I've just watched that clown, who purports to be our PM, defend the, guideline breaking, actions of Dominic Cummings. Because, at every election, I make the effort to place a cross on a ballot paper I, therefore, have the right to voice an opinion as to the conduct of our political leaders. At the last General Election, under no circumstances could I ever vote Conservative and yet, because Jeremy Corbyn had ensured that Labour were un-electable, placed my cross next to the Green Party candidate, knowing full well that I was wasting my time. My right to criticise remains intact, it's part of our UK identity and culture.
Quite how tomorrow's headlines will read is completely unknown, but one thing's for sure, Boris has made a very serious error of judgement in offering support to this odious little maggot! With so many of us sticking rigidly to the government's advice; it would seem "do as I say, not as I do" to be clear message emanating from No.10. How many MP's, of all parties, will be under pressure, from constituents who have experienced far more trying ordeals of illness and childcare, without the need to drive 260 miles? A major "U" turn in this debacle is the only way forward, otherwise it ain't going away and the Great British public will have lost all faith in what the politicians, and their scientific advisers, are asking us to adhere to. If the rule makers don't stick to them why should anyone else?
I'm sure the entire front line team of NHS staff, community carers, police and ambulance paramedics are fully supportive of what Boris had to say today. When that second peak occurs, then maybe he might just understand what a complete moron he has as his chief adviser? Too late, too late, will be the cry!
Even Sir Roger Gale, the North Thanet Conservative MP, since 1983, has added his voice to the calls for the removal of Cummings from UK political involvement - not very often I find myself agreeing with this guy, that's for sure!