Faced with allegations of double-standards, hypocrisy and one rule for the rich, the Government have moved heaven and earth to protect Dominic Cummings from further criticism.
Boris Johnson’s chief political adviser and close personal friend, undertook a 250-mile journey to Durham to dump his 4-year-old child with his ageing parents. Given that Dominic and his wife were likely to be Corona Virus positive, this journey broke the law he helped design.
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During the Corona Virus lockdown, many people have become bored watching TV, Netflix and endless YouTube videos. By happenchance, Manchester United’s star striker, Ian Napton, has discovered a book.
The incident occurred when his Chiropodist came around to pamper his tootsies. As she set up her oils and unguents, she took the book from her bag and placed it to one side.
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There is some doubt about The Foreign Secretary’s qualification for such an important Cabinet position. Originally awarded a passing grade in Geography, his confusion over Wales position in the UK, and the strategic importance of Dover in Anglo-European trade has called this grading into question.
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The Government has urged people to stay alert. As the lockdown is lifted, the chances of accidental contact with The Daily Mail increase to dangerous levels.
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