Johnson and Hancock’s disastrous handling of crisis fuels continuing spike
The UK’s daily number of confirmed new coronavirus cases has almost doubled in the space of a week, from 871 last Friday – and lower just before that – to well over 1,400, with the last four days consistently over 1,000.
In spite of these rates higher than at any time in seven weeks, the Tories continue to congratulate themselves and press ahead with further relaxations of lockdown – including a full return to schools next month – while pointing at a handful of poor immigrants as an additional distraction technique.
Johnson and Hancock are more than happy to put UK lives at risk without a semblance of regret and have sentenced this country to both the worst death rate and the worst economic crash of the pandemic. Yet the lack of a vocal and brave opposition makes the complicit ‘mainstream’ media’s job of diverting from reality all too easy.
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