I actually feel sorry for Boris Johnson

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Ferrograd
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I don't like him, but I don't envy him. I, a hardcore Labour supporter and member, am reliefed we didn't win in 2019 so we wouldn't have to pick up the pieces from this disaster. Maybe this will show just how underfunded the NHS is and the people will wake up and realise we need a Labour government. That said, my thoughts are first and foremost with the dead and ill.
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I agree. I don’t support his party by any means, but I can’t argue with the fact that people saying “he’s prime minister what did he expect?” is really uncalled for since he couldn’t predict that this was going to happen and anyone would struggle with the pressure. I just think we all need to stop playing the blame game because it’s no one’s fault, at least not in the UK, and we need to try to find solidarity in these trying times instead of arguing over what we THINK is right.
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I voted for Corbyn in December, but I'm actually pretty impressed with how Johnson is handling the coronavirus situation.
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(Original post by Ferrograd)
I don't like him, but I don't envy him. I, a hardcore Labour supporter and member, am reliefed we didn't win in 2019 so we wouldn't have to pick up the pieces from this disaster. Maybe this will show just how underfunded the NHS is and the people will wake up and realise we need a Labour government. That said, my thoughts are first and foremost with the dead and ill.
As long as Corbyn has ****ed off.
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(Original post by Pharyngotympanic)
As long as Corbyn has ****ed off.
Hes supposed to be in self isolation but is ignoring lol. He doesn't have to worry, he is a very fit and strong man.
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Guys do I self isolate? I know college is closing on Friday anyway so it’s not that big a deal, but we’re getting all our resources for the next few months tomorrow and I don’t want to miss it. However, these past few days I’ve had a nasty cough, I wouldn’t say persistent because I cough like twice every hour, but my throat just feels dry. It’s probably nothing, but I don’t know whether to be precautious.
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boris came in basically for the brexit but was hit by corona virus
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I feel sorry for Boris personally, has gotta make a lot of tough calls etc I feel he is doing the best he can
Huuh?
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Nope. He deserves it.

As does Trump,Putin and that cocktease Xi.

He is doing a crap job before COVID19 and now is being complacent after the outbreak.

Hopefully this outbreak ends his administration.
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Nope. He deserves it.

As does Trump,Putin and that cocktease Xi.

He is doing a crap job before COVID19 and now is being complacent after the outbreak.

Hopefully this outbreak ends his administration.
So the virus is his fault then?
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Ah well, crap job, but I doubt he gave a toss for anyone having this sort of stress everyday just to get by beforehand. If 20 years of physical aging has to hit someone in the back on the head it's as well being him.
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Uh no its Chinas fault.

First case was in November. Commie scums

I dont see why we dont let US and China wipe each other out already. UK and Russia can go at it too.

Do the world a favour.

Nope borris obviously aint to blame for the virus. Xi is in terms of hiding the truth about it. But borris IS responsible for the massive and further increase in deaths across the UK because he diddnt close the borders as soon as this damn thing broke out.

Meh why do i care. It sucks that it only kills 60s+. I wish it killed Milennials and 30-40 year olds. Old people are just the cutest!😍
So you saying you hope I die from it as I am in my 30s then?
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Never have Harold Macmillan’s words seemed truer:-

“Events, dear boy, events”
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I don't. A man with no morals, a man who lies on an industrial scale. No grasp of detail.
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He needs to allay all the panic by shaking hands with lots of people and going down the pub for a pint. I'd certainly do both with him to help diffuse this nonsense.
I now feel a lot less sorry for him, after he cancelled exams. What an evil, wicked thing to do to all those students who have worked so hard.
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He wanted to be prime minister, and that is a job through crisis aswell
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I feel sorry for Boris personally, has gotta make a lot of tough calls etc I feel he is doing the best he can
Zero sympathy its a role he sought plus he has experts advising him and is being paid.
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