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Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 9:23 am  

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Matt Hancock is now back in the public eye, having spent 7 days in isolation and was at pains to point out that after 7 days, everyone is "good to go" and was "safe" to be out in public.
However, our leader is still in isolation.

Has someone got the criteria wrong or, is Boris hiding (again) - scrutiny was never his strongest attribute.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 9:28 am  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
Matt Hancock is now back in the public eye, having spent 7 days in isolation and was at pains to point out that after 7 days, everyone is "good to go" and was "safe" to be out in public.
However, our leader is still in isolation.

Has someone got the criteria wrong or, is Boris hiding (again) - scrutiny was never his strongest attribute.

He's certainly not following Corbyn's lead and ignoring social distancing.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 10:53 am  

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IR80 wrote:
He's certainly not following Corbyn's lead and ignoring social distancing.


Thatā€™s true.

Boris Tory policies has tanked the NHS, tanked the economy, and tanked the young peopleā€™s future :D
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 11:27 am  

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IR80 wrote:
He's certainly not following Corbyn's lead and ignoring social distancing.


If Hancock is good to be back in public, indeed, sharing a platform with Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the commons' home affairs select committee , former secretary of state for work and pensions under Gordon Brown, former shadow health Secretary, Labour; Dame Donna Kinnair, nurse and chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing; and the archbishop of York, John Sentamu, why is Boris staying home alone ?

It seems a fair question, especially when his Health Secretary was so adamant that "everyone" is clear after 7 days - his words and Tory policy.
Therefore Boris should be out in public, unless of course, he's crapping himself (again) at the thought of difficult questions from the media.

Good time Charlie, cannot cope when things get difficult
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 11:28 am  
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I thought you would be the one to pick up on that but at least Corbyn did not avoid press distancing. It would appear that Johnson also failed on the social distancing considering he contracted the virus along with several others in his inner circle.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 12:20 pm  

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Reported as still showing symptoms so still in isolation.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 12:29 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
If Hancock is good to be back in public, indeed, sharing a platform with Yvette Cooper MP, chair of the commons' home affairs select committee , former secretary of state for work and pensions under Gordon Brown, former shadow health Secretary, Labour; Dame Donna Kinnair, nurse and chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing; and the archbishop of York, John Sentamu, why is Boris staying home alone ?

It seems a fair question, especially when his Health Secretary was so adamant that "everyone" is clear after 7 days - his words and Tory policy.
Therefore Boris should be out in public, unless of course, he's crapping himself (again) at the thought of difficult questions from the media.

Good time Charlie, cannot cope when things get difficult


Boris is doing what he should and not undermining his key people - look at the way Trump is managing this and the way Boris is - I know which one I think is doing the better job.
Your job is to say to yourself on a job interview does the hiring manager likes me or not. If you aren't a particular manager's cup of tea, you haven't failed -- you've dodged a bullet.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 12:39 pm  

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Boris is doing what he should and not undermining his key people - look at the way Trump is managing this and the way Boris is - I know which one I think is doing the better job.


Nice one Sal, even you can see that Trump is worse.
However, given the fact that Johnson is a poor mans Trump (pun intended) do you really trust him (or Hancock) on any of this ?
Having failed to hit the initial target of 10,000 tests a dat, Hancock is now promising 100,000 a day ??

They are still playing fast and loose, especially with the health and well being of frontline NHS staff, the very ones who had their pay frozen and then they have the audacity to tell them just how valued they are - it's a bloody disgrace.

I notice that Boris is now "still in isolation" and yet Hancock, only yesterday, was telling everyone that after 7 days it as ok to be out in public.
Clearly it is right for Johnson to stay behind closed doors but, there is a definite hole in the advice.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 1:58 pm  

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Reported as still showing symptoms so still in isolation.

Pah, facts, not given a lot of credibility by pussycat and his ilk.

but it's OK, the lunatic left have all the answers, if only they would share them.
Re: Where is Boris ? Fri Apr 03, 2020 2:32 pm  

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Pah, facts, not given a lot of credibility by pussycat and his ilk.

but it's OK, the lunatic left have all the answers, if only they would share them.


It was Hancock (Tory) who clearly stated that he and anyone else, was absolutely fine to mix with others after 7 days.
He was questioned if this was correct in all cases and said YES.
Either he was wrong or, Boris is hiding.

I have to say that Boris doesnt look right and is doing the right thing in not coming out to play but, perhaps it would be better to test anyone going back to work after having had the virus, which is exactly what the NHS staff have been calling for.

You never appear willing to accept anything that The Tories get wrong, which should worry you. Nobody is perfect and it takes a brave man to admit that they got something wrong.
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