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#1 May 03, 2020 3:48 pm

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Mary Secole/Deportees - tough times

Getting kicked out of the 'mother land' . Covid 19 doing a number down  London Way.
Your favourite island *refuses* a pregnant woman , who later died  ( 3 hospitals )  …. can you believe it ?
T&T ' refuses' its nationals.
Guyana , who knows , what is going on there .

More prayer is needed ,  the Gospel Hall is closed , do it at home .
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Hope you   are keeping good , running at people houses and gossiping  is on hold for the moment.


..Got that right. lol

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#2 May 03, 2020 6:58 pm

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Re: Mary Secole/Deportees - tough times

OK, so I figured out it was a jamaican woman, and we know Grenada, and other Islands have closed borders, even for Natrionals if the country concerned camnot be sure it can provide adequate isolation locations.

But a little more detail please, otherwise it is empty words with no meaning.

Getting kicked out of the motherland, doing a number down London way. Elaborate. SMH.

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#3 May 03, 2020 9:36 pm

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Re: Mary Secole/Deportees - tough times

Mary Secole/Deportees from the Windrush generation ,  and a nurse or former   (I think..lol), has been shouting from the rooftops  about the treatment of West Indian men and women  by the Uk Govt. FOR A WHILE....when she appears   Kicking them out of London (UK ) after years and years.
AND now covid 19 problems.

Savvy ?

Less detail makes one  work . lol.


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#4 May 04, 2020 5:35 pm

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Re: Mary Secole/Deportees - tough times

Exactly, London is not the UK.

The latest stats show deprived areas around the country are those where the highest number of deaths occur. Whether whites in wales, Indians in Luton, or Blacks in Leyton.

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