14 on-point responses to MPs’ damning report into the government’s Covid response
I’m sure this report, labelling the Covid response one of the worst public health failures in history, was highly partisan, led as it was by Tory MPs, with a Tory majority…. https://t.co/SP798zGRn6
— Prof Paul Bernal (@PaulbernalUK) October 12, 2021
— Nick Harvey (@mrnickharvey) October 12, 2021
Shocked at this Covid Report, lads. I thought they’d done ok.
I mean, they did put the economy above public health and then ended up fucking the economy anyway, and there was the flagrant corruption and the seemingly endless avoidable death, but otherwise…pretty good?
— Max Morgan 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ (@SpillerOfTea) October 12, 2021
Cut the PM some slack for heaven's sake, have you ever tried writing a book about Shakespeare during a pandemic? pic.twitter.com/hVweDyb5lf
— THE SECRET TORY (@secrettory12) October 12, 2021
What, so you mean when people were saying before we'd even been locked down in March 2020 that this was an appalling mishandling of the pandemic, one of the worst governmental disasters in history, we WEREN'T fear-mongering cucks after all?
— Sooz "Halloween" Kempner (@SoozUK) October 12, 2021
Westminster voting intention:
CON: 74.9% (+23.2%)
LAB: 16% (-19.4%) pic.twitter.com/vkLKZCL1EM
— 🥃 Larry & Paul 🥃 (@larryandpaul) October 12, 2021
GOVERNMENT MESSAGE. BLAME IT ON:
The unprecedented circumstances.
The good times.
DON’T BLAME IT ON:
The staggering government complacency, incompetence and mendacity.
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) October 12, 2021
James O’Brien pulled at the threads of whether anybody or any body will be held responsible, but what he didn’t pull was punches.
'How have we created a country in which the people in charge can stand accused of such epic and fatal failure by their own colleagues while we sit here absolutely certain not a single head will roll.'@MrJamesOB reacts to a damning report into the government handling of Covid. pic.twitter.com/bTpPiB06Oj
— LBC (@LBC) October 12, 2021