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OneSon

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  1. As somebody who has attended similar educational institutions as Boris Johnson, I must say that if I were his parents I would be asking for a full refund. An absolutely shocking performance today from him at PMQs. Embarrassing.
  2. hahaha keep defending this toxic government. Just remember to wash the blood from your hands each night before you crawl into bed.
  3. Sheffield's director of public health made the decision. Knowing him he will have consulted carefully with Sheffield's hospitals and Sheffield University's medical school. Their conclusion is that only two of the government's give tests have been met.
  4. Sheffield city council has become the latest local authority to tell its schools and nurseries not to admit more students on Monday due to concerns about the infection rate. "We have been advised by the Sheffield Director of Public Health, Greg Fell who has reviewed the local position and he does not feel assured that the recently announced ‘Test and Trace’ programme will be sufficiently well established and robust enough to be in place for 1st June. He has advised that the Test and Trace system should be in place and working effectively for 14 days before schools and nurseries begin increasing their numbers."
  5. 377 reported deaths today. Never forget what this corrupt, inept and negligent government has done.
  6. I agree. The wording is peculiar from Durham police. I think they've been lent on. Two clear implications: 1) the attorney general has acted unlawfully, 2) everybody who has been fined for similar breaches should now be asking for it to be rescinded.
  7. "Durham Constabulary have examined the circumstances surrounding the journey to Barnard Castle (including ANPR, witness evidence and a review of Mr Cummings’ press conference on May 25 2020) and have concluded that there might have been a minor breach of the regulations that would have warranted police intervention. Durham Constabulary view this as minor because there was no apparent breach of social distancing. Had a Durham Constabulary police officer stopped Mr Cummings driving to or from Barnard Castle, the officer would have spoken to him, and, having established the facts, likely advised Mr Cummings to return to the address in Durham, providing advice on the dangers of travelling during the pandemic crisis."
  8. You think it's safe to open up schools, non-essential retail and pubs before we have a track and trace system in place?
  9. In other news, the track and trace system will not be fully functional until at least the end of June. This, according to Dido Harding today. Another PR scam by the government. Putting their image and reaching their own targets ahead of public safety.
  10. Sufficient data worldwide now exist to conclude that, to date, the UK has the highest rate of excess deaths in the Coronavirus pandemic in the world. Never forget.
  11. 412 deaths today. Never forget this government's atrocities.
  12. They were following their instincts.
  13. His story was invented to retro-fit the occasions on which he was spotted in and around Durham. The toilet break for his child in the woods was invented because he knows he got spotted there. It's all nonsense. https://twitter.com/BethRigby/status/1265238255731200001
  14. A good attempt but unfortunately the lies he's had to spin to cover up the truth are too obvious. It appears that on 12 April - his wife’s 45th birthday - the family drove to Barnard Castle to sit by a river and then play in a wood. Back then, this was alone a clear breach of the lockdown rules.
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