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Old 6 Sep 2020, 12:54 (Ref:4000409)   #1831
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I didn't see it that way at all. They were simply listing events which have been influential on Hamilton's life over the course of 2020, some of which were close and personal, others distant (but still personal, just in a different way).
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I didn't see it that way at all. They were simply listing events which have been influential on Hamilton's life over the course of 2020, some of which were close and personal, others distant (but still personal, just in a different way).
If they are personal, they probably aren't really appropriate for the coverage of a programme about a GP?
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They are personal to him, but they are public because he has spoken about them.

I think this is all a nothing thing really - nither sky nor Hamilton are saying any of the things are more or less important than any of the others.
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They are personal to him, but they are public because he has spoken about them.

I think this is all a nothing thing really - nither sky nor Hamilton are saying any of the things are more or less important than any of the others.
I understood the context, and understand they didn't mean to cause offence, I just think the commentary (it wasn't Hamilton) was very poorly worded. Lazy writing.
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There is a general decline in the standard of English, with people actually writing could of or would of, instead of could've or would've.
Interesting - could've or would've being short for could have or would have - amazing how people end up with "of" instead.
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Interesting - could've or would've being short for could have or would have - amazing how people end up with "of" instead.
I suppose some people must hear could've as could of, without taking into account that 've is the contraction of have.
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