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Jon Jones Sep 26
Can I appeal to people not to call the Track & Trace APP the NHS Covid app? The fact that the private companies commissioned to develop it forgot to make it compatible with NHS test results kind of illustrates the point.
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StrongerStabler 22h
Dido Harding says Boris Johnson's Covid 'Moonshot' tests WON'T be available on the NHS! This is how we lose the NHS, this is privatisation. A move away from healthcare at the point of need! Tests for the rich, screw the poor
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StrongerStabler 23h
Boris Johnson brazenly tested the limits of irony this wk... Claiming the covid problem is "a few brazenly defying the rules" - when Dominic Cummings & his own father destroyed any sense of national unity - and received full support from the PM.
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Sophy Ridge on Sunday 23h
"Liberty...dies like this, with government exercising draconian powers without parliamentary scrutiny in advance," says He accuses the government of "undermining the rule of law by having a shifting blanket of rules no one can understand".
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StrongerStabler Sep 26
The Dido Harding Test & Trace system is a disaster, predictably,so is her Serco App. It won't accept Covid tests performed by the NHS OR PHE - just Serco's own. People are dying, the 2nd wave is here & Boris Johnson's privatisation ideology has been horribly exposed!
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StrongerStabler 22h
Brexiter Suella Braverman says anyone opposing the breaching of international law is "unpatriotic" She is the Attorney General, the lead legal figure in England advocating breaking laws, using glib name calling NOT reasoned arguments to make her case, she has none!
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StrongerStabler Sep 19
Matt Hancock replaced the standard method for recording deaths with a measurement that only counts those who "died within 28 days of their FIRST positive test" - discounting huge numbers. Obfuscating the numbers only helps those hiding the real figures!
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Briefcase Michael Sep 20
Papers report that No 10 is alarmed by the numbers breaking the isolation rules. But they were so unalarmed when Cummings did it that they let him do a media conference in the No 10 garden (breaking Special Advisers' Code too) to defend himself....destroying trust.
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dave ❄️ 🥕 🧻 Sep 20
Keir Starmer on : “the PM has to answer the question: did you know when you signed the oven ready deal what it said? And if you didn’t then that means even higher levels of incompetence than we’ve already seen this summer” 🔥
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StrongerStabler Sep 20
Matt Hancock told private firms to 'join us' as he sets up his new health body. 'The best way through' is to partner with private firms...by handing them cash that would otherwise have strengthened the NHS. Reminder: Hancock took money from private health firms!
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michelle maher 23h
Sick and disabled people were called scroungers and liars Over 28 billion cut disability support for children and adults Nearly half people in poverty have disabled child or adult families Numerous deaths linked to welfare reform Ideological choice
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Dave Jones 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏳️‍🌈 Sep 20
Great question from to Hancock: “Why is it ok for 30 men to kill grouse, but not for 7 children to feed ducks?”
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Sophy Ridge on Sunday 22h
“The best way we can protect lives… is by allowing the infection to spread among those who are not vulnerable.” Prof Sunetra Gupta says that the best way to fight is to allow the virus to spread and “aggressively shield the vulnerable”.
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StrongerStabler 23h
Boris Johnson about to make a slew of political appointments, a move straight out of the Trump playbook. Charles Moore to chair the BBC, Paul Dacre to lead Ofcom. The aim is clear, tear down critics & regulatory obstacles. Plain oligarchy!
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StrongerStabler Sep 19
Blame the neighbours, blame the public...whatever you do, don't blame those who are in charge of this debacle of a response to covid! Cynical ploys by Boris Johnson & the Tories to try and deflect any blame for an inevitable 2nd wave!
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StrongerStabler Sep 26
Boris Johnson is looking to install ex-Daily Mail lead Paul Dacre as head of Ofcom - overseeing all regulation for media & broadcast. Dacre at the DM engaged in extreme Islamophobia & BBC-baiting - much like Johnson himself. The PM is going
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Sophy Ridge on Sunday 23h
"I'm certain" rebel Tories have enough votes to amend the Coronavirus Act as long as Labour and the SNP join with them says He says "we're in a nonsense position" if MPs can't "vote on law before it... takes away people's liberties".
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Sophy Ridge on Sunday 22h
Is Paul Dacre an appointment you would welcome for the job of Ofcom Chairman? says he would be “delighted” to see the former editor of Daily Mail appointed Chairman of Ofcom 'because he is a Conservative'.
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Parody Boris Johnson 22h
Steve Baker on why putting two anti-BBC Brexiteers in charge of Ofcom and the beeb is a good idea: "They are both Conservatives"
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#StandWithSteve 21h
“How do people think liberty dies? It dies like this, with government exercising draconian powers without parliamentary scrutiny”
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