The government’s Chief Scientific Officer, Sir Patrick Vallance, has admitted to a committee of MPs that the Tories botched their response to the coronavirus crisis.
Vallance confessed that the UK’s outcome had ‘not been good’ – by ‘good’, he once said he meant 20,000 UK deaths – and that mistakes had been made.
Well, ya think, Patrick?
The Tories intentional ‘herd immunity’ plan, which would have resulted in the deaths of half a million or more of our people and which Vallance touted in media interviews, was just the start of the horror.
Delayed lockdown is estimated to have cost at least 25,000 needless deaths, PPE failures have helped kill hundreds of NHS and care workers and Johnson’s haste to lift the lockdown has caused local hotspots and is driving the UK’s overall infections back up:
Johnson has promised a public inquiry. He should be on trial, along with his cronies.
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