View Poll Results: Will Cummings go ?

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    Didn't an advisor to government who broke the rules on self isolation end up being " advised " to quit ? obviously NOT the same situation for Dominic Cummings, after all his boss was able to flit between several homes recently without a problem. People really need to re-read Animal Farm , " All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. "
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      Apparently, the Labour statement said the following:

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      They are completely wrong, of course. There's nothing we expect more in this day and age than for there to be one rule for us and another for Johnson's lackeys.
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      Self entitled piece of shit.

      Would love have travelled to see my mother with MS but realised I was a potential risk to her. My neighbor tested positive

      Beyond Cummings, the Government have sat on this information for weeks.

      Lets hope this eugenics loving, deluded pseudo intellectual disappears from public life in the morning.
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      He is a communications and political genius having done a job to our Country similar to the weavers who convinced the Emprorer in "The Emperor's New Clothes" twice!

      He is the second most important person after Johnson, the Government may well collapse without him so whatever the right or wrongs, the majority is too big, he ain’t going nowhere.

      It is indeed, one rule for Cummings and another rule for the rest of us. The tabloids(Mirror excepted) will back the nasty little c*** to the hilt on this.
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      He is a communications and political genius having done a job to our Country similar to the weavers who convinced the Emprorer in "The Emperor's New Clothes" twice!

      He is the second most important person after Johnson, the Government may well collapse without him so whatever the right or wrongs, the majority is too big, he ain’t going nowhere.

      It is indeed, one rule for Cummings and another rule for the rest of us. The tabloids(Mirror excepted) will back the nasty little c*** to the hilt on this.
      I think he will be gone. The Conservative party are far from united and many MPs were unhappy that he was kept on post Brexit.

      Boris Johnson position (within the party) is far from secure at the moment. He got them their majority, but his usefulness is limited. Raab and Gove will be sharpening their knives.
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      Quote Originally Posted by clapham_gull View Post
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      I think he will be gone. The Conservative party are far from united and many MPs were unhappy that he was kept on post Brexit.

      Boris Johnson position (within the party) is far from secure at the moment. He got them their majority, but his usefulness is limited. Raab and Gove will be sharpening their knives.
      After the way they ditched Neil Ferguson there can be no outcome other than Cummings' sacking/resignation; anything else would be indefensible.
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      Well the defence has started already

      Maybe you'd describe me as blinded by hope and deluded in the fantasies weaved by our eight-legged and sinister leader, but so what. I would rather be lost in the half-cocked dreams of those with the power to persuade than be endlessly pressed by the blathering insomniacs who haven't dreamt for a decade or more and feel the need to talk until all those around them drop, and share their misery.
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      Well the defence has started already

      https://twitter.com/bbclaurak/status...305055745?s=21
      Source says his trip was within guidelines as Cummings went to stay with his parents so they could help with childcare while he and his wife were ill - they insist no breach of lockdown
      Bollocks, compete and utter bollocks.

      Traveled from the heat of the Westminster epidemic (it was number one at the time) to another part of the country whilst ill. No exceptional circumstances, a wealthy man very much in the centre of government who could have found another solution.

      Self entitled hypocritical toe rag.

      If the rest of the country had done that there wouldn't be a lock down.

      Go now and continue your career as a shock jock pseudo academic on the fringes of YouTube, public office isn't your place.

      Let's see if the same Tory MPs who rounded on Scotland's chief medical officer are consistent with their views on Cummings.
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      Why would you travel 250 miles and risk infecting your parents? He would’ve stopped off on route for petrol / toilet facilities, potentially spreading the virus. He’ll have to resign or be sacked.


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      Why would you travel 250 miles and risk infecting your parents? He would’ve stopped off on route for petrol / toilet facilities, potentially spreading the virus. He’ll have to resign or be sacked.


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      He said it was so his kid could be looked after by their grandparents.

      Fair enough

      Boris Johnson: 18th March- 'children should not be left with older grandparents, or older relatives, who may be particularly vulnerable or fall into some of the vulnerable groups'

      Oh..
      'I've been forbidden from announcing anymore targets or deadlines'

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