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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by dennisboothstash, Oct 29, 2020.
almost guaranteed Tier 3
Hasn't the head health officer in 'Ull already said we'll be in tier 3?
Even if where I live is in tier 2 my local won't be open as it is a "wet" pub. Has anyone come across a dry pub?
It's not up to them, we almost certainly will be, but nobody locally has any say.
Hull is in tier 3.
BBC reporting Hull in Tier 3 along with Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Kent.
Seems a bit odd that all of Kent would be in Tier 3, it’s a massive county!
Tier 3: Very High alert
Tees Valley Combined Authority:
Redcar and Cleveland
North East Combined Authority:
Newcastle upon Tyne
Blackburn with Darwen
Yorkshire and The Humber
Birmingham and Black Country
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull
Derby and Derbyshire
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Leicester and Leicestershire
Slough (remainder of Berkshire is tier 2: High alert)
Kent and Medway
Same with Greater Manchester - here in Trafford we're quite a way below the national average but still get lumped in Tier 3 because regions of the county miles away are above average. Arbitary boundaries are what defines it.
Don’t reply to me please Alty, I don’t want to catch covid off you
You will be alright we aren't on 5G.
Don't go to work when sick, 'peculiar' Brits told,
"Why in Britain do we think it's acceptable to soldier on and go into work if you have flu symptoms or a runny nose, thus making your colleagues ill?
"We are peculiarly unusual and outliers in soldiering on and still going to work, and it kind of being the culture that 'as long as you can get out of bed you still should get into work'. That should change.
Maybe because we can't get a Drs appointment in a reasonable time frame or afford time off you thick prat.
Slough tier 3, Berkshire tier 2.
There's going to be some busy pubs on some boundaries.
Exactly. I live in a tier 3 area. I have a pub less than two miles away that is in a tier 2 area. It’s crackers.
I get that there's more too it, like bed availability etc, but...London with a rising rate, tier 2, Yorkshire with a falling rate, tier 3, and that's without considering the data that underpins this.
Or they're on zero hours and don't get sick pay, or they work for a twat of a boss who has no idea on people management or their absence is monitored via the Bradford Score and the higher their score the lower their job security.
Just another example of how some people have no idea how the majority live.
If it was down to Assem, we'd be in Tier 8.
Or they could be like I was, a dedicated workaholic. Honest...
Many on here are a dedicated <something> holic, but it does involve dedication to a job.
Strange name for a pub
If you had been in there you would understand.