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    Article: May 28, 2020

    James O'Brien was so incensed by Boris Johnson's defence of the indefensible actions by Dominic Cummings that, on Tuesday, his day off, he broadcast his thoughts on LBC. It is extremely powerful. You should listen to it here https://amp.lbc.co.uk/radio/presenters/james-obrien/james-obriens-powerful-reaction-to-boris-johnson/

  • drsw (Photo by Roberto Catarinicchia on Unsplash)
    Article: May 28, 2020

    I n recent weeks the Government has come under increasing pressure for it handling of the coronavirus crisis. To try to deflect some of the criticism our Prime Minister Mr Johnson made two high profile commitments for the end of May. Together these promises if delivered would go a long way to increasing public confidence that relaxing the lock-down would not see a re-occurrence of the virus. So where are we

  • Article: May 26, 2020

    After a stream of Ministers went on social media with an orchestrated campaign of support for Mr Cummings ( many using the same expressions and phrases to stop any feelings of spontaneity!) apparently oblivious to the anger amongst the general public on his selective interpretation of the lock-down rules and dodgy justification of why he had ignored the spirit of the Stay at Home message both in going to Durham and subsequently Barnard Castle, a town almost 30 miles away from where he was staying it was refreshing to find a Conservative minister who gets it

  • vvcx
    Article: May 25, 2020

    Its fair to say that as a Liberal Democrat the Daily Mail would not be high on our list of favourite reads but its headline today best summarises what many are thinking about the Prime Ministers decision to support the actions of Dominic Cummings deliberately flouting the lock-down rules.

    The decision has caused outrage amongst those who have dutifully followed the Governments guidance often at the cost of not seeing loved ones for many weeks Criticism has come from all quarters

  • ooye (Photo by Alexander Schimmeck on Unsplash)
    Article: May 24, 2020
    By Peter Black

    The Sunday Times Insight Team has produced a detailed and scathing analysis of the UK government's response to the coronavirus, which sets out at length the key trigger points when ministerial failure to act decisively has led to many more deaths than were necessary. Here are some of the key passages: