Sunday, May 24, 2020

48 hours that prove the unelected Dominic Cummings is running Britain like a Mafia boss













































107 comments:

  1. Johnson looking really weak right now. If he doesn't even have the guts to sack an aid that steps well out of line, causing a big scandal, then there's no way he can lead the UK out of the EU.

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  2. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 24, 2020 at 7:55 PM

    Grant Schapps made an arse of himself this morning. Johnson follows suit this evening.

    Britnats are diddies but Brexiteer Britnats are gold standard diddies. They made the UK an international laughing stock in series 1 called Get Brexit Done. More laughs in Series 2 called The Pandemic but with the added black comedy of thousands of unnnecessary deaths.

    People in Scotland who vote for these murdering clowns should be ashamed - but they won't - a sense of shame is not in their make up.

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    1. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 2:27 PM

      Gavin Williamson made an arse of himself this morning. Up next is Cummings?

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  3. Laid bare here is a fantastic example of the hypocritical quagmire the Scottish tories are in.

    The cognitive dissonance they are able to achieve in 'holding the SNP to account' while not applying the same standards to the actions of the UK Government is ridiculous

    I'm biased, but hard to imagine how this cuts through to their softer tory base as not being ridiculous

    The night and day reaction between Calderwood/Cummings just heightens that

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  4. These people are off the scale liars and hypocrites.
    I'm even more ashamed to be part of the shit heap that the uk had become.
    The day it is safe let's get those YES stalls on the streets and let's leave this corrupt and collapsing dung heap for good.

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  5. We are through the looking glass...

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  6. Said on the Guardian this morning that I thought Cummings would pull a Trump, declare it all fake news and ban any annoying journalists from future briefings.

    Not surprised at the outcome. Think Johnstone will aim to ride it out to keep his main man. 5 years to an election and a big majority he can probably do it at this juncture.

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  7. The real reason for the attack on Cummings is he intellectually destroyed the remainers. He made you all look like pure mugs. You were beaten and cannae stomach defeat. The man will have helped save billions of taxpayers money scheduled for the EU Mafia.

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  8. Poor Nutt zis, insufferable in defeat, more to be pitied than scolded.

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  9. Johnson's statement was so perfectly crafted and delivered, its almost as if he had help writing it.

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    1. I thought that all politicians had aide de camps (advisors paid for by the taxpayer) who polished their shoes, wiped their bums and wrote their speeches for idiots like you to believe them.

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  10. The new Parcel of Rogues in our Scottish Nation are the Nationalists who want to line their pockets in the EU.

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  11. Indefensible. Untenable.

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  12. Well, DomCom just couldn't resign. He has to be kept securely in place to deliver Brexit, come what may. International big money depends on it.

    If you thought that there was no damage that the current Tory party wouldn't be willing to inflict on the UK to "get Brexit done", you clearly didn't anticipate the half of it. (But who in the circumstances possibly could? No-one could have foreseen the degree of insouciant self-serving indifference the lot would demonstrate while ruling at the very heart of the worst crisis encountered within living memory. It requires a breathtaking combination of wanton destructiveness and indifference not seen since the days of Nero.)

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  13. The real eejits are the politicians who tell us to STAY ALERT yet catch the virus themselves, passing it on to UK ministers and their own wives and families.
    Johnson's speech exonerating Cummings for a clear breach of the lockdown rules that everybody else has to follow
    - or face a fine, was obviously agreed with Cummings beforehand.
    Johnson demeans the office of prime minister.
    Scottish Independence cannot come soon enough.

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  14. Who are, who are, who are we, we are Huawei and we've got 5G. Firebomb 5G now. Protect yourselves from corona.

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  15. The poisonous idiot GWC does his monkey dance on Cummings and Johnson's organ again.The 'intellectual achievement' of Brexit was to stimulate enough jingoist, xenophobic racism to blind a narrow majority into voting against their own best economic interests. It's not surprising that our resident monkey likes that. He's one of those to whom a racist, religious sectarian future appeals. Go blow your wee whistle with the rest of the brain dead you medieval primitive.

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    1. You remainer sirry irriots lost. Your self declared superior intellect has cost the UK billions in payments to the EU corrupt mafia. You prefer to hand our money to those who do not need it in preference to helping your fellow countrymen. Perhaps having food banks in Scotland makes you feel good and charitable.

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    2. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 11:55 AM

      Well said Alt Clut. I am not surprised that people in England vote for tossers like Johnson but for Britnats who try to tell themselves they are Scottish to vote for someone who published an article saying Scots are vermin, Scotland is like an interment camp and Scots should be exterminated like the vermin they are shows just how ignorant the Britnats are or lacking in any pride - HOUSE JOCKS they are. No doubt about it now.

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  16. Mind you, as England in Unionist speak is a Home Nation was Cummings not obeying the STAY HOME message at least as much as Charlie Windsor who had the virus but travelled to stay AT HOME in Scotland. A bit of a stretch mind!

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  17. 60% of care homes, 60% jeez!

    The spread of coronavirus in care homes is "heartbreaking" and "will haunt a lot of us for a long time", Nicola Sturgeon has said.

    Cases of the virus have been reported in 60% of Scotland's care homes, with a total of 5,635 residents affected.

    Ministers have come under pressure over why hundreds of hospital patients were sent to homes without being tested.

    Ms Sturgeon said her government had "done what we thought was best based on the knowledge that we had at the time".

    But she said applying "hindsight" and "knowledge we have now that we didn't have then" would lead her to "a different conclusion".

    Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said there should be a review of social care in Scotland in the wake of the pandemic, as it had "shone a light" on areas that needed to be improved.

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    1. 60% is remarkably low for such high multi-occupancy environments. If hotels, student residences, cruise ships etc were still open, we could expect infections in close to 100% of these; certainly the larger premises.

      Of course we've shut all these down and sent people home for this reason; it's nearly impossible to contain in such environments. What with people living in close quarters, lots of people coming and going etc (care staff, medical staff, residents in and out of hospital). Care homes are like a hotel / restaurant / large gathering all rolled up into one. But we can't close them down of course.

      Sad truth of the matter. Seasonal flu does the same, but at least we have a vaccine.

      Does again show why the Scottish government were wrong to follow the UK one nation plan though, with hindsight. Taking a different testing path could have helped here, at least a little.

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    2. If they are haunted then that is an admission of failure and they are responsible for unnecessary deaths. They should consider resigning. After all Cummings only drove to Co Durham in the interest of his child his decisions killed no one.

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    3. You believe the UK government should resign GWC? They are responsible for the one nation policy approach which you insist is what Holyrood is following in lockstep.

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    4. Actually I do not think any of the Govs should resign. But if one does they all should. They were all aware from the end of January 2020 what was going on in China. They ordered the freeing up of beds in hospitals of the elderly and we know the consequences. It is you Nutt sis who are trying to distance yourselfs from the part you played in the decisions made. The witch hunt against Cummings is purely political because he is the man more than any who delivered Brexit. The Sunday Times did a virus timeline yesterday and if the politicians who made the decisions read it their erses will be squeaking.

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    5. But the virus could only have arrived in the UK via migration, which is a reserved matter.

      Same for internal migration amongst the UK nations; Scotland could not stop arrivals from hotspot England in the same way Norway and other countries could by tightening borders.

      You seem to want to have your cake and eat it.

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    6. Cummings is an unelected bureaucrat dictating laws to us while milking the taxpayer's purse.

      It is not Boris who should decide his fate, but us voters. I give him a thumbs down.

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    7. The Scottish Government showed no concern about migration including international flights directy into Scotland.
      The German Health Minister broke ranks against Trump yesterday and said Trump had a point about the WHO. However he did urge the USA to contribute.

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  18. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 12:01 PM

    Scotland being ruled by London has since 1707 always resulted in unnecessary deaths in Scotland through British state violence, The Clearances and enforced poverty. The pandemic deaths due to being in the UK is just more of the same. As long as there are Britnats in Scotland to vote for Scots to die then this will continue.

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    1. The British did a good job at Culloden and the Clearances gave people a new life away from feudalism and fighting for Clan Chiefs.

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  19. What are the bets that Cummings's interview goes down as well with the public as Prince Edward's?

    The fact that he's doing it shows his breathtaking arrogance. It's like he sees himself as PM or something.

    The guy is an unelected bureaucrat with way too much power it seems. No wonder GWC is such a big fan.

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    1. How many highly paid beaurocrats, advisors,speech writers etc does the Scottish Gov employ over and above the over abundance of MSPs.

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    2. The Holyrood advisers that broke lockdown rules have resigned.

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    3. Unionists are crushed and yet still they resort to whataboutary insults and bigotry which compounds and enhances their incompetence and dependence

      The behaviour of so called Scottish Unionists is the worst and most foul of the breed, cowards and gutless whores every last one of them demonstrating no backbone of their own, it's no wonder they hang on to Englands coatails like frightened children who can't stand on their own two feet

      It wouldn't be so bad if it got them somewhere, but England has no time for them and would get rid of them as quickly as it would those of us who have grown up hormones

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  20. The so-called united kingdom continues to disintegrate. Many thanks to unelected Cummings, liar and coward Johnson, the scummy English/British nationalist media et al.

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  21. Unionist politicians in Scotland are under threat, and it could be an extinction event, please send £3 per week if you want to save this species from extinction

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  22. Yeh GWC - and that nice mr Hitler built some lovely autobahns. You're even more stupid than I thought. Can you dress yourself without a diagram ?

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    1. Yeh and you Nutt Zis would have helped Adolf build more in the UK.

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    2. Covidia the Britnat si would have thrown its own grandmother under the bus to earn brownie points from the Gestapo.

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  23. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 4:25 PM

    The British State has confirmed you can act on instinct, ignore laws to protect your children.

    Time for Nicola Sturgeon to do the same. Ignore sect 30 to protect the future of Scotlands children.

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    1. David Cameron came up with that little section 30 legality to prevent her doing just that and Alex Salmond agreed to it after he had announced the 2014 referendum

      So who was the real impediment to Scotlands Independence, the man who agreed to Westminsters interference by allowing the BBC to take control of the agenda against the regulations of the UN

      All the moaners want Nicola Sturgeon to ignore all the rules that Alex Salmond agreed to but seem to forget he set them up and he lost, now he's dumped it on her, and these idiots want Salmond back, well no thanks I don't believe these people, they don't want to win a referendum they just want to have another glorious loss

      They'll be wanting to bring back Kenny Dalgliesh to play for Scotland next

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    2. Anonymous - lost count of the number of times you have posted these comments. Sturgeon was party to all of what you say in 2014. So you are posting mince.

      Ps you spelt Dalglish wrongly.

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  24. What a joke the whole Cummings affair is.

    It is appropriate that the Northumberland police say they contacted the family on 1st April but did not speak to them about breaking the rules in travelling from London to Durham knowing at least one of them had the virus.

    Piers will lie.

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  25. Does the wife of Cummings never/unable to drive?

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  26. Drove 30 miles to 'test his eyesight'.

    LOL. Heard it all now.

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    1. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 11:48 PM

      Was a Specsavers open in Barnard Castle?

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    2. Mary, I think I'm going blind. Chuck junior in the car and I'll drive us to Barnard Castle for a picnic.

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  27. Dominic Cummings is not a danger to the public says Dominic Cummings😂😂😂😂😂

    Liers will lie.

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    1. You are a danger to yourself.

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    2. Covidia represents no danger to anyone. It's as harmless as it is clueless and obedient.

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    3. The Johnson& Cummings set love the wee Tory Covidias of this world. They're like Annie Wells or Ross Thomson, never realising their social superiors are laughing at their obedience.

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  28. If I go for a drive during lockdown while infected with covid, can I give the police the excuse that I'm just out testing my eyesight?

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  29. He's not remotely sorry; says he does't regret a thing.

    That translates as 'Shut it you serf scum; don't you know who I am!'.

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  30. He's laughing in the faces of real british families.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-52798032

    Dominic Cummings row: The families who stayed away in lockdown

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  31. Scraping the barrel Nutt Zis. That Alt Clut seems bit of an anti English anti protestant bigot. Sounds like someone whose underwear was tampered with.

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    1. It's you that's anti-English. You can't stand English people, hence you are against them having their own independent country.

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    2. They have independence in the Union as Scotland does

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    3. Covidia knows its place. It is obedient. Staunch.

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  32. Young James/Skier you could dae wan ae they crowdfundedthingies and take Cummings tae Court for breaking the law. We know how much Nutt sis love the law and the democratic process.

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  33. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 25, 2020 at 7:58 PM

    I don't believe Cummings story.

    10 Downing st was infected with the virus and he thought I'm out of here for a 2 week hol over Easter and hopefully Downing st will be cleared up by the time I get back. Just my opinion.

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    1. If that is true then it was wise to do a runner.

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    2. Nobody is saying Cummings is stupid (unlike you GWC) just a Britnat liar which is pretty standard for Britnat turds.

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  34. Who would have thought that two right wing parties would be in power in the UK and Scotland for the last decade. Tartan und Blue Tories respectively. The rich and ruling classes sleep easy in their beds.

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    1. Covidia obeys its Tory overlords in all matters except one:

      pickforbritain.org.uk

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  35. The question nobody is asking.
    Who authorised Cummings Cross Channel appearance on live TV?
    Who had most to gain?
    Remember Cummings was elected by nobody. If he goes Johnson will be a lame duck PM.
    It's sink or swim for the Tories and their precious Union.
    Jaiket, Peg, Shoogly.

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  36. Poor Jocko Nutt zis, the James V1 Witchhunt failed against Cummings. Just suck oan yer Buckfast dummy tits and think again.

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    1. pickforbritain.org.uk

      To the fields, Covidia! To the fields! Join all the other angry ultra-right-wing Britnat sis in patriotic duty!

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    2. Get these Britnat turds on the fields. Dung is always appreciated by farmers on their land.

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  37. The difference in how well the UK and Scottish governments are thought to have handled the coronavirus crisis is remarkable.

    After all, they have both faced very similar criticisms, including too little PPE, too little testing and too little care and attention to the needs of care homes.

    Yet according to Ipsos Mori's research for BBC Scotland released on Tuesday, 82% of Scots think that Nicola Sturgeon has handled the crisis well, while almost as many (78%) say the same of the Scottish government as a whole.

    In contrast, only just over one in three (34%) believe that the UK government has handled matters well, while even fewer say the same of Boris Johnson (30%).

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  38. Downing Street has suffered its first ministerial resignation in protest at accusations Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules by travelling 264 miles across the country.

    Douglas Ross, minister for Scotland, has announced: “I haven’t commented publicly on the situation with Dominic Cummings as I have waited to hear the full details. I welcome the statement to clarify matters, but there remains aspects of the explanation which I have trouble with. As a result I have resigned as a government Minister.”

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    1. I cautiously give credit to Ross for this.

      However, I'm always suspicious of Tory motives in such matters.

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    2. The attitude of Downing st and Cummings to Ross resigning will be:-

      "Who gives a f***k - plenty more House Jocks in Jockland "

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    3. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 26, 2020 at 5:37 PM

      The only thing Douglas Ross has trouble with is that he only has a majority of 513 in his seat and he has probably had more than that number of constituents saying they won't vote Tory again in his email inbox.

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  39. When you don't have Westminster in charge.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-52801791

    Coronavirus: No new deaths in Republic of Ireland

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  40. This is how the BEEB tried to explain that Nicola had a posative +75% net rating and Boris had a negative -17% rating a net lead of 92%.... Totally unheard of lead when Landslides are founded on leads of between 5% and 10%.

    So how do they deal with this "bad news" well hide it under a bland headline, "Coronavirus lockdown: Scots' concerns over UK response"

    A tsunami of rejection is just a "concern"!

    But it has to be explained so they turn to one of their pet Professors to explain this anomaly.

    Analysis

    by Sir John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University

    The difference in how well the UK and Scottish governments are thought to have handled the coronavirus crisis is remarkable.

    After all, they have both faced very similar criticisms, including too little PPE, too little testing and too little care and attention to the needs of care homes.

    In part, the explanation lies in long standing differences in attitudes towards the two governments. Ever since the advent of devolution, voters in Scotland have been inclined to evaluate the Scottish government more highly than its counterpart in London, whatever the issue at stake.

    The Scottish government benefits from a halo effect whereby credit for what is done well in Scotland is attributed to Holyrood and blame for poor performance is laid at the door of Westminster.

    Meanwhile many voters will be viewing the two governments through a partisan lens. And it also looks as though the Scottish government is closer to the public mood as to how the lockdown should now be handled.

    So nothing to see here, both goverments struggled and the reason for a 92% point lead for Nicola is the "Halo Effect", Clanish voting habits, xenophobic hatred of Westminster. Silly Jocks just don't get it, as from a Unionist perspective Nicola cannot legitimately have done, just let me think... Better!

    And it is not just us Jocks that think so, A nice English Doctor in Durham was being interviewed and said she was following Nicola's advice rather than Boris's. That Partisan Halo Effect is strong in that Nicola!

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  41. Mr Kelly can you get the Data from that Poll? It would be interesting to see if other Questions were asked and your thoughts on it!

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  42. The UK is an international laughing stock.

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  43. See this 2 week quarantine on arrival in the UK thing...

    Given the UK is one of the worst affected countries globally, surely it would make more sense to instead quarantine native Brits for 2 weeks and let arrivals from low infection rate countries wander around freely?

    In terms of preventing infection, statistically it's a no-brainer.

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    1. A low infection still means infection exists. So what if one of those from a low infection country has the virus and spreads it. I think you have temporarily lost your brain. People coming to this country should be isolated in their own country then tested before departure. That I suggest is a no-brainer.

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    2. Erm, you don't get statistics do you.

      If someone is from a lower infection rate country, they present a lower risk of infection than a local brit. Ergo, to prevent infection, it is better to quarantine the brit.

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    3. To prevent infection best to quarantine everyone, which is why everyone coming into the country Brit or otherwise has to quarantine. Quite simple to understand really.

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    4. You don't understand either. I have more chance of catching covid from Bob getting off the train from Birmingham than from Olaf getting off the plane from Oslo. So, it makes more sense to quarantine Bob.

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    5. Nope it makes more sense to quarantine everyone. Unless you can guarantee that there is no chance of Olaf is not infected then there is still a risk, therefore he should be quarantined, the same as Bob.

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    6. It's about risk management. Both could be quarantined if that was deemed wise, but obviously Bob crossing the border at Gretna is higher risk than Olaf arriving from Oslo because Norway is less infected than England. That was my point, which can't be disputed.

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    7. Have you evidence for that. England infection rate is 0.25% from the latest statistical figures. I'm sure you have the same information available for Norway so we can make a comparison?

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  44. During that press conference on Monday, Dominic Cummings claimed that he had been worried about a pandemic for some time and that last year he had written about the possible threat of coronaviruses and the urgent need for planning.

    However, Jens Wiechers, a data scientist, put Cummings’ blogpost mentioning coronaviruses through the Wayback Machine – a digital archive – and found that the relevant paragraphs had been added on 14 April – the day Cummings returned to work after the trip to Durham.

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  45. Barely anything in it, new figures published on Tuesday by the Office for National Statistics which show that 42,173 deaths involving coronavirus occurred in England and Wales up to May 15 (and had been registered up to May 23).

    Meanwhile, the latest figures from the National Records of Scotland, published last week, showed 3,546 deaths involving Covid-19 had been registered in Scotland up to May 17.

    Compared to NI, doesn't look great

    And the latest figures from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, also published last week, showed 664 deaths involving Covid-19 had been registered in Northern Ireland up to May 20.

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    1. 3.5k is a crap load less than 42.3 k, which I'm very thankful for.

      N. Ireland has had the benefit of not being directly connected to England, but the Republic. It didn't get the flood of campervan and holiday castle owners that Scotland and Wales did.

      If Scotland could have closed the border when England refused to lockdown the Wuhan that London was, we'd be looking at similar numbers to Norway, Denmark etc.

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    2. Skier your comments about quarantine are formed by your ant English/Brit hatred. All it takes is one infected person to cause havoc. A sensible person above suggests everyone coming or going should be quarantined. For instance if your frog wife leaves for frog land she should be quarantined in the UK and tested before travelling. The same routine on return.

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    3. The UK government is talking about travel bridges for less infected countries. The fact you attack their idea shows your anti-English hatred.

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    4. If you multiply 3.5k by 11.5 to give a per capita figure you're not far off.

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    5. But per capita figures are meaningless for such low death rates.

      By that measure, the 42 dead in San Mario is somehow much, much worse than the nearly 100k dead in the USA. 42 = worse than 100k? Okey dokey.

      Highlights the idiocy of per capita when dealing with localised, early stage epidemics which have not spread through the entire population.

      It's why the news focus is on total deaths primarily. That is the tragedy and lives affected.

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  46. LOL.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-52802057

    Coronavirus: Scots Tory leader joins call for Cummings to quit

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    1. Tory Tank Commander and Tartan Tory Irish Skier have love in.

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  47. The actual mortality rate in England has been estimated at 51 thousand by the time the hidden care home figures and deaths attributed on death certificates are released making England per capita the highest mortality rate so far in the world

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    1. Near 60k in the latest figures.

      https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/26/uk-coronavirus-deaths-weekly-covid-19

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    2. It has also been estimated to be about 60k deaths.

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  48. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 26, 2020 at 5:01 PM

    Liz Loyd is the best Chief of Staff in the UK.

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    1. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 26, 2020 at 5:14 PM

      Ha ha only joking just testing when James allows you to say Liz Loyd.

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  49. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 26, 2020 at 5:12 PM

    Jackson Carlaw says Cummings must go.

    Cummings say who the f**k is Carlaw.

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  50. ScottytheScotinScotlandMay 26, 2020 at 5:23 PM

    Ruth Davidson says to her Tory colleagues "I'm going to resign in protest at Cummings actions".

    Tory pals " Em Ruth you've already done that and no one cared in London"

    House Jocks despised in Scotland and London.

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  51. Wee Jock McFurloeh the remainer who has been living it up on taxpayers money says if I could only drive 500 miles a wid dae in Cummings. Screw him and his English family we are living in hell up here in Scotland.

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    1. Aye Jock ah agree ah hid tae staun oot side ASDA fur 10 mins tae get ma weekly booze ration. That is longer than standing in the brew fur ma milk tokens. We need independence now.

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  52. Amazing to see those on the left of the Labour party loose their shit over the fact that someone they think is too 'right wing' has been elected as the general secretary.

    Guys, Corbyn lost. No only did he loose he managed to turn a nineish point lead in the polls at this point last year into one of the worst Labour defeats ever.

    If they continue to snipe and moan from the sidelines then they will rapidly undo any gains that are made. Sometimes think some on the Labour left would prefer not winning an election rather than winning with a leader /party hierarchy they think is too far to the right.

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    1. The labour left are moaners and do not want power. Winning means responsibility.

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