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Manchester Chat / How are lockdown rules changing
« Last post by celeste on 08:58:20, 23/03/21 »
What's already changed?
Schools and colleges have reopened, and university students can return for practical courses
Two people from different households can meet outside for recreation, which can include "a coffee on a bench"
Care home residents can have one nominated visitor, with testing and social distance precautions

What's going to happen on 29 March?
People will be allowed to meet outside, either with one other household or within the "rule of six", including in private gardens
The stay at home rule will end, but the government will urge people to stay local as much as possible
Outdoor sport facilities will reopen, including golf courses and tennis and basketball courts, and formally organised outdoor sports can restart
Weddings can take place, attended by up to six people

Stage two (no earlier than 12 April):
All shops allowed to open, along with close-contact services, including hairdressers and beauty salons (including in people's homes)
Restaurants and pubs allowed to serve food and alcohol to customers sitting outdoors
Gyms and spas can reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centres
Members of the same household can take a holiday in the UK in self-contained accommodation
Weddings attended by up to 15 people can take place

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Computers & Tech / Re: BE AWARE.
« Last post by lozflan on 06:55:51, 23/03/21 »
Could it be because,I'm too long on Quick Reply. [then lose it all ].
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Manchester Chat / Re: Plan to tackle abuse of women
« Last post by celeste on 17:24:10, 22/03/21 »
Time was when a pregnant woman was treated with care and respect,  sadly some people don't even have the grace to stand up for them -
this particular piece of an excuse for a man should be made an example of via a lengthy sentence imo
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Manchester Chat / Re: Plan to tackle abuse of women
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 17:02:02, 22/03/21 »
I hope that they get this piece of filth, he shouldn't be too hard to recognise, catch him and take him somewhere and just finish him.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9387885/Vicious-prowler-attacked-PREGNANT-Jewish-woman-Stamford-Hill-alley.html
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Manchester Chat / Re: Plan to tackle abuse of women
« Last post by celeste on 09:21:30, 22/03/21 »
Their parents must be so proud of them
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Manchester Chat / Re: Plan to tackle abuse of women
« Last post by celeste on 20:52:35, 21/03/21 »
I don't know which years it was related to,  I'm guessing it was when Tony Lloyd was Commissioner - would it have made much difference?
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Manchester Chat / Re: Plan to tackle abuse of women
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 20:28:52, 21/03/21 »
"The second-highest number of domestic abuse-related incidents and offences perpetrated by officers were at Greater Manchester where 79 were recorded - which resulted in just one conviction."


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Computers & Tech / Re: BE AWARE.
« Last post by sofcookies on 20:06:01, 21/03/21 »
This site doesn't run the latest version of the software but it seems fairly safe.  As somebody else said adverts can add some risks but forum's by the very nature of not running flashy stuff can often be some of the safest. 
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Manchester Chat / Re: Just wandered back in
« Last post by sofcookies on 19:52:08, 21/03/21 »
It's years since I popped in here.   ;D   Just thought I'd say hello seen as there is a thread for those that have wandered back in.   
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