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    • The Metropolitan police have still failed to interview the cake which so maliciously ambushed the PM as he went about his 'lawful' business of sleaze, corruption and partying. (PM = Partying Minister)   Cressida Dick excused this in a statement claiming that the cake had been eaten, and as the complainant spreads such a vast, constant stream of s**t so far and wide, it was proving extremely difficult to locate the specific piece of evidence. She further stated that without that crucial specific evidence there could not be a case to answer.   update Dec 2079 Investigations are ongoing, and the cake is still top of the freeport state of Loondons most wanted list. In other business, The freeport states accounts committee questioned the 46 trillion loonbucks cost of the investigation to date,
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    • Ahh, more unsupported piffle regarding stats ....... so, I shall again ask you to "put your money where your mouth is" (not that I expect you to be able to show that you actually understand the real world detail for that which you pontificate about!)   James Tucker appears to understand the process, but doesn't give the details, so, with your expertise, you can illuminate us.   So, for  death within 28 days of a diagnosis of Covid: Which section of the certificate would diabetes be in then, if you are saying it would be on the death certificate ? Which section do the ONS actually use when deciding what to classify as the cause of death (for creating the statistics) (So, if diabetes is on there does it actually influence the ONS stats??)   While we are on a roll: If those people are wrong to say diabetes should be on the certificate: Do you think diabetes should be on the certificate or not? If you do think it should be on there, which section do you think should diabetes be in, and why?   How about if they had Covid within the last 28 days, but had recovered, were out shopping and had a heart attack (and then a fatal cardiac arrest) in a store: same questions but for both a) Covid, and b) diabetes.   How about if they had had Covid within the last 28 days. but had recovered, were going out shopping but got hit by a bus while crossing the road, suffering fatal injuries. Same questions (again, both for Covid and diabetes) which section and why.   If you are saying people misrepresent the data : for those examples, can you correctly / accurately classify that data (all the sections of the Medical Certificate of Cause of Death [MCCD}), so that ONS can collate it and report on it correctly  ....... (as its easy to spot off about certification, but even those who actually do it sometimes get these issues wrong!)   ..... I suspect you won't be able to answer the above, and will ignore the questions or skate over them with a trite reply , but bonus questions if you can : a) which are 'unnatural deaths' (and why)? b) Which should be reported to Her Majesty's Coroner?   Don't forget, if you get it wrong on any of the MCCD's issued the way you would have it, a GRO Registrar might HAVE to refuse the MCCD (causing the Registrant distress because they can't register the death after all.......and it goes to the coroner when the family aren't expecting it.)   So, these aren't solely academic concepts A) Accurate aggregated ONS data is important for health care planning, and B) each MCCD that a Registrar has to refuse adds misery to an already grieving family.
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