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Corona Virus 22:39 - Mar 7 with 223411 viewsSgorioFruit

Sorry for new thread,
But how bad do you lot reckon it’s going to get here in the UK?
I just been watching the news. Looking nasty in Italy.

My methods are not favoured by some but by god i speak the truth.
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Corona Virus on 17:07 - Apr 11 with 592 viewsNeath_Jack

Corona Virus on 17:00 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Professor Powis is always very good at these briefings,

We haven’t seen Dr Jenny Harries for ages - she was very good as well.


Dr Harries has been the best one to appear since the start.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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Corona Virus on 17:08 - Apr 11 with 579 viewsNeath_Jack

Corona Virus on 17:04 - Apr 11 by jack2jack

Apart from the fact,that when asked if the Government would apologise to NHS staff for the lack of PPE,and the resultant deaths she clearly avoided the question,shocking.


She is vile.

She was sorry that people felt that way, not that she is sorry that numerous NHS staff have died on the front line.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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Corona Virus on 17:10 - Apr 11 with 564 viewslifelong

Corona Virus on 16:55 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

She is actually not as bad as I feared. Some of what she’s saying is sensible.


There has been some eminent health care specialists saying today that the NHS is simply not getting enough PPE that it requires to protect it’s staff adequately from this deadly virus.
One of them said that some hospitals have had to depend on the public to supply them with this equipment.
It’s a shameful state of affairs and the government seem to be in denial regarding this matter.
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Corona Virus on 17:11 - Apr 11 with 562 viewsjack2jack

Corona Virus on 17:07 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

To clarify, I mean not as bad as I expected when compared to any of the rest of them. I’m starting from a base, as many on here know, of believing her to be one of the worst politicians that’s ever existed.

None of them will admit that the PPE situation should be apologised for.


In fairness the bar has been set very low, and with that non statement, it's been set even lower,disgraceful.Fuming.
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Corona Virus on 17:11 - Apr 11 with 561 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:08 - Apr 11 by Neath_Jack

She is vile.

She was sorry that people felt that way, not that she is sorry that numerous NHS staff have died on the front line.


Agree with the first bit.

But in fairness, she couldn’t answer the question that was posed because that would be an admission that THEY have caused the deaths. Which they are never going to admit, whether true or not.

Every NHS death requires a full, independent investigation after the event. A FULL investigation.

The whole handling of this from start to finish needs to be investigated.
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Corona Virus on 17:13 - Apr 11 with 559 viewsjack2jack

Corona Virus on 17:08 - Apr 11 by Neath_Jack

She is vile.

She was sorry that people felt that way, not that she is sorry that numerous NHS staff have died on the front line.


Exactly NJ, nothing short of disgraceful
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Corona Virus on 17:13 - Apr 11 with 557 viewsmonmouth

Corona Virus on 17:08 - Apr 11 by Neath_Jack

She is vile.

She was sorry that people felt that way, not that she is sorry that numerous NHS staff have died on the front line.


She's not even sorry for that of course,the revolting lump of shit.

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Corona Virus on 17:16 - Apr 11 with 542 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:10 - Apr 11 by lifelong

There has been some eminent health care specialists saying today that the NHS is simply not getting enough PPE that it requires to protect it’s staff adequately from this deadly virus.
One of them said that some hospitals have had to depend on the public to supply them with this equipment.
It’s a shameful state of affairs and the government seem to be in denial regarding this matter.


I agree. But she can’t possibly admit it’s their fault. I don’t blame her for that particularly.

I personally found Hancock worse yesterday when he couldn’t answer how many NHS staff had died. I found the Chief Nurse even worse when she couldn’t answer it. That was after wondering how the hell she’d managed to have a new hairstyle.
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Corona Virus on 17:16 - Apr 11 with 539 viewsjack2jack

Corona Virus on 17:11 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Agree with the first bit.

But in fairness, she couldn’t answer the question that was posed because that would be an admission that THEY have caused the deaths. Which they are never going to admit, whether true or not.

Every NHS death requires a full, independent investigation after the event. A FULL investigation.

The whole handling of this from start to finish needs to be investigated.


I don't think she needs any fairness extended to her or them at all, they have fvcked up, so admit it.Please excuse my French.
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Corona Virus on 17:19 - Apr 11 with 528 viewsNeath_Jack

Corona Virus on 17:11 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Agree with the first bit.

But in fairness, she couldn’t answer the question that was posed because that would be an admission that THEY have caused the deaths. Which they are never going to admit, whether true or not.

Every NHS death requires a full, independent investigation after the event. A FULL investigation.

The whole handling of this from start to finish needs to be investigated.


It says it all about them then, Lisa.

The first thing anyone should do, is hold their hands up when they get it wrong. I've had to do it in my job, and the company I work for has had to do it as well.

It's common decency to do so.

Them admitting to it or not will be irrelevant in the event of an investigation. Because a proper investigation should not be swayed by someone saying sorry.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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Corona Virus on 17:21 - Apr 11 with 517 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:16 - Apr 11 by jack2jack

I don't think she needs any fairness extended to her or them at all, they have fvcked up, so admit it.Please excuse my French.


Of course they do. But she can’t admit that today. I don’t blame her in particular for that. It’s not really her role. The Home Secretary is not going to admit culpability.

Don’t get me wrong, questions need answering, but the responsibility for that needs to be the PM, the Health Secretary, the medical advisers. The PPE issue and the testing issue, are, for me, the two biggest questions.
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Corona Virus on 17:21 - Apr 11 with 516 viewsmonmouth

Corona Virus on 17:11 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Agree with the first bit.

But in fairness, she couldn’t answer the question that was posed because that would be an admission that THEY have caused the deaths. Which they are never going to admit, whether true or not.

Every NHS death requires a full, independent investigation after the event. A FULL investigation.

The whole handling of this from start to finish needs to be investigated.


The inevitable whitewash 5 years from now you mean? File under Iraq.

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Corona Virus on 17:23 - Apr 11 with 501 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:21 - Apr 11 by monmouth

The inevitable whitewash 5 years from now you mean? File under Iraq.


I don’t think that will be acceptable Monnie, at least, I hope it’s not.

I’d put someone like Lady Hale in charge of it. And it needs to report within 6 months.
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Corona Virus on 17:26 - Apr 11 with 484 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

The journalists questions are very poor every day.

Besian Idrizaj Forever a Jack

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Corona Virus on 17:28 - Apr 11 with 479 viewsmonmouth

Corona Virus on 17:21 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Of course they do. But she can’t admit that today. I don’t blame her in particular for that. It’s not really her role. The Home Secretary is not going to admit culpability.

Don’t get me wrong, questions need answering, but the responsibility for that needs to be the PM, the Health Secretary, the medical advisers. The PPE issue and the testing issue, are, for me, the two biggest questions.


She could have said 'I am absolutely sorry to my core that any health workers have died, for whatever reason, and indeed anyone has died. This virus is horrifying' If pressed on PPE she could have just said 'I'm afraid I don't have any proof or otherwise of your assertions', as it surely isn't going to go away. Effectively palm it off to Johnno, and Hancock. This for once really isn't down to the loathsome snake Patel. I didn't see it, but they should have gone after her at full throttle on immigration and key workers.

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Corona Virus on 17:29 - Apr 11 with 478 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:19 - Apr 11 by Neath_Jack

It says it all about them then, Lisa.

The first thing anyone should do, is hold their hands up when they get it wrong. I've had to do it in my job, and the company I work for has had to do it as well.

It's common decency to do so.

Them admitting to it or not will be irrelevant in the event of an investigation. Because a proper investigation should not be swayed by someone saying sorry.


Of course it does. But SHE can’t do that today. That’s the only point I’m making.

I think, the way that these investigations go, an apology would be seen as an admission that they could have done better.

That’s the issue really. It’s not that the shortage of PPE isn’t a disgrace, it’s whether it realistically could have been done differently given the situation. All countries seem to be saying similar things to us. The bit I think that they are absolutely culpable for, is that my understanding is that companies like Burberry volunteered weeks ago to manufacture gowns and that they weren’t taken up on it. That’s a complete disgrace if true.
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Corona Virus on 17:29 - Apr 11 with 475 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:26 - Apr 11 by JACKMANANDBOY

The journalists questions are very poor every day.


Dreadful.
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Corona Virus on 17:31 - Apr 11 with 464 viewsjack2jack

Corona Virus on 17:21 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Of course they do. But she can’t admit that today. I don’t blame her in particular for that. It’s not really her role. The Home Secretary is not going to admit culpability.

Don’t get me wrong, questions need answering, but the responsibility for that needs to be the PM, the Health Secretary, the medical advisers. The PPE issue and the testing issue, are, for me, the two biggest questions.


Sorry disagree, she is standing there on behalf of the government, and yet as a human being, no apology was forthcoming,it stinks of miss management of the highest order,where people are losing their lives because of their ineptitude.
No more to be said.
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Corona Virus on 17:34 - Apr 11 with 458 viewsZaxx

Corona Virus on 17:28 - Apr 11 by monmouth

She could have said 'I am absolutely sorry to my core that any health workers have died, for whatever reason, and indeed anyone has died. This virus is horrifying' If pressed on PPE she could have just said 'I'm afraid I don't have any proof or otherwise of your assertions', as it surely isn't going to go away. Effectively palm it off to Johnno, and Hancock. This for once really isn't down to the loathsome snake Patel. I didn't see it, but they should have gone after her at full throttle on immigration and key workers.


Without testing and tracing in place the reason can never be established. I'm sure that this government will use their inadequate preparation as a positive, for themselves at least.

An easy get out I guess. Expect the likes of " they caught it in the supermarket, not whilst at work in the line of duty", or " They had the PPE, they just used it incorrectly" ad fcuking infinitum...
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Corona Virus on 17:35 - Apr 11 with 452 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:28 - Apr 11 by monmouth

She could have said 'I am absolutely sorry to my core that any health workers have died, for whatever reason, and indeed anyone has died. This virus is horrifying' If pressed on PPE she could have just said 'I'm afraid I don't have any proof or otherwise of your assertions', as it surely isn't going to go away. Effectively palm it off to Johnno, and Hancock. This for once really isn't down to the loathsome snake Patel. I didn't see it, but they should have gone after her at full throttle on immigration and key workers.


Yes, that was my only point. You explained it better than me.

Hancock is the one that has to be pressed on this. Not her. I can’t stand her, but she can’t stand there and admit culpability.

The question was framed as a gotcha to be honest. It was ‘will you apologise for the deaths caused by your failures to provide proper PPE’ (words to that effect). By saying she apologised if anyone believed that was the case she probably went further than the others have done. Hancock keeps saying it’s not an issue, or if it is, it’s the fault of staff using it inappropriately. That’s far worse.
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Corona Virus on 17:38 - Apr 11 with 437 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:31 - Apr 11 by jack2jack

Sorry disagree, she is standing there on behalf of the government, and yet as a human being, no apology was forthcoming,it stinks of miss management of the highest order,where people are losing their lives because of their ineptitude.
No more to be said.


Where was the criticism of the health secretary. He’s the one actually in charge. Or Johnson. Or Raab if he’s now in charge. She was sensible on the subject of police, domestic abuse etc, which are her areas.
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Corona Virus on 17:41 - Apr 11 with 426 viewslondonlisa2001

Corona Virus on 17:34 - Apr 11 by Zaxx

Without testing and tracing in place the reason can never be established. I'm sure that this government will use their inadequate preparation as a positive, for themselves at least.

An easy get out I guess. Expect the likes of " they caught it in the supermarket, not whilst at work in the line of duty", or " They had the PPE, they just used it incorrectly" ad fcuking infinitum...


The last bit is what the health secretary said yesterday ( after updating us on what Johnson is watching on the TV, of course).

I think that was by far the most disgraceful thing said in any of these briefings to date, and yet people are having much more of a go today. Blaming the right people will help.
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Corona Virus on 17:45 - Apr 11 with 416 viewsjack2jack

Corona Virus on 17:38 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

Where was the criticism of the health secretary. He’s the one actually in charge. Or Johnson. Or Raab if he’s now in charge. She was sensible on the subject of police, domestic abuse etc, which are her areas.


Don't remember any of those being directly asked that question,however ,I haven't seen all the briefings.
I will however, extend my criticism to all of them.
The whole thing is a shambles.
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Corona Virus on 17:46 - Apr 11 with 413 viewsmonmouth

Corona Virus on 17:41 - Apr 11 by londonlisa2001

The last bit is what the health secretary said yesterday ( after updating us on what Johnson is watching on the TV, of course).

I think that was by far the most disgraceful thing said in any of these briefings to date, and yet people are having much more of a go today. Blaming the right people will help.


Patel was only there because of the criticism of no females and that she's disappeared. If she was an actual human, I might feel sorry for her. Hancock should do all these in Johnson's absence. He would have caught it in the balls today.

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Corona Virus on 17:47 - Apr 11 with 1114 viewsCountyJim

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