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rudebhoy

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The behaviour of the media has been slated time and time again on here, including the worlds press outside St Thomas’s when boris was in hospital.

There is no justifiable reason for the journey he and his wife took, what about the risk if they’d of had an accident? What about exposing the vulnerable grandparents to the virus? What about the clear rules to not leave the house for 14 days? What about the lies she’s told in the articles she’s written? What about the fact the timelines don’t match? What about the Police being called liars.

Those are just the immediate questions.
How many stops for petrol or toilet breaks did they make? Very unlikely a 4 year old could make it through a 5 hour car drive without needing a pee, never mind a couple of middle-aged parents.
 

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How many stops for petrol or toilets breaks did they make? Very unlikely a 4 year old could make it through a 5 hour car drive without needing a pee, never mind a couple of middle-aged parents.
For the benefit of the pedants, they could of took steps to sort that in the car as they travelled and had a full tank before they left.

It’s more what state of health were they both in as her story contradicts his and the governments.
 

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Hate to say it, but I think we need Cummings in place for the next couple of months. Hang him after that.
In our current situation, it's no longer the virus that's the issue, it's the economic abyss that lockdown is sending us into. I sense (!) that Cummings has known this all along , and that without his 'guidance', the bunch of lightweights (not exactly the brains trust) floundering around at the moment will be no use whatsoever in sorting things out.
Not a moral judgement, but a practical one.
 

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Yougov survey reports 68% adults believe Cummings broke Lockdown rules and 52% believe he should resign.

Totally fits with the opinion that 99% of the public are not fussed.
I wonder how many people that poll was based on and what their demographic was. Probably mainly frothed up anti Tory Golf Forumers 😀
 

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BREAKING
Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings made second trip to Durham during lock down.

Dominic Cummings made a second trip to Durham during the lockdown, according to reports.

The prime minister's top aide was seen on 19 April near his family's home in the North East, said The Guardian and the Daily Mirror.

- surely now he has to go?

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavi...ip-to-durham-during-lockdown-reports-11993601
 

SocketRocket

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BREAKING
Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings made second trip to Durham during lock down.

Dominic Cummings made a second trip to Durham during the lockdown, according to reports.

The prime minister's top aide was seen on 19 April near his family's home in the North East, said The Guardian and the Daily Mirror.

- surely now he has to go?
Catch up, that been posted about three times already. Before going off half cocked let's see if its correct.
 

pauldj42

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BREAKING
Coronavirus: Dominic Cummings made second trip to Durham during lock down.

Dominic Cummings made a second trip to Durham during the lockdown, according to reports.

The prime minister's top aide was seen on 19 April near his family's home in the North East, said The Guardian and the Daily Mirror.

- surely now he has to go?

https://news.sky.com/story/coronavi...ip-to-durham-during-lockdown-reports-11993601
Also in the link I posted it mentions him being sighted in Barnard Castle, 30 mile from his home during the 14 day period he was apparently on lockdown.:unsure:
 

drdel

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Meanwhile. At least the UK has not yet gathered their 'experts' from quite such a wide spectrum as the USA's CNN panel discussing the Corvid 19.

Panel comprised former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and former Centres for Disease Control and Prevention director Richard Besser and, wait for it, Environmental Activist Greta Thunberg. !!
 
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