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So Theresa May must be accountable for the Windrush Scandal too because https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taA14IVIm9g was page one of http://www.itv.com/london for Windrush 70. But the https://www.gov.uk when Theresa May was Prime Minister rejected https://petition.parliament.uk#standards for an inquiry in the Early Years Sector when http://www.peachespublications.co.uk sent me 3 copies of the REVIEWS I could not access on LEYF website.
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Please look at the patterns of discrimination from I represented myself at https://careers.kch.nhs.uk to find out why LEYF claim not to have any data for me when I applied for http://www.ico.org.uk in 2018. Refer to Dr. Maria Hudson’s at http://www.acas.org.uk/researchpapers for why I am challenging http://www.gov.uk/dbs for joining in the discrimination against me.
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There is a GP Dr JOANNA PENNACK GMC 7283629 at Nexus Health Group Bermondsey & Lansdown Medical Mission 6 Decima Street London SE1 4DX Telephone 02074038209 who must be #reported to the Medical Council along with Linda Dobson of www.gov.uk/studentfinance at email@example.com and Twitter/SLCcomms at Twitter for the #discrimination of Mervelee Ratty Nembhard under the Equality Act Protected Characteristics
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Yours sincerelyIt is a fact I raised concerns at https://www.jobs.nhs.uk from 2004. Then in 2015 my email was used by LEYF for online DBS application. The https://www.voicetheunion.org.uk are involved and http://unison.org.uk must be charged too. They overturned the UK Government Employment Law for employees to pay to take employers to the Employment Tribunal. The UK Government Legal System is Institutionally Racist hence the second miscarriages of justice at https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-2300047-2016 happened to keep me in Stockholm Syndrome jail for seven years.
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Paulina We added a notice to your post. MM Updates: In light of the fact that I was once an INFLUENCER I will send the Cyberbullying Criminals of above mentioned Social Media covering for LEYF to go check https://www.google.com MAPS for why am getting 200,000 views on my photos.
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The post includes information that independent fact-checkers said was false. MM Updates: Why does Facebook keep sending emails to me? This is no different from the scammers and https://www.ryanclement.com who targeted me. Then http://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk and http://www.courtenforcementltd.co.uk are platforms for scammers. False Information in a Post That You Shared. MM Updates: Who is Facebook that targeted me on behalf of LEYF from 18/9/2015 to talk about false information when I have to talk out a grievance against them when the Legal Team contacted me on behalf of http://www.bwbllp.com when the judgment that defamed my name was posted online after 5 months when https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site became my investment to share the fact of the Modern Slavery thriving in the UK. I sent to report to http://www.theguardian.com in 2018.
|ARNOLD E TOMLINSONDate: 27-09-2021Your NHS number: 462 977 4653Dear ARNOLD E TOMLINSON,I am writing to you because you were previously identified as clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. This means you were thought to be at high risk of becoming very ill if you caught the virus and may have been advised to shield in the past.The Government wrote to you in March to tell you that shielding advice was being paused from 1st April 2021. Since 19th July 2021, you have been advised to follow the same guidance as everyone else, whilst potentially thinking about extra precautions you could take to reduce your chance of catching COVID-19.Now that vaccination has been offered to all of the adult population, including those previously identified as clinically extremely vulnerable, and other treatments and care pathways are available, I believe it is the right time to end the shielding programme. This means that given the current situation you will not be advised to shield in the future and we will not be providing specific national guidance for you to follow.You should continue to follow the same general guidance as everyone else, which can be found at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus, in addition to any condition specific advice you may have been given by your specialist in recent weeks. As someone with a health condition you might also want to think about extra things you can do to keep yourself and others safe. This could include:1. considering whether you and those you are meeting have been vaccinated – you might want to wait until 14 days after everyone’s second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine before being in close contact with others2. considering continuing to practise social distancing if that feels right for you and your friends3. asking friends and family to take a rapid lateral flow antigen test before visiting you4. asking home visitors to wear face coverings5. avoiding crowded spacesAt the start of the pandemic we knew very little about the threat posed by COVID-19 and made the difficult decision to advise people we considered to be clinically extremely vulnerable to shield to protect themselves from the virus. That was the right decision at the time and helped keep the most vulnerable safe whilst we learnt more about COVID-19.I know shielding advice is restrictive and that it may affect both mental and physical wellbeing. It is therefore important that we get the balance right between protecting vulnerable people and helping everyone get back to a normal life.Although cases have gone up, there has not been the same increase in people becoming seriously ill and needing to go to hospital or dying. This is mostly because the vaccination programme has been so successful. Being vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and other people. Vaccines are very effective at stopping people from getting seriously ill from COVID-19 so I would strongly encourage you to get all recommended doses of the vaccine.All Government decisions on shielding advice have been led by the latest scientific evidence and advice has been kept up to date. Now that the risk of becoming very ill is lower, I believe the time is right to end the shielding programme and recommend people with underlying health conditions return to their usual personal care patterns.COVID-19 vaccinesAlthough most people will be well protected by the vaccine, no vaccine is 100% effective. In particular, people who are immunosuppressed may not respond as well to COVID-19 vaccines as others. That is why the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advised on 1st September that people over the age of 12 who were severely immunosuppressed at or around the time of their first or second dose, should be offered a third dose of the vaccine to increase their chances of being protected against COVID-19 as part of their primary immunisation course. This advice might apply to you if you have a condition or take medication that affects your immune system but not everyone receiving this letter will be eligible for a third dose. More detail on who it applies to can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/third-primary-covid-19-vaccine-dose-for-people-who-are-immunosuppressed-jcvi-advice.All COVID-19 vaccines should offer some protection so even if you have a condition or take medication that affects your immune system, you should still have the vaccine. The vaccine programme remains open and available for all those who are eligible. If you can’t have the vaccine for whatever reason, or if you are immunosuppressed, you should strongly consider taking the precautions listed at the start of this letter to help keep yourself and others safe.Separately, the JCVI has published advice on the vaccine booster programme which can be found here: (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/jcvi-statement-september-2021-covid-19-booster-vaccine-programme-for-winter-2021-to-2022/jcvi-statement-regarding-a-covid-19-booster-vaccine-programme-for-winter-2021-to-2022). It recommends that “individuals who received vaccination in Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme (priority groups 1 to 9) should be offered a third dose COVID-19 booster vaccine. This includes:1. those living in residential care homes for older adults2. all adults aged 50 years or over3. frontline health and social care workers4. all those aged 16 to 49 years with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of severe COVID-19 (as set out in the green book: (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-the-green-book-chapter-14a), and adult carers5. adult household contacts (aged 16 or over) of immunosuppressed individuals”You will be invited to book your vaccine by the NHS at least 6 months after your second dose if it is recommended for you.I understand you may have concerns, and everyone will feel differently about their own risk, particularly those who may be less well protected by the vaccine.If you are immunosuppressed and have any concerns about what this means for you, then please raise this with your specialist at your next routine appointment. They can provide you with support and guidance on any extra measures you can take to further reduce your risk of infection. Your GP is unlikely to be able to advise you on shielding issues as this requires specialist knowledge, so I would suggest not contacting them with queries about the shielding list. GPs are still open for general medical issues.If you have not yet been vaccinated with your first or second dose then I would urge you to do so, and if you are eligible, to take the offer of a booster when it is your turn, to help keep you well.Other treatmentsOver the coming months we expect new treatments for COVID-19 to become available. When this happens, we will advise which patients could benefit.It is really important that if you do a test because you have COVID-19 symptoms, you accurately enter your NHS Number and postcode into the Government website (found here https://test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/register-home-test) so that your test result can be matched to your health records. Doing this will mean the NHS can contact you if you might benefit from a treatment.Access to NHS ServicesIt is important that you continue to receive the care and support you need to help you stay safe and well. You should continue to get medical help from the NHS and other health providers for your existing health conditions and any new health concerns. You can access a range of NHS services from home, including ordering repeat prescriptions or contacting your health professional through an online consultation. To find out more visit https://www.nhs.uk/health-at-home, or download the NHS App. If you have an urgent medical need, you can access support and local services online at NHS 111 online (https://111.nhs.uk/), or call NHS 111 for free if you cannot use the internet. For a medical emergency, dial 999.Mental Health SupportIt is also really important to look after your mental health. You can access the Every Mind Matters website (https://www.nhs.uk/every-mind-matters) for advice and practical steps that you can take to support your wellbeing and manage your mental health. You can also access the Hub of Hope (https://www.hubofhope.co.uk) which tells you about support available in your area by entering your postcode.If you or someone you care for is experiencing a mental health crisis, I urge you to make contact with a local health professional immediately. If you don’t have a health professional that you talk to regularly about your mental health, free NHS 24/7 crisis hotlines are available in every part of the country. You can find your local service at: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/mental-health/find-an-urgent-mental-health-helpline or by searching ‘NHS crisis lines’.Your local council may also run support networks or hubs, and there might be charities in your area that can provide you with any extra help you need. Your local council’s website will have more information about this.As restrictions ease, many people will still feel lonely and isolated so it will be more important than ever to take action if you or someone you know is feeling lonely. Please visit https://letstalkloneliness.co.uk/ to access advice and support.NHS Volunteer Responders are also available to help with things like collecting shopping, medication, or other essential supplies, and with transport to medical appointments. They can also provide a regular, friendly phone call. More information is available at https://www.nhsvolunteerresponders.org.uk, or you can call 0808 196 3646 between 8am and 8pm.Other SupportI know that the COVID-19 pandemic may have had a significant impact on many aspects of your life, particularly when you were advised to shield. If you are struggling financially, or with returning to work, there are a range of services that may be useful depending on eligibility.Access to Work can offer practical support to people who have a health condition that affects the way they work. The scheme can offer support, including mental health support for people returning to work after a period of furlough or shielding, and travel-to-work support for those who may no longer be able to safely travel by public transport. For more information, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/access-to-work.If you are struggling financially, you may also be eligible to apply for Universal Credit or Employment Support Allowance. For more information on benefits, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/financial-help-disabled.Supermarkets stopped providing priority access to supermarket slots to clinically extremely vulnerable people on the advice of government on 21st June. Different supermarkets may have their own policies on priority access to supermarket slots, however.Your local council may also be able to help if you are in need of support. You can find your local council here: https://www.gov.uk/find-local-council.You can also find advice published by ACAS and developed in conjunction with the flexible working task-force on hybrid working here: https://www.acas.org.uk/hybrid-working.Your DataDuring periods of shielding, you may have registered your details with the National Shielding Service System to get support; this has now ended. The privacy notice for this service has now been updated in line with the decision to end the shielding programme. If you’d like to find out more about your personal data, please see the updated privacy notice here: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus-shielding-support.NHS Digital maintains clinical records of patients and their treatments in accordance with all appropriate data governance requirements. For more information about how NHS Digital uses your personal data, please see their Transparency Notice here: https://digital.nhs.uk/coronavirus/shielded-patient-list/shielded-patient-list-transparency-notice.I know that the pandemic has been a difficult time for everyone and recognise that it has been particularly hard if you have been advised to take extra precautions. The decision to include you as part of what was the clinically extremely vulnerable group was made to help keep you safe, based on the information that we had at the time. I thank you for your efforts to keep yourself and others safe.Yours sincerely,RT HON SAJID JAVID MPThis letter will be available in different languages and formats, including easy read, on GOV.UK. 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You shared a photo. MM Updates: Please visit https://youtu.be/5irCkGICRo for why http://www.gov.uk/studentfinance will be exposed as another cyberbully. Sep 25, 2021Independent fact-checkers reviewed a similar photo and said it was false. MM Updates: Refer to https://youtu.be/8g-7jUGZook for why I don’t give a toss about Independent Fact-Checkers. Sep 28, 2021Facebook determined your post has the same false photo and added a notice to the post. MM Updates: Facebook is just a CYBER CRIMINAL giving platforms to TERRORISTS like https://youtu.be/OFA_3iD2wM0 for more. People who repeatedly share false information might have their posts moved lower in News Feed so other people are less likely to see them. MM Updates: How about Cyber Criminals at Facebook check https://youtu.be/Vua-mm4ABjI for how Mervelee Myers keep records of Racists http://www.met.police.uk Officers.
| Mervelee, This week could have been Labour’s week to set our country on a new course. Labour Party members wanted it, other progressive parties wanted it, the public wanted it. But Labour, or more precisely Keir Starmer and his team, didn’t. Starmer could have easily persuaded one or two unions like Unison and USDAW to back the call for PR. He could have used his new ‘vision’ to make a firm commitment to equal votes and better representation. He could have lifted a finger for a real democracy. But he decided not to. During his leadership election campaign, he said: ‘we’ve got to address the fact that millions of peoples vote in safe seats, and they feel their votes don’t count’. Well this week was your chance, Keir, and you did nothing. So despite 83% of Labour members wanting PR, despite over 300 CLPs passing pro-PR resolutions and it being the most well-supported motion at conference, you did nothing but support a voting system that only works for the benefit of the Tories. Well second place isn’t good enough for us. It’s not good enough to stop climate chaos or heal our fractured society. We look to Germany and get a glimpse of what we want – a better future most likely led by a social democratic party but involving Greens and Liberals. We want that future. And we mean to have it. Today we pledge: To work with every progressive party and citizen who wants proportional representation so that we can tackle the climate crisis and build a more equal society. We will work with every Labour supporter, member, councillor and MP who wants PR – that is now the vast majority. And we will work with every progressive of every stripe who wants a new democracy for a new society. Over the coming weeks and months Compass, working with others, will set out how to achieve this pledge – how we use our votes, activism and money to mobilise a progressive majority for change.Be a part of it – take the pledge with us. We were hoping for the best news from Brighton. We were proud to be part of Labour for a New Democracy. But let’s face it – Keir Starmer or any leader can’t ever really let us down. Only we can let ourselves down – by giving up or wasting our energy.The fight for a new politics is just starting – it’s clear we can’t wait for Labour’s leadership to do it for us. It was always going to come from us. That is why we must take the pledge and work to get hundreds of thousands of our fellow citizens to do the same. And it’s why we will set up local Compass groups in every target seat and area to build a Rebel Alliance for change. PR was never just about how we count votes, but about how we count the wellbeing of people and the planet. It was about a new democracy to build a new society. We live without illusions, while never ever being disillusioned. Today we found out that is down to us. In truth it always was. Let the fight for a new democracy for a new society begin. Take the pledge with us and take the journey with us. In hope and determination, The Compass team P.S. On Tuesday evening, we rally at Labour Conference for the Progressive Alliance we need to deliver a new democracy and a change of government. Join us in person or by livestream to find out where we go from here. Already a member? We may have a different email address associated with your membership. Or if you’ve only joined recently, it may take a moment for our systems to catch up. Please contact us at email@example.com and we’ll make sure your record is updated. Compass — Together for a Good Society Ltd.|
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From Independent Fact-Checkers FACT CHECK: No, Victoria Police Did Not Strike Melbourne Protestors With A ‘Brown Note Acoustic Weapon’. MM Updates: The https://www.policeconduct.gov.uk MOPAC failing to act about the two attempts on me in my home. To section me on a malicious report from http://www.peachespublications.co.uk who was later allowed to run advertisements on Facebook to scam people. Then came to MURDER me to cover up http://www.leyf.org.uk PAEDOPHILE RINGS that the https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachmentdata/file/903473/pace-code-c-2019.pdf might clear up.Check Your Fact. MM Updates: Go check the fact at http://www.hctgroup.org about the statistic of 1 in 5 of all suicides are associated with unemployment. When I did not become that I am to be 600,000 elderly people say they leave their homes once per week or less.
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- The Mayor’s role
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Your DNA looks most like DNA from these 9 world regions
We compare your DNA against a worldwide reference panel to see which populations your DNA looks most like.How do we calculate this?
- Benin & Togo25%
- Ivory Coast & Ghana9%
- Cameroon, Congo & Western Bantu Peoples9%
- England & Northwestern Europe3%
- Sweden & Denmark1%
- Southern Bantu Peoples1%
See other regions tested1,500+
Updated September 2021
Your DNA connects you to 1 genetic community.
Communities form when we identify AncestryDNA members whose ancestors probably came from the same place or cultural group.How this works
- Afro-Jamaicans1750—1950Connected to your regions: Benin & Togo; Nigeria; Cameroon, Congo & Western Bantu Peoples
Where your family lives today
You are genetically related to these other AncestryDNA members.
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