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Grrrrrrr #FDOYC May 28
Track and trace app is just the cherry on the cake, not an integral part of the process??
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The Social Watch May 26
UK's government minister, Douglas Ross, resigns over lockdown controversy surrounding Boris Johnson's aide.
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Robert Macdonald May 28
...What is the point, what is the point a anymore? No Scrutiny Allowed... Pure Propaganda...
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Matt C #IamEuropean🇪🇺🇩🇪🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺 May 28
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🎉⭐❤Cindy G ❤🌟🎉 May 26
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Dave Hodgkiss May 26
The Government response for the on going Cummings scandal
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Robert Macdonald May 26
is now an utter farce.!! 😡Questions from journalist dont get a secondary question & switch is flicked 😳 It's about time journalists socially distancing are allowed in the room and puting to closer scrutiny.Starting to feel more an like propaganda
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Tom Dunkley May 28
Test, track & trace launches without the App being ready?! what a shambles....’noddy & toy town’ spring to mind!
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Jack Blumfield May 24
Even the guy doing the sign language can’t believe the shit coming out of this idiots mouth
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Jacki Jam May 26
an unelected individual vehemently disliked and distrusted by a majority of the UK population, effectively driving the policy on the most dangerous crisis since WW2, who cannot seemingly be questioned or sanctioned.. surely deserves media enquiry?
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reg_lapin_agile May 24
Does anyone who isn’t a cabinet member or advisor not understand the message here?
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Not moving-on SideshowMatt May 27
Replying to @csav55 @BBCNewsPR and 4 others
Do you have any openings on your team at present? Just imagine & together. What a team to take on this rubbish & awful and
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Simon Gittins May 24
this must be the new slogan by the political strategist 😂😂
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Bess May 24
Kind of lost for words, so I’ll let Peston’s reaction do the talking for me.
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Clare Saponia May 28
Politically neutral? Pull the other one!!! Was Cummings being “scientifically neutral” at the Sage meetings he attended? A civil servant's primary duty, Sir Patrick, is to "serve" the public - not endanger it!
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Liz May 27
So, footballers can train together and now tackle each other... but I can’t see my grandma and grandad at the same time? This country is fucked up 😂😂😂
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T J Grundy 23h
Kudos to Prof Jonathon Van-Tam for today’s briefing ... giving honest and candid assessment of “it is my opinion that the rules apply to all” That is what integrity looks like! .. take note!
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@🎮Gamer4LIFEMB🎮 May 27
I had faith in the at first. But its a farce really if not even they can stick to the "RULES" / GUIDELINES. I thought it was just use your instinct now? Not "RULES" 🤔 If im stopped driving, i dont know if im right or wrong really🤔
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James Joyce May 27
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Bryan Pulson May 25
This aged well huh ? Imagine being this transparent about your thoughts and feelings of the British public you're willing to openly betray them in such a way.
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