Backdoor to Britain (via Turkey): How airline passengers flying from 'red list' destinations are avoiding costly £1,750 UK quarantine by staying for 10 days in Istanbul hotels for a quarter of price
Rules state people returning to UK from red list countries need hotel quarantine
But UK regulations only impact people coming from red list areas in last ten days
It means people are flying to non-red list destinations on the way back
They stay there for ten days at fraction of the cost before flying home
I think Corbyn demoting one of his own female councilors (Sarah Champion), because she dared to speak up about pak grooming in her constituency said it all. I come from a traditionally Labour supporting background but after the international havoc created by Blair and his American puppet master, I went right off that. That isn't to say that the Tories weren't keen as hell to jump into those wars as well btw.
Honestly speaking, I think the pandemic has been handled quite well in the UK, despite continual attempts by Tories to racialise it.
If we are going to get into the matter of apnay's political donutery, especially in relation to angreezis, that's a whole subject in itself, spanning centuries......... apnay blokes can be as gullible a hell. Which is surprising because normally chors and hairaa feerhee karan walay are usually quite good at recognising other people who operate along these lines??? But with too many apnay, they seem to seriously think chunnhnah shines out of angreezis bhund. lol
No I don't think so that he lists the source. I hv heard it's mentioned in bhai bala vali janamsakhi and has the paathh of 7 shloks too.
There is another gita of Guru Nanak Dev ji of about 100 shloks with the udasis which is in Sanskrit. Udasis claim it was recited by Guru Nanak Dev ji to Sri Chand ji and Sri chand ji wrote it. It used to be in print but no more as modern Sikhs hv given up reading literature.
Gurwinder Singh nangli , a great scholar at baba bakala Sahib has it's printed copy. His no. +91 9914647591
This being said: I'm not remotely keen on 'Sikh protests' myself. I've been to a few, including the first Hyde Park one for 84.
From what I've seen they don't actually get anything achieved apart from giving people from up north or the midlands a day out in central London.