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17-10-2020, 09:53 AM
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Political Rather Than Practical?

Very noticeable how the big City Lord Mayors, etc., are coming out against the Government's attempts at managing the spread of the virus.

All of the usual suspects are taking the opportunity, of kicking the Government, in spite of their Partys' offering of support, etc.

They may not have noticed that most other Countries are also in the same stressful position.

Still, never miss an opportunity to kick.

(even if you have no personal idea what should be done)

Come on Boris!

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18-10-2020, 09:57 AM
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Re: Political Rather Than Practical?

It seems that Tony Blair has screwed up!

From the DT, today:-

"Tony Blair was last night accused of a “flagrant” breach of Covid-19 restrictions, after failing to self-isolate for a fortnight after a two-day trip to the US on a private jet.

In pictures obtained by this newspaper, the former prime minister is seen leaving a restaurant in Mayfair 10 days after his return from Washington DC last month.

The Sunday Telegraph understands that Mr Blair appealed to Whitehall *officials for special dispensation from the Covid-19 rules, but that he was not issued with the formal exemption letter he would have needed to avoid the 14-day isolation period.

The Telegraph is not aware of any other exemption for which Mr Blair could qualify. He claims he was advised to follow rules on attending “international conferences”, having travelled to the US for a ceremony at the White House at which Israel signed agreements establishing formal relations with Bahrain ,,,,,,,,,,,,"

We should be hearing from Kier any time soon!
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