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OMG #Channel4akeNews @Channel4News just had expert epidemiologist on saying we never invested in reducing spread by aerosols by installing sophisticated ventilation in buildings

What happened to £BILLIONS #HospitalityIndustry invested in sophisticated aircon

Just B4 #SmokingBan
OMG #LOBsterOTOMY patient #CathyNewMAN Breaks off interview to shout at closed door of #Number10!!! ImageImage
OMG #PorridgeOBrain of #Channel4akeNews @Channel4News obsessing about unaccompanied miners heading for the Kent coast

I thought the Kent coalfields were one of the first to be shut down

Someone needs to tell them we don't have any coal mines

And coal has been banned in the UK!
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When you’re in a pub, restaurant, bar or café and things are out of stock, a bit slow, or generally less than perfect. Please have a little think before you kick off at the staff.

Your mate who decided they didn’t want to go back to their job driving a lorry….
They didn’t deliver your favourite beer or food… that’s why it’s not available.

Your friend’s kid who stayed at Tesco and didn’t go back behind the bar, that’s why the service is a bit slow, they’re a person down.
The chef you know who became a gardener and now prefers flowers to flour, they are why your lunch is taking a bit longer, because the person who did come back is on their own, hot, tired and doing their best.
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Yesterday I sat in on an excellent (booked out) #economics webinar with expert input from Dr Carolina Alves, Prof Stephen Kinsella and Dr. Catriona Cahill examining the impact of #COVID19 on UK and IRE.

#BusinessIntelligence
#recovery
#economicresponse

Here are my notes!
Short sharp shocks: It's important to separate the 'scenarios' from the 'forecasts'. The first is narrative-based! We are assuming a short, sharp shock. Short - (a quarter); sharp (as seen in unemployment figures); and a shock - this wasn't predicted.
One key differentiator in this crisis is that there is no one entity to blame. Not bad banks, or bondholders. We really are all in this together.
#economicresponse
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