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    No. I've heard repeated mention of pubs being...

    No. I've heard repeated mention of pubs being allowed to stay open if they serve substantial meals - typically gastropubs or carveries rather than pickled onions or crisps - but not that a person...
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    This is very funny!...

    This is very funny!
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    I wasn't aware that a person had to actually have...

    I wasn't aware that a person had to actually have a substantial meal, rather I thought the idea was that pubs could stay open if they were in the practice of serving substantial meals, whether or not...
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    You could do a lot worse. Sharpe's :pray:...

    You could do a lot worse.



    Sharpe's :pray:
    Fuller's
    Camden Town Brewery
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    Speaking of which, I was walking along here...

    Speaking of which, I was walking along here yesterday evening, the road name triggering a partial recollection, then remembered that the big C lives here.
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    Sticky: Ilkley's Lotus IPA at the Lord Tredegar. Pig &...

    Ilkley's Lotus IPA at the Lord Tredegar.
    Pig & Porter's Purest Green at the Pembury.

    Both joint BOTW.
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    I don't see how it's beneficial either way. If a...

    I don't see how it's beneficial either way. If a person lives in a High risk area and they move to a lower risk area, all they do is increase the risk to those living in that area. If a person moves...
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    Paywall protected.:( You should have taken...

    Paywall protected.:(



    You should have taken pictures of them then submitted them to The Grauniad - they'd have loved that. Still, at least you didn't book a table at the Peoples Park Tavern and...
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    So if a person buys two pasties, they'll be ok....

    So if a person buys two pasties, they'll be ok. But if a person goes to a gastropub and decides just to have a pint, then they are at serious risk, seems to be the pointless rubbish argument put out...
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    What Constitutes a 'Substantial Meal'?

    If I go to a gastropub which sells minimalist pretentious stuff or to a pub which doesn't do food, but I have a pickled egg for starters, scotch egg for mains and a packet of salt and vinegar for...
  11. Thread: Dead Link, E3.

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    Dead Link, E3.

    The Lord Tredegar

    The Remarkable Restaurants link is dead and this pub is no longer owned by them.

    Ta.
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    This crawl goes to prove that you can't have your...

    This crawl goes to prove that you can't have your cake and eat it. ;)

    I think the best way to get round the 'same household' rule is for people to say they have undergone a civil marriage. If they...
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    I heard an interview with the landlady of The...

    I heard an interview with the landlady of The Florist Arms a day or two ago on Radio 4, saying that she was struggling to cope with the lack of customers. I decided to go and 'support' it, but found...
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    An amusing comparison!...

    An amusing comparison!:D
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    Supposedly very popular on a Saturday and...

    Supposedly very popular on a Saturday and universally liked by 28 reviewers, so why is it empty? My experience is that all pubs are more full (rules aside) and some with huge crowds outside. Perhaps...
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    More pub gloom....

    More pub gloom.
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    Yes. The Bluetooth element uses a strong element...

    Yes. The Bluetooth element uses a strong element of proximity for a certain period of time, so a fleeting pass won't have any effect. The NHS app requires very little information which supposedly...
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    No. The only thing with Androids currently...

    No. The only thing with Androids currently broadcast by the BBC would be Battlestar Galactica.;)
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    That's just bad luck. I'm sure people could make...

    That's just bad luck. I'm sure people could make sacrifices. My sister and mother live in Oxford only a mile apart and she with the young teenage kids meet up with their mother for a walk in the...
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    Yes. It increasingly seems that the upsurge has...

    Yes. It increasingly seems that the upsurge has occurred since schools and universities reopened. The most obvious thing to do would be to drop this joy of six rubbish - it's far too large a group...
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    Yes. The NHS app requires virtually no data...

    Yes. The NHS app requires virtually no data because all you need in reality is a phone number to send a text alert - that's it. You're right as far as this being an article of sensationalist...
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    Perhaps the plague is rampant where you live....

    Perhaps the plague is rampant where you live. When I access the app it tells me that the risk is Medium in my area, but I rarely go out in my area. When I'm in other boroughs - let alone postcodes -...
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    E8, Totally Foxed.

    The Fox

    Something's not right with this link so needs to be deleted.

    Ta.
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    The app is by far the easiest I've used, but it...

    The app is by far the easiest I've used, but it seems that some gormless pubs don't have the NHS QR matrix codes up. I've not heard anything about the sale of information, the Government wanting...
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    Yes it is a shame. It was the most 'pubby'...

    Yes it is a shame. It was the most 'pubby' CBeebies that I'd visited, though it's a shame they didn't retain the old Lord Wolsey name. I liked the 1.00 am Fri/Sat licence. I often went to the...
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