ECIR Failed due to light pendant covering missing?

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  1. JohnW2

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    What you said was ...
    ... which is probably about the closest to 'prohibition' that a trade body/whatever (with no 'teeth', other in relation to its members) can get.

    In any event, you have yet to even be able to tell us which body it is that says "they should not be included", the nearest you've got so far having beens "need not be included, which is obviously very different.
     
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  3. SimonH2

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    Indeed, there is a gulf of difference between "you don't have to do it" and "you shouldn't do it".
     
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    Didn’t you realise that there is no single word for yes or no in the Irish language?
     
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    And the relevance of that, albeit interesting, fact is ?
     
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    Don’t use one word when 20 will never cause any confusion!
     
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    That profile page is lying. Derry is definitely in the UK not Ireland.
     
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    Derry is a city in the island of Ireland.
     
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    You mean in the same way the England, Wales and Scotland are in Europe, therefore residents can describe themselves as being in the EU?
     
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    …..a city in the geographic island of Ireland. Derry is entirely inside the border within the island that is the United Kingdom.
     
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    No. It is physically located in Ireland.
     
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    Like Scotland is in Europe.
     
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    There is an island called Ireland. In that island is a city called Derry. The island is split between Northern Ireland (part of UK) and the Republic. Derry is indeed in the north, but it still an Irish city.
     
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