Behaviour of the Public and Dominic Cummings

capfits

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Hindsight

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Lincolnshire
Oh dear


Strangely enough the Daily fail and Torygraph are not reporting.

Now what happened to that Prof Ferguson chap....
Well he has been circulating with the Eton Rifles, so is now fully entitled as a member of the 'ruling elite' Hey ho.
 

primmiemoo

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Devon
Getting help with childcare whilst ill, and driving long distances with children while displaying symptoms are different things.

The couple did not stay at home on displaying symptoms. The grandparents could have driven down to help with care for the children whilst the parents isolated themselves completely - locked themselves away so as to shield the grandparents - until recovered.

Also, the couple have been "economical with the truth" as to their whereabouts whilst showing symptoms. They were plainly not at home.
 

tullah

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Linconshire
Dont even contemplate getting rid of Cummings. The bitter remain camp and labour are after blood because he was behind the referendum and Tory election win and that's one good reason to keep him on. They've been waiting to pounce on him. He's the only man in there with any ideas how to drain the swamp and turn this country around.
He may look a touch odd to some but given the chance he will get rid of all the dead wood and and establishment who have been a hindrance for years.
 

turbo

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lincs
If anyone drives from London to Durham (And back again) with a child I’m suggesting they would need to stop at a service station for petrol and a snack and a wee at least once

they at least need to explain how they managed this bit.
As I understand it they drove to Durham and stopped in an empty cottage on the farm so never came into contact with his parents but were near enough if the worst case happened for his parents to look after a 4 year old
 

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Innovation and tech in action at Cereals LIVE


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