Your sarcasm does not hide the fact that all the surges in the northern towns are within the Asian populace who inhabit the former mill towns.
But, unlike many in Mill towns, they don’t live in the same household.
Think you've missed how this govt handle thisThey wouldn't do anything like this on Christmas eve, and people wouldn't comply if they did.
In the interest of balanced reporting .....It is now "safe" to reveal some numbers that are now publicly released.
As part of the day job we get to see the Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) figures.
Earlier in this thread I mentioned that Highfields & Spinney Hills (predominantly South Asian/Muslim areas) had a massive problem due to cultural, economic, sociatal & religious behaviour.
The "Leicester Problem" is to the East of the City.... the Council know it but won`t say it.
On the graph I live in the area of Dane Hills & Western Park we have 33 positive test cases.
The Spinney Hill area has 421 almost 15 times our local "rate".
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I was just providing the evidence to back up my previous "vile racist reporting" of the reality.
I know you were. I wasn't contradicting or challenging your post.I was just providing the evidence to back up my previous "vile racist reporting" of the reality.
It is a predominantly Asian "problem" in this City but nobody has the cahoona`s to say it so we all "suffer".
Now the local measures are not an issue for me, but for a lot of people, who are less tolerant, they really are a problem.
I think you'll find the ground sloped more in the LRT half of the pitch than it did in the CLT half, it was most definitely curved. A flat pitch would have had a uniform gradient.Probably more often than you. I was a supporter and season ticket holder from the early 60's back in the old Southern League days. Even so, it was still flat not curved!