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Saw these, thought they might be of interest?

 

Granted, the first letter, predates the announcement/suggestion from the Platinum Jubilee Medal.

Neither of which confirm whether there is going to be a Rescript/Talla award, but neither do they dismiss the concept either.

Cost can’t be a factor, as both the NHS and Police Service Scotland have received bonuses and pay rises as a result of their efforts during the current Pandemic.

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1 hour ago, Zulu_00 said:

Can't hear it at all?

Can’t assist with that, I’m afraid.
 

But in a nutshell mention is made of the preposition for a National Service  Medal, in relation to the efforts connected to the Covid pandemic. The PM confirms a committee is reviewing….

 

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1 minute ago, bigjarofwasps said:

Can’t assist with that, I’m afraid.
 

But in a nutshell mention is made of the preposition for a National Service  Medal, in relation to the efforts connected to the Covid pandemic. The PM confirms a committee is reviewing….

 

Excellent mate, thanks a million for the update. 14 minutes into that video I'm just hearing arguing

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3 hours ago, Zulu_00 said:

Excellent mate, thanks a million for the update. 14 minutes into that video I'm just hearing arguing

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to be honest I think the clip has been updated on YouTube, it now appears in the first few minutes. 
 

Scroll along to this bit.

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https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/in-your-area/nuneatons-hospital-praised-boris-johnson-22877351.amp
 

 

During Prime Minister's Question Time earlier today (January 26) he spoke about the special medal that has been given to staff and volunteers at the George Eliot Hospital to honour their efforts during the pandemic.

 

He said that the government plans to follow suit and issue a national measure to mark the efforts of NHS workers.

 

The PM made the announcement after Craig Tracey, Bedworth and North Warwickshire's MP, spoke during the weekly event in the Commons.

"The George Eliot Hospital has recently issued all of its staff, volunteers and helpers with a medal in recognition of the work they have done and continue to do through the Covid pandemic," Mr Tracey said.

 

"Would the Prime Minister join me in thanking them for their incredible work they have done, including the specialist teams such as palliative care, who have had to act as surrogate families for patients whose family have been unable to attend due to restrictions.

"Will he consider following their lead and issuing a national service medal for all of our key workers who have done such an outstanding job keeping our country going through the pandemic."

 

The Prime Minister replied: "I am pleased that so many of the volunteers and staff at the George Eliot Hospital have been recognised. I have seen the medal and I think it is lovely.

 

"As I have told the House before, we are establishing a UK commission on Covid commemoration to consider how we can commemorate everything we have all been through."

 

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4 minutes ago, bigjarofwasps said:

https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/in-your-area/nuneatons-hospital-praised-boris-johnson-22877351.amp
 

 

During Prime Minister's Question Time earlier today (January 26) he spoke about the special medal that has been given to staff and volunteers at the George Eliot Hospital to honour their efforts during the pandemic.

 

He said that the government plans to follow suit and issue a national measure to mark the efforts of NHS workers.

 

The PM made the announcement after Craig Tracey, Bedworth and North Warwickshire's MP, spoke during the weekly event in the Commons.

"The George Eliot Hospital has recently issued all of its staff, volunteers and helpers with a medal in recognition of the work they have done and continue to do through the Covid pandemic," Mr Tracey said.

 

"Would the Prime Minister join me in thanking them for their incredible work they have done, including the specialist teams such as palliative care, who have had to act as surrogate families for patients whose family have been unable to attend due to restrictions.

"Will he consider following their lead and issuing a national service medal for all of our key workers who have done such an outstanding job keeping our country going through the pandemic."

 

The Prime Minister replied: "I am pleased that so many of the volunteers and staff at the George Eliot Hospital have been recognised. I have seen the medal and I think it is lovely.

 

"As I have told the House before, we are establishing a UK commission on Covid commemoration to consider how we can commemorate everything we have all been through."

 

Any pictures of the gong mate?

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