Tory babbles and evades – but no regrets in spite of desperate plea from Sky News journalist
Boris Johnson refused at least twice during his appearance at this evening’s coronavirus press briefing to express any regret for the at least 25,000 needless deaths caused by his refusal to lock down the country properly.
A figure calculated by one of his own leading scientific advisers. Others say the number is far higher, as many as three quarters of the more than 60,000 UK deaths so far.
Sky’s Beth Rigby as good as pleaded with Johnson to at least show some sign of sorrow for his victims and their bereaved families, but Johnson simply dodged the question – twice – by babbling about data and claiming it was too early to assess whether decisions had been good or bad:
The Tories are notorious for their heartlessness, but Johnson is the Prime Psychopath.
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