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British government failing over 65s.   Share:  
Thrust of argument: In 2015 PressTV reported 'According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) some 28,800 people died in the fortnight ending January 23.

ONS said the flu virus and the cold snap are the main reasons behind the recent spike in winter deaths'.
Direction of resistance / implied resistance: We have to take this allegation seriously.

 

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Removal of resistance: We need to thoroughly ascertain how many unnecessary deaths are put down to 'old age' and are really caused by government neglect. Unification: And we must compile the figures showing who hoards the energy and what for, along with how they price it for the average over 65 year old British person. 38 degrees - have you covered this? If not, please do so.
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(TVhobo's estimated size of readership since 2013, mainly in the UK and USA, with Germany in third place:
over 200,000 readers across approximately 200 cities/towns

 

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