Covid-19: UK orders extra 40m doses of Valneva vaccine
01/02/2021 | news | health | 2,018
Deliveries will come towards next winter when people may need to be revaccinated.
So we're allowed a HYS on this particular vaccine supply news, but when it was what some might say was the hugely significant development of the EU threatening to ban exports of vaccines to the UK via Northern Ireland, after making such a fuss about the NI border themselves in the Brexit negotiations, we were NOT allowed a voice...

One might almost think the BBC has it's own political agenda...
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01/02/2021 12:23:32 18 4
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HYS means 'have your say' if anyone is wondering.
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01/02/2021 12:27:45 23 5
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My top rated comment on the HYS there was on this (which was not a pro EU comment) strangely got removed by the BBC.

Of course it is HYS soviet style, ie you CAN have your say but if it is popular and against their views, it does last long.
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01/02/2021 12:30:12 21 9
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I also notice that Biden and Pelosi didn't decide to take to Instagram to berate the EU for their own dastardly plan for the NI border, seemingly, that accolade is reserved purely for only when the UK mention the border. Hypocrites.
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01/02/2021 12:31:28 8 1
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They have also completely ignored the fact that the EU have still given individual countries the power to block exports of the vaccine - ie Belgium...(Pfizer- BionTech)...
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01/02/2021 12:32:08 12 10
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It was on for 2 days. Or do you know that and just want to create disinfomation to further your political agenda.
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01/02/2021 12:38:33 4 6
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EU has argument with one of the vaccine manufacturers.

Vaccine manufacturer concedes, promises loads more.

UK doing sterling work on roll out.

EU a bit behind.

Move along now - really not much more to see.
In case nobody has noticed HYS ceases at weekends, moderators must only work Monday to Friday, hence no HYS on any breaking news between 6pm Friday to 8am Monday. Removed
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01/02/2021 12:52:29 3 2
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The BBC editorial is left wing and NOT balanced
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01/02/2021 12:53:56 4 4
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The amount of unchallenged anti-EU nonsense on HYS alone is more than evidence enough against any censorship claim.

Honestly, the brass neck on Brexiteers complaining about BBC bias against you and censorship and having your voice silenced whilst you continue to post, tweet, message unobstructed, and fill tv and radio airtime and have the majority of representation in parliament. It's pathetic
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01/02/2021 13:02:45 1 1
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I trust that when we pass on surplus vaccines to the EU, it will be delivered by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight...just for old times' sake.
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01/02/2021 13:05:15 1 0
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There was one on Friday, you must have missed it...
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01/02/2021 12:19:12 9 28
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Interesting how all the racist tories are not addressing the fact that it is yet another vaccine produced by Europeans....
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01/02/2021 12:24:50 2 2
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Extremely badly
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So we're allowed a HYS on this particular vaccine supply news, but when it was what some might say was the hugely significant development of the EU threatening to ban exports of vaccines to the UK via Northern Ireland, after making such a fuss about the NI border themselves in the Brexit negotiations, we were NOT allowed a voice...

One might almost think the BBC has it's own political agenda...
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So we're allowed a HYS on this particular vaccine supply news, but when it was what some might say was the hugely significant development of the EU threatening to ban exports of vaccines to the UK via Northern Ireland, after making such a fuss about the NI border themselves in the Brexit negotiations, we were NOT allowed a voice...

One might almost think the BBC has it's own political agenda...
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In case nobody has noticed HYS ceases at weekends, moderators must only work Monday to Friday, hence no HYS on any breaking news between 6pm Friday to 8am Monday. Removed
Death Johnson is spreading CV19 in Yorkshire at the moment

It could not happen to a nicer place
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01/02/2021 12:58:38 3 0
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and they speak so highly of you
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01/02/2021 13:04:18 0 0
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You sound like a very unpleasant person.
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01/02/2021 13:05:21 0 0
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What a great person your not
You have my deepest sympathies Unionjack606. As you can probably tell from my username, I entirely agree. Every day the BBC forces us to make comments on their agenda. Is their no way anyone can help us to escape this perpetual torture?
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01/02/2021 12:59:06 1 2
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I'm forced to pay a license for the BBC, so shouldnt that mean I am entitled to use a service I have no choice but to pay for?
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01/02/2021 12:50:50 4 5
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No chance that the french will allow their vaccine to come to the UK.
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01/02/2021 12:58:33 2 8
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So we have secured 500 million doses so far for a population of around 70 million x 2 I presume for double dose, hope we are not giving this away and that some profit can be made to re balance economy.
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Oh dear how much more drivel are we fed? ‘A dead version of coronavirus’.

‘viruses can't die, for the simple reason that they aren't alive in the first place’ BBC Science

Which coronavirus? The common cold; MERS; SARS .....

That people allow themselves to be vaccinated with no idea what’s in it. Fear is a powerful thing.
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01/02/2021 13:10:52 19 2
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Good heavens, BBC just announced that the EU got it wrong triggering article 16
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Sturgeon has gone a bit quiet on this one!

Gives the UK a nice break from her persistent whining!
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01/02/2021 13:16:41 2 5
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You only have to put up with it for a few more years, when Scotland become independent
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01/02/2021 13:16:53 6 0
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Its since the EU ignored Ireland , she realises what an independent Scotlands profile would be
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01/02/2021 13:34:10 0 4
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Would take her whining over Johnson's bumbling and lies any day.
Do the English actually like or respect anyone else? Removed
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01/02/2021 13:18:28 5 3
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Danes are nice people , very similar to the English
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01/02/2021 13:19:55 5 0
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Yes. Do you?
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01/02/2021 13:20:20 3 0
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According to some, the UK has the highest death rate in the world, on that matter what help have other countries offered the UK?
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01/02/2021 13:22:04 5 0
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1) the UK developed a vaccine and offered it at cost price to the whole world (the only one not making a profit)
2) The UK has donated half a billion pounds to Covax, the WHO vaccination programme for poorer countries.
3) The UK has already offered to share any surplus.

The UK is doing more then any other country for the rest of humanity.
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01/02/2021 13:27:07 1 0
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Yes that’s why we’ve given £578m to COVAX to find vaccines for smaller nations
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"Do the English actually like or respect anyone else"?

I certainly don't. Happy now?
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And no one but your mum likes you? Removed
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01/02/2021 13:22:46 2 3
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We are english but sorry to say most now nasty me,me people,only think of themselves,you see them out and about, horrible
Comment posted by ProastioPrincess

"Do the English actually like or respect anyone else"?

I certainly don't. Happy now?
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And no one but your mum likes you? Removed
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01/02/2021 13:28:45 0 0
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My mum died 48 years ago.
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01/02/2021 13:36:44 0 2
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Who likes or respects the English these days? ??
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Being among the first with vaccines isn’t necessarily a good thing.

Especially when they’ve been rushed through out of desperation
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01/02/2021 13:50:37 0 0
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So you'll be be saying 'No thanks' when you're offered one, then?
01/02/2021 13:51:12 1 0
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I think you need to give this a rest given how many independent pharmas have all came up with vaccines that cleared trials.... Bill Gates cannot possibly have bribed them all to cheat so he can get microchips into us - in fact given he used to be a monopolist even if there were three alternatives it kind of invalidates that conspiracy BS
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01/02/2021 13:41:25 7 2
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Do you think any comment criticising the government should be allowed?

Why no HYS on the UK looking to sign up to the CPTPP?

Why no HYS on Labour's ridiculed teacher vaccination policy?

Why no comment on the EU's disastrous vaccine planning, and it's threats to invoke Article 16?
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01/02/2021 12:34:34 1 11
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The UK is trying to prevent others from having their vaccines in the first place.
Shameful!
The BBC must be getting worried and desperate; with Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng and Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi involved they can't really hammer the population with the 'racist' slur they use at every other opportunity!! Removed
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I don't know what version of the BBC you imagine, but it is not much like the real BBC....
01/02/2021 13:53:35 0 1
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Shame on those two for allowing themselves to be used by racists in the Ingerlish elite.
This positive PR story is allowed comments where as right of response to Tory MP Ross criticising SNP today was disallowed and my comment removed. Removed
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It was embarrassing to watch the brain-fart reaction from the EC on Friday.

Really, we came to expect emotional outbursts like that from Wrexiteers and not steady-hand Brussels.

They have really mis-managed the situations and heads should roll. Let's see whether they have higher integrity than the British politicians....
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What they use to call the flu now they call it covid 19
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He's probably incorrect - but apparently there is no flu this year, which is odd, to say the least!
Of course, there's no discussion on racial abuse in sport but the fact is that all kinds of abuse are endemic in football.

How does it suddenly become worse if a (true) description of the colour of someone's skin is added to a torrent of foul-mouthed invective?
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So, basically, what you want to 'discuss' is that racial abuse in football is OK really?
01/02/2021 14:36:29 0 0
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Are you on the correct forum?
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Of course, there's no discussion on racial abuse in sport but the fact is that all kinds of abuse are endemic in football.

How does it suddenly become worse if a (true) description of the colour of someone's skin is added to a torrent of foul-mouthed invective?
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01/02/2021 14:24:10 1 2
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Everyone hates the UK, even most of the people living here, me included and I'm a native. It's an embarrassing crap hole thanks to Brexit and Tory voters.
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Kate Bingham
Married to a Tory
At school with Boris's sister
Cosy with and lot's of buddies in Big Pharma
Spent taxpayers money on PR presenting vaccine rollout
Criticised by Select Committee
Didn't take a wage
Produced results
Quietly left the stage when up and running
What a nasty uber capitalistic crony she turned out to be !!
P.S. Do you think she'd be willing to work for Sheffield United
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Another bitter loser
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So so funny
https://twitter.com/skewspew?lang=en

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01/02/2021 14:20:31 1 0
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A compliment, even if backhanded, from a critic is surely of greater value than a compliment from a sycophant?
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01/02/2021 14:29:31 2 17
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Do these idiots in Downing Street really think that most people are going to get themselves vaccinated every year?

If most people are prepared to do this then the UK richly deserves the kind of governments we get!
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01/02/2021 14:51:15 4 2
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Anti vaxer post, must be an EUer
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RK replied:
Most countries made mistakes over care homes. Anyway it’s old news bow and boring
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106,000 plus dead, old new & boring try telling that to their family & friends you heartless B
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I hope the tragic incident in Norway where 23 elderly care home residents died shortly after receiving the Pfizer vaccine is being investigated and noted by MHRA. The yellow card scheme for adverse reaction reporting is not that easy to use. Already it has been critiqued and discussed in medical journals eg BMJ, Lancet etc. I obtain my information from science & medical journals not the BBC. Removed
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Anti Vax post, really these post should be removed, I’ve noticed a similarity in these post not too sure if one source or from one country, maybe they take their lead from Macron.

UK done well, so EUers out to distort destroy undermine, not too sure why, what’s their benefit unless sponsored
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01/02/2021 15:56:01 1 4
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I believe there is a charity where I can donate vaccines to 3rd world countries, I can't find it so would be grateful to receive a link.
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With the U.K. Rollout going well, at this rate Boris will be known as King of vaccines in Europe.
How's it going in Eu ursula van de leaving?
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He's gone quiet because the government is ACTUALLY delivering what they promised (for a change)
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01/02/2021 16:52:37 4 14
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Once again the flag waving little englanders with their football yob mentality crowing about meaningless World beating BS bluster

Uk may be doing better than many but it's STILL NOT GOOD ENOUGH
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