VERY HIGH ALERT (2020) - How to recognise addiction during the Coronavirus lockdown. In small amounts this often does not cause issues for individuals but how do you know if it’s getting out of hand? A good place to start is to ask yourself – why am I using this? Is it because I’m bored? Is it something I use to reward myself? Am I trying to escape negative feelings such as stress? Cannabinoids Block Cellular Entry of SARS-CoV-2 - - - TORIES very little help by
MASS SURVEILLANCE (2021) - A person can arrest any other person committing what they call an arrestable offence, but only a police officer can arrest someone on reasonable suspicion of an arrestable offence. If he doesn’t see it, but thinks someone did it, then they can arrest them. If you see a police officer do something illegal, you can arrest them. Examples of police misconduct include police brutality, dishonesty, fraud, coercion, torture to force confessions, abuse of authority, and sexual assault, including the demand for sexual favors in exchange for leniency. - Genderqueer Human Rights Deity by

PROTECT THE NHS > SAVE LIVES (2021) - The Royal College of Nursing calculated the average annual pay for an NHS Nurse as being £33,384, an average of £140 per day for a 5 day week. The Conservative party leader Theresa May used the phrase “There is no magic money tree” in response to a nurse who hasn’t had a pay rise for 8 years. Clap for the NHS is a social movement created as a gesture of appreciation for the workers of the National Health Service during the global Coronavirus pandemic. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has paid Boston Consulting Group (BCG) around £10m, for a team of 40 consultants to work for four months on Test and Trace. BCG’s “day rates” for public sector work, which determine the cost of its service, range from £2,400 to £7,360 for its most senior employees. More consultants had been hired to work on Test and Trace. They include from Deloitte, EY and KPMG, with further roles potentially available for consultants. There is no information about how DHSC will secure value for money from the consultants. The total value of contracts awarded by the government in response to COVID-19 is running into tens of billions. Meanwhile the Conservative government under Boris Johnson who was hospitalised by Coronavirus has recommended that NHS staff in England should receive a 1% pay increase in 2021-22. Many other public-sector workers will have their pay frozen,  with the government warning that the country’s finances are under “huge pressure” because of the pandemic. The 1% increase was recommended by the DHSC.