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Twelve weeks - First week - what shall I do ? I'll start a list:

1. Learn to play the guitar ?
2. Tidy up my garden ?
3. Read books.
4. Try and write a blog
5. Make some soup.
6. Invent something.
7. Look out of the window.

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"It's got a new cover" he chortled.

All proceeds to the the NHS ?

What do you think ?

This is unbelievable !

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How the hell did this happen ?


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https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED%3ANOTICE%3A309303-2020%3ATEXT%3AEN%3AHTML&src=0 )

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Since then her profile has been very low, I'm glad to say. 

Until yesterday that is....

According to the Daily Mail website, 9/4/2020:

Ms Patel, who has not been seen or heard in public since March 23, said in an unexpected radio interview this evening that police must not act in a 'heavy-handed' manner during the coronavirus lockdown. 

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