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Member since Mar 2008 • Last active Aug 2021

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    Yeah, has the ceiling space. So much space! There are even 12v sockets up there. And little storage spots under the rear seat foot wells.

    The "bed" has a panel that flaps over the seats to take the weight away the back rests. So in theory it should be fine, but it needs tinkering to get the height of that bit perfect. Middle bit of the bed sits directly on the rear seats though. But I think it should be fine while folded flat.

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    DIY boot jump for our Berlingo. Not on the same level as some of the second homes on here, but pretty stoked.

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    Yeah, it was one of the Shoreditch ones I passed yesterday.

    Nice. It wasn't listed on the webpage Oliver linked, but will pop down sometime this week and check out how much it's changed!

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    They already do, and have done for a while now- definitely worth checking out

    Already do what? Stock the veg stuff at the warehouse? They have for ages, but it's not been (in my experience) as large of a selection as what you get in the shops, weirdly. If that's changed that would be great!

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    I wonder if they'll turn one of the two Shoreditch shops into one of these. Although they do already carry a lot of vegan stuff so I'm not sure how different it would actually be.

    Also wonder if they'll start stocking up this stuff at the Leyton warehouse. That would be ace.

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    I've been using the uniqlo ones as well. Do the job.

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    That comes from the UK government covid data site which says there's been a 10% drop in the last 7 days. https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/­testing

    So there has been a drop, but, arguably, it's to be expected for, at least, two reasons: 1) schools are out; 2) if cases are indeed going down people are less likely to get tested.

    Edit - to add, the share of positives per test is dropping despite the a drop in testing numbers on the whole. So I wouldn't want to make the claim that the drop is simply a result of fewer tests.

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