boy, then fought in the Korean war, and there is no way a little cold is going to stop him getting out. He's having none of it and is refusing to hand his car keys over to any of us.


Sometimes it seems like the ones taking this most seriously are the middle age range. 30-60 types.

There's a lot of younger people out there who are just carrying on as normal because they believe that they're not at risk (still loads of groups of teenagers wandering around Morriston), and many of the older generation who've been though loads of stuff in the past yet are at most risk seem to want to "keep calm and carry on".

Pain or damage don't end the world. Or despair, or f*cking beatings. The world ends when you're dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man... and give some back.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:26 - Mar 29 with 1417 viewsNeath_Jack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:19 - Mar 29 by exiledclaseboy

Madness isn’t it.


He's putting years on all of us. We've got quite a big extended family, most of who are living local, and who are dropping their shopping off and leaving it on the doorstep for them (gran is 94). But there is just no talking to him, he's taken to pretending the signal goes on his mobile now when we start laying it on the line to him.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:27 - Mar 29 with 1408 viewsNeath_Jack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:22 - Mar 29 by Dr_Winston

Sometimes it seems like the ones taking this most seriously are the middle age range. 30-60 types.

There's a lot of younger people out there who are just carrying on as normal because they believe that they're not at risk (still loads of groups of teenagers wandering around Morriston), and many of the older generation who've been though loads of stuff in the past yet are at most risk seem to want to "keep calm and carry on".


Still loads of youngsters around here doing it as well. The worst of the lot are the smack heads who are still shuffling around in 3's and 4's, and loitering around the back lanes.

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Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:29 - Mar 29 with 1394 viewsNeath_Jack

Stephen Kinnock schoolboy error on 18:17 - Mar 29 by ladyjack

That kind of stubbornness is not good, there are young women and children in cars out on the road.
Tighter rules need to be in place for very old drivers.
[Post edited 29 Mar 18:19]


There's nothing wrong with his driving, he's probably done more miles in reverse than you've done going forward. However, i do agree that you should have to take some kind of driving / medical tests when you reach a certain age.

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