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Guys, i just want to say, take care of yourselves and your families during this horrible pandemic, stay safe always and God bless you all. Hug 🙏💪👊

Good article - history shows governments are really slow to withdraw big brother state apparatus and surveillance when emergencies are over. Theyre also quite keen for everyone to have the Covid

Strange times. We've surrendered our liberty and freedom to the State. Parliament has disappeared. All private enterprise has been Nationalised. Movement controlled. All our freedom just given up with

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1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

 

What's funny about this is that next time something begins to air the response will be immediately. 

I remember when President Trump decided to stop doing certain things with China people was appalled. Then when President Trump ban flights from Europe the same response...

It turn out to be the right decision but a little too late. And eventually the whole world followed the same response. 

Next time the response is going to be fast and swift. 

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Independent Shops & Producers Delivering In London

Independent Shops & Producers Delivering In London

CHARCUTERIE & BUTCHERS

The Ginger Pig

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The Ginger Pig started life as a farm in North Yorkshire, before deciding to sell those animals for parts in London, and well as supplying a list of fist-class restaurants that would turn other butchers crimson with envy. You can get beef, pork, and lamb delivered, as well as a hearty pie if you catch them on the right day.

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The Ethical Butcher

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What makes a butcher ethical? Well, according to the Ethical Butchers, quite a lot of things. They focus is on reducing their climactic impact to net zero (or better), and working with farmers who practice ‘regenerative agriculture’, that increases the bio-diversity of the land they work. And the London shop will send you a wealth of beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and game. They even have curated boxes filled with a mix of cuts.

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HG Walter

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HG Walter have been in the business since the ’70s, and they’ve been happily changing everything that needs changing (adding a website, for instance) while leaving everything else comfortably alone (the recipe for their insanely good sausages, for instance). It’s no surprise that they supply the River Cafe. And the isolation kicker? They’ll sell you a ‘Lockdown Patty Kit’ to make your own Ari Gold cheeseburger from Patty & Bun.

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The Butchery

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Delivering to predominately SE & E postcodes, the Butchery are specialising in self-isolating home delivery kits. You can expect all the regular butcher goodness, plus extra necessities like honey, eggs, and jalapeño jam.

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Cobble Lane

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You’ll find Cobble Lane on Cobble Lane up in Islington, and it’s there that they cut, cure, smoke and hang meats to produce their top-shelf British charcuterie. Head to their online shop for bresaola, coppa, lomo, pancetta, fennel salami, and more.

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Cannon & Cannon

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Borough Market butchers Cannon & Cannon have been trading their ethically-produced, locally-sourced charcuterie all over London for years. And now you can summon some of their Cornish seaweed & cider sausages, or their port-smoked Dorset mutton to your door…

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FISHMONGERS

Ben’s Fish

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Ben’s fish was founded by a fisherman named Ben. And after selling his day-boat swimmers to London’s top restaurants, he cannily decided to start selling them to everyone else, too. Now he has his own fishmongers in the Thames Estuary, and delivers all over London. He must be quite a catch.

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Moxons

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What started with selling fish out of a Citroën van soon became a string of four elegant fishmongers across the capital selling fish from across the British isles… which they all then started delivering to Londoners in need, and effectively ending up back where they started. With a better van.

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Steve Hatt

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Delivering to north & east postcodes, Steve Hatt is an Islington based fish-flogger that champions sustainable fishing methods, and aims to create the “smallest ecological footprint as possible”. Everything comes off dayboats, and they’ll deliver the next day to keep it as fresh as possible.

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Fin & Flounder

Based out in Hackney, the F&F use only line-caught fish from the British isles (and, in the case of their tuna, slightly further afield). And they also have their own oyster bar.

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CHEESE SHOPS

Neal’s Yard

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Neal’s Yard cheese has, at this point, moved away from being simply a little gem that everyone thought that only they knew about, to being a bona fide legend. You can get some of the best cheeses this nation has to offer delivered to your doorstep, as well as a (limited) run of dairy boxes packed with staples like bread, milk, eggs, butter, yoghurt, and – yes – cheese.

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Paxton and Whitfield

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Hard cheese, soft cheese, blue cheese, they’ve got it all. Or so thought Queen Victoria when she appointed them her official cheesemonger in 1850 (yes, they’ve been going that long). Winston Churchill wouldn’t get his curds from anywhere else. And now you can buy it online.

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La Fromagerie

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France, Italy, Britain, Switzerland, Ireland, Spain, Holland, and Germany are just a few of the countries suppling cheese to La Fromagerie. From the point it arrives on their doorstep it’s quickly whisked away to be tended to by little yellow elves in hats (their in-house cheese connoisseurs) until it’s reached its peak deliciousness. Then it’s upstairs to their mighty cheese room, ready to be sold in slabs for home delivery.

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Cheezelo

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Cheezelo is small, but scrappy. Sure, passing trade has dipped a little in their King’s Cross shop, but the owner (Eleonore) is happy to jump in her car, and personally deliver the curdy goods to anywhere in Zones 1&2.

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The Teddington Cheese

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The Teddington Cheese proudly declare that they mature all of their 130 varietals in-house, so that they can sell them at the optimum moment of maturity. And they’ll deliver that optimally mature cheese straight to your door.

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DELIS & GROCERIES

Natoora

Natoora home delivery

It’s another top restaurant supplier that’s opening its service up to the public. Never mind that all the supermarket van slots are taken; time to revel in baby root veg from Cornwall, heirloom tomatoes grown in Essex, Calabrian bergamots and 16th century French plums.

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The Camden Grocer

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This north London epicurean playground is now going deliver-only, as well as giving Key Workers a 30% discount on everything. Expect raw honey, Dorset ‘nduja, and Prosecco gummy bears.

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De Beauvoir Deli

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The De Beauvoir Deli sell up-market goods in Hackney, and included in that are upmarket ready meals too, including the likes of lamb & feta meatballs, and salmon & coley fishcakes.

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Andreas

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A Chelsea greengrocer that’s got fans like Nigella Lawson & Gordon Ramsay, Andreas sells everything from pure wasabi root (it’s rarer than you think), to British black garlic, bottlenose pineapples, striped cherries, tiger limes, truffled honey, and bananas. Yes, normal, everyday bananas.

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Maremma Deli

Maremma deli

Brixton’s wonderful Tuscan restaurant has launched Maremma Deli, meaning locals can swing by the restaurant for Italian cheese and charcuterie, wine, fresh pasta (and sauces), milk, meat, fruit and veg bundles, and batches of ready meals that you can reheat at home or stick in the freezer. Which is handy, because you probably won’t be rustling up a wild boar lasagne at home any time soon.

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The Laughing Heart

Aubergine parmigiana, hot numbing chicken wings and shop-price wine is a dream on a normal night. During lockdown, it’s close to euphoric. Hackney’s preeminent restaurant & wine bar is taking care of things with bottles of plonk; fantastic cured meat, eggs and cheese; fresh Chinese dishes delivered from 6pm; and a host of ‘finish at home’ meals including beef shin stew and freezable dumplings.

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Pale Green Dot

Pale Green Dot veg delivery

PGD collaborate with local farms, grow their own produce, and collect thousands of tonnes of food waste from the South-East to ‘close the loop’ on food production. Usually, they supply vegetables to some of the best restaurants in town, including SketchHideLeroy and The River Café. But now they’re offering deliveries to home addresses, too – meaning you can get sustainably produced, wholesome fresh fruit and veg brought directly to your home, with cheese, bread and other essentials available over the coming weeks.

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Panzers

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Panzers consider smoked salmon to be one of their “essentials”, which tells you a lot about them. You can order hampers, fruit baskets, and their own-brand provisions (jams, chocolates, etc.). But most impressively, they have a fresh sushi delivery service throughout central London.

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Provisions

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Provisions specialise in wine & cheese, which it can be argued are the only things you really need when you’re self-isolating. So it’s good that they deliver them throughout the city.

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Pophams Bakery

Pophams Bakery delivery collection

Pophams may have shuttered its cafés, but locals need not despair. Islington and Hackney residents within a mile radius can get a weekly shop in from the bakery, with fresh pasta, sauces, pastries, bread, cheese, wine and coffee dropped off at your door. Order by 5pm on Saturdays for the week ahead from the link on their instagram page – plus, 10% of every order is donated to Made In Hackney, a charity working to help feed those in need during the crisis.

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New Covent Garden Market

London’s biggest wholesale market is rebooting – order bundles of essential and fancy fruit and veg right to your door from top quality independent suppliers. Each one is offering reasonably priced boxes stocked up with whatever’s good that week, as well as  bread, eggs and dairy (some offer vegan substitutions, too).

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Brindisa

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Brindisa have been importing the very best stuff that Spain makes for so many years (30ish) we almost take them for granted. But in times like these, the fact that you can still treat yourself to meltingly good Iberico ham, or fat, flavoursome cooking chorizo sausages makes us feel pretty grateful.

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Scandi Kitchen

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Are you a Scandinavian ex-pat, currently living in London but nevertheless craving the comforting flavours of your home country? Like marinaded herrings, Swedish meatballs, and lingonberry jam? Well, look no further than the Scandi Kitchen…

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Wilton Way Deli

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The Wilton Way Deli sells mostly Italian goods, but luckily for us that includes fresh pasta. Like ravioli stuffed with fennel sausage & cavalo nero.

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Great Restaurants & Bars Now Offering Delivery (That Aren't On The Apps)

Great Bars & Restaurants To Order From Now

New Restaurants Offering Home Delivery

That is, restaurants that weren’t previously on big delivery platforms, or have just launched their own system.

Mao Chow

Mao Chow delivery

East London vegans, rejoice: you can get Mao Chow’s all-vegan Chinese dishes brought to your door. The whole menu’s up for grabs, including mapo tofu, oyster mushroom bao, veg dumplings, spicy dan dan noodles, and their ‘strange flavour cucumber’ (don’t believe a word of it. It’s delicious).
UPDATE: They’ve now also started delivering frozen dumplings & sauces – order here.

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Rice Error by Bao

Rice Error Bao takeaway

As the website succinctly put it, it’s ‘almost Bao, but rice’. Seeing as steamed buns can… well, run out of steam after a trip on a moped, the Bao team are turning their attentions to rice box delivery instead. Launching soon, they’re going to make use of award-winning Taiwanese rice from Chishang, combined with chilli chicken leg, grilled aged beef, prawn or mushroom – plus a soy boiled egg, pickles and fried tofu. You can even get a bucket of Taiwanese fried chicken and hot sauce as a side.
UPDATE 1/04/20: The service is set to launch in ‘2-3 weeks’. We’ll keep you posted.

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Farang

UPDATE 1/04/20: The critically acclaimed Thai restaurant were offering meals to takeaway, but due to ingredient shortages from Thailand, they’re switching up their model once again. Starting next week, they’ll be offering ready meals to keep and heat at home, as well as fresh meat and fish, produce from Swaledale, booze and recipe boxes.

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Oren To Go

Oren Takeaway

After opening to great acclaim last winter, chef Oded Oren’s first restaurant is rolling with the punches and launching Oren To Go. The team apparently considered what kind of comfort food they’d like to have at home – and as it happens, they have great taste. On the menu: lamb and beef koftas with basmati rice; green Iraqi tortilla with olives, feta and caramelised onions; whole roast cauliflower with tahini and pine nuts; and lemon polenta cake with sour cream. Also, wine.

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HIDE at Home

Hide home delivery

Not just an instruction – HIDE at Home is a new delivery service from Ollie Dabbous’ critically acclaimed restaurant. It’s joining the likes of XR, Meraki and Le Comptoir Robuchon on new platform Supper. So if you or a quarantine buddy are celebrating a special occasion, like a birthday or a Tuesday night, you can now get Michelin star barbecued langoustines; cured goose with sage & fenugreek; glazed guinea fowl; caviar and warm acorn cake delivered to your door. Plus, there’s a huge selection of vino available from their cellars at Hedonism Wines.

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Lupins

London Bridge’s lovely all-day diner is, well, still going all-day. They’ve rustled up a menu of hearty goodness for delivery or collection, including beef, potato and ale stew; lamb and aubergine tagine; and chicken cacciatore (which means ‘hunter-style’ and is cooked with a variety of ingredients, most crucially wine).

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Mr Bao

Mr Bao delivery

Peckham’s Taiwanese restaurant is zipping around the neighbourhood with packets of pork, chicken and veggie dumplings for your freezer. If you’re within a 2 mile radius of SE15, just ping them an email with your name, phone number, address and order (type and amount of dumplings) at [email protected]

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Homing Pidgin

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You can’t really fault the team at Pidgin for coming up with a solid name for their home collection concept. Homing Pidgin allows you to collect their three-course weekly menu from the restaurant (or deliver via an Uber), Weds-Sun. This week, you’ll get cold smoked mackerel with a yuzu & buttermilk dressing; Thai-style crispy pork pavé; and fermented black bean & sour cherry sticky toffee pudding. There’s a vegetarian menu too (helllllo burrata), and plenty of wine to order with it.

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Lucky & Joy

Lucky & Joy

Homerton’s newly opened restaurant is continuing to share the joy with their new delivery service (12-9pm, Tues-Sat). The team will cycle to your home and drop off dishes like red braised pork belly, sweet potato wontons and fragrant aubergine rice bowls with craft beers and wine to boot. Ring them up on 07488 965 966 – NHS workers get 50% off the bill.

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Black Axe Mangal

BAM, Highbury’s shrine to heavy metal cooking and provocative graffiti, is busy working on launching a delivery service, so you needn’t be without squid ink soft shell crab tempura or that beef tartare/prawn toast extravaganza. Check back here for updates, or follow their instagram here.

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Restaurants Selling Groceries, Supplies & Prepared Meals

The Cheese Bar

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The Cheese Bar‘s gone back to its roots, with their little yellow Cheese Truck where it all began. They’re driving round London making contact-free deliveries of the essentials – cheese and wine – to a different neighbourhood every day, keeping you stocked up with boxes of British cheese & crackers, charcuterie, and small producer wines.

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Maremma Deli

Maremma deli

Brixton’s wonderful Tuscan restaurant has launched Maremma Deli, meaning locals can swing by the restaurant for Italian cheese and charcuterie, wine, fresh pasta (and sauces), milk, meat, fruit and veg bundles, and batches of ready meals that you can reheat at home or stick in the freezer. Which is handy, because you probably won’t be rustling up a wild boar lasagne at home any time soon. Email them on [email protected] with your order by 3pm, and you can collect the next day (open Wed-Fri, 3-5pm).

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40 Maltby Street

40 Maltby Street are now operating as traiteurs, selling groceries out of their Bermondsey arch. Preorder a £20 veg box on 02072379247 to collect in person (Tues & Thurs, 2-5pm), or have a look online at their stellar collection of wines available for delivery.

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Borough Market

Borough Market delivery

We recently reported that Borough Market were extending delivery to a 10 mile radius, but – as with so many things – that’s all changed quite quickly. They’re now pausing their click and collect service, and (for now) can only deliver within 3.5 miles. But if you’re in the catchment area, that means you can get cheese from Neal’s Yard Dairy, fresh cuts from Ginger Pig, artisanal Spanish fare from Brindisa, and much more on your doorstep…

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The Laughing Heart

Aubergine parmigiana, hot numbing chicken wings and shop-price wine is a dream on a normal night. During lockdown, it’s close to euphoric. Hackney’s preeminent restaurant & wine bar is taking care of things with bottles of plonk; fantastic cured meat, eggs and cheese; fresh Chinese dishes delivered from 6pm; and a host of ‘finish at home’ meals including beef shin stew and freezable dumplings.

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Pale Green Dot

Pale Green Dot veg delivery

PGD collaborate with local farms, grow their own produce, and collect thousands of tonnes of food waste from the South-East to ‘close the loop’ on food production. Usually, they supply vegetables to some of the best restaurants in town, including Sketch, Hide, Leroy and The River Café. But now they’re offering deliveries to home addresses, too – meaning you can get sustainably produced, wholesome fresh fruit and veg brought directly to your home, with cheese, bread and other essentials available over the coming weeks.

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Pophams Bakery

Pophams Bakery delivery collection

Pophams may have shuttered its cafés, but locals need not despair. Islington and Hackney residents within a mile radius can get a weekly shop in from the bakery, with fresh pasta, sauces, pastries, bread, cheese, wine and coffee dropped off at your door. Order by 5pm on Saturdays for the week ahead from the link on their instagram page – plus, 10% of every order is donated to Made In Hackney, a charity working to help feed those in need during the crisis.

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Natoora

Natoora home delivery

It’s another top restaurant supplier that’s opening its service up to the public. Never mind that all the supermarket van slots are taken; time to revel in baby root veg from Cornwall, heirloom tomatoes grown in Essex, Calabrian bergamots and 16th century French plums.

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The Dusty Knuckle

The Dusty Knuckle

Home to the best kinds of Knuckle sandwiches. DK lives on in delivery mode, with their fresh bread and pastries available alongside larder items, ready-to-bake meals, beer, soup and coffee.

UPDATE: The team are currently resting up after a huge customer response, planning their delivery scheme and sterilising the whole space. They’ll be back up & running and open for deliveries on 14th April.

New Covent Garden Market

London’s biggest wholesale market is rebooting – order bundles of essential and fancy fruit and veg right to your door from top quality independent suppliers. Each one is offering reasonably priced boxes stocked up with whatever’s good that week, as well as  bread, eggs and dairy (some offer vegan susbtitutions, too).

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Wine & Cocktail Deliveries

Shop Cuvée

Three Sheets Delivery

This is just great. Highbury’s Top Cuvée has joined forces with some excellent bars and restaurants to become Shop Cuvée, an online shop offering delivery of ALL the essentials. We’re talking cocktails from Scout, Tāyer, and their sister bar Three Sheets (all of which are on the World’s Best Bars list); craft beers & wine; fancy cupboard essentials; TC-prepped meals to heat up at home; and… bog roll. God bless ’em.

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St. John

St John Wine Shop

10 LITRES OF BOX WINE! We want it here and we want it now! St. John have listened to the people, and they are delivering bottles and boxes of their splendid hand-picked wines with their irresistibly cool-not-cool labels.

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Discount Suit Company’s Quarantini Kit

Umbrella Brewing

Cocktails? Wine? Beer? Umbrella Brewing have got you covered. The team (who are behind The Sun Tavern and Discount Suit Company) are delivering boxes of their own ginger beer and sparkling cider, alongside cocktails bottled at The Sun Tavern, crates of craft beers, bottles of poitín (Irish spirit), discounted wines and the world’s most stylish bottles of premixed Martini & Tonic. Free same-day delivery for the parched of Bethnal Green, and next day nationwide delivery from UPS.

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Ladies & Gentlemen

…we have an announcement. This pair of North London bars-in-former-toilets are bringing tongue-in-cheek cocktails to your door. We’re talking the Quarantini, Zombie, Corpse Reviver #2… and a host of Ayurvedic fresh juices to boost your immune system. Order via [email protected], or find them on Deliveroo.

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Bar Douro

Bar Douro wine delivery

When one Douro closes, another one opens for delivery. The acclaimed Portuguese restaurant is keeping the home fires burning with door-to-door wine drops. Plucked from the length and breadth of Portugal, from the Vinho Verde of Minho down to the Algarve, they come in cases of six (or nine, in the case of port).

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Victory x Exale Mini-Mart

Victory Exale alcohol delivery

This Walthamstow distillery and taproom have joined forces to create the ultimate online off-licence. Sending their deliveries out once a week, you can stock up on ‘perfect serve’ G&T kits with their small-batch gin; pre-bottled Negronis; cases of craft cans; bottles (and refill pouches) of gin, vodka and bitters; and a ‘Blackhorse Box’ with locally roasted coffee and hand sanitiser made in the distillery.

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Happiness Forgets

Happiness Forgets delivery

Ensuring you won’t forget about them, this romantic basement cocktail bar is sending bevs to your home. On the menu: classics like negronis, margaritas, old fashioneds; low and no-alcohol options; and a stack of signature serves like the San Sebastian, with rye whisky, sherry and maple.

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Diogenes The Dog

The Elephant & Castle wine bar has now launched a ‘phone sommelier’ service – call up, and you’ll get a little one-to-one expert advice on wines, which you can then order and have them zip over and deliver (within 1 mile radius). They’re also operating as a mini grocers, with wine-related essentials on offer – burrata, boozy cheeseboards, pickles, terrines and the like.

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Passione Vino

Passione Vino delivery

It doesn’t get much more rock’n’roll than this. The Passione Vino team are bussing wine around the city on the back of a bright red vespa, alongside ‘Italian survival kits’ of fresh pasta, sauces and booze, and cheeseboard essentials.

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1 hour ago, Fernando said:

Yeah I figured domestic violence would go up as well. Its starting to happen all over the world. Sad. 😢

Not only that, suicide, stress, austerity will come if a lock down is anything other than a temporary measure.

That's why i laughed at the "lockdown immediately for aslong as possible" argument, ultimately that would cause a problem even bigger than the virus.

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10 minutes ago, Tomo said:

Not only that, suicide, stress, austerity will come if a lock down is anything other than a temporary measure.

That's why i laughed at the "lockdown immediately for aslong as possible" argument, ultimately that would cause a problem even bigger than the virus.

We should have been strict like the Chinese did in Wuhan. 

It lasted for 2 months and now they are starting to open everything up. 

But that's because they took extreme measure and fast. We on the other hand did not, I mean look at NYC and the response of Coumo and what not to people in the street. That stuff did not fly in Wuhan. 

So we on our side are too soft compare to the rapid response from the Chinese. 

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1 hour ago, 11Drogba said:

 

The problem is that we can't be like China. While it would have been amazing for a swift response but because of our values it was hard. 

However I do believe that next time no matter who is president, weather a liberal or conservative it will be swift and decisive. 

This set precedence and policy will put in place for a next time. 

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38 minutes ago, Special Juan said:

It's OK Boris has fucked off into hiding, the tubes are still packed, people are still moving about likes it's the Boxing Day sales and testing is as rare as fucking white dog shit.

 

Exactly. Project Shambles continues.

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1 hour ago, Special Juan said:

It's OK Boris has fucked off into hiding, the tubes are still packed, people are still moving about likes it's the Boxing Day sales and testing is as rare as fucking white dog shit.

 

The running of the tubes has fuck all to do with Boris!

For that you can blame your wonderful leftie Mayor. You know, the cnut who says London is not an English city. 

That twat couldn't run a piss up in a brewery!

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36 minutes ago, Laylabelle said:

Know hard to predict but seeing how Italy went and how everyone was calling for action. For Boris to be tralalala just carry on to suddenly oh shit! Wasted so much time

As they said from day one they are going by the scientfic advice they are being given.

If Boris had behave like a Commie dictator one can imagine the backlash he'd have been given in the media. 

Yes, mistakes have been made but we're no different from most other countries. No government has ever had to deal with a health and economic crisis of this level at the same time. They are doing the best they can, as are all governments across the world.

Amazing to think some on here think the likes of Corbyn, Abbot and McDonnell would have done any better just months after their ludicrous policies were laughed out of town in the election only a few short months ago.

 

 

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11 hours ago, chippy said:

The running of the tubes has fuck all to do with Boris!

For that you can blame your wonderful leftie Mayor. You know, the cnut who says London is not an English city. 

That twat couldn't run a piss up in a brewery!

Who said the tubes had anything to do with Boris?

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