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This is odd 18:03 - Apr 6 with 996 viewsGlasgowBlue

Johnson is still running things from his hospital bed. Raab is deputising for him. But they haven't spoke with each other since Saturday.


"History is made, sadly, by people who are bystanders and do nothing. Their inaction is an excuse and a cover for intolerance".
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This is odd on 18:05 - Apr 6 with 962 viewsWD19

Telepathy.
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This is odd on 18:07 - Apr 6 with 955 viewsGlasgowBlue

This is odd on 18:05 - Apr 6 by WD19

Telepathy.


Either Raab is being bypassed in the decision making process or Johnson is not doing as well as being made out.

"History is made, sadly, by people who are bystanders and do nothing. Their inaction is an excuse and a cover for intolerance".
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This is odd on 18:08 - Apr 6 with 935 viewsAce_High1

This is odd on 18:05 - Apr 6 by WD19

Telepathy.


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This is odd on 18:13 - Apr 6 with 911 viewshomer_123

There is this insidious thing called email.

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This is odd on 18:16 - Apr 6 with 898 viewsCoastalblue

Probably can't stand each other and avoid conversation at all costs, wouldn't you if you were either of them?

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This is odd on 18:20 - Apr 6 with 886 viewsSteve_M

Dom has probably told both of them what to say.

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This is odd on 18:26 - Apr 6 with 872 viewsFtnfwest

Even more odd was why after two journalists asked the question Directly to him about the PMs health, With a sensible enough answer that Peston Then asked the same question (over the course of about 4 agonising minutes)
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This is odd on 18:33 - Apr 6 with 842 viewsWD19

This is odd on 18:26 - Apr 6 by Ftnfwest

Even more odd was why after two journalists asked the question Directly to him about the PMs health, With a sensible enough answer that Peston Then asked the same question (over the course of about 4 agonising minutes)


Peston makes Kuenssberg look competent.
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This is odd on 18:33 - Apr 6 with 846 viewsGlasgowBlue

This is odd on 18:26 - Apr 6 by Ftnfwest

Even more odd was why after two journalists asked the question Directly to him about the PMs health, With a sensible enough answer that Peston Then asked the same question (over the course of about 4 agonising minutes)


Peston writes his questions in advance so even if a subject has been covered he sticks to his brief. He's been hopeless during this crisis.

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This is odd on 18:36 - Apr 6 with 827 viewsKeno

This is odd on 18:33 - Apr 6 by GlasgowBlue

Peston writes his questions in advance so even if a subject has been covered he sticks to his brief. He's been hopeless during this crisis.


did you need to add the words "during this crisis"?

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This is odd on 18:41 - Apr 6 with 809 viewsitfcjoe

He’s obviously really, really struggling - something needs to be sorted out

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This is odd on 18:41 - Apr 6 with 807 viewsWD19

This is odd on 18:36 - Apr 6 by Keno

did you need to add the words "during this crisis"?


At least he hasn’t personally caused a run on a bank in this crisis......yet.

So in some respects he is having a relatively good crisis....by his standards.
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This is odd on 18:55 - Apr 6 with 776 viewsbluelagos

Didnt watch earlier. R2 had a report that BJ had been given oxygen. Was that confirmed?

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This is odd on 10:18 - Apr 7 with 551 viewsBlueBadger

This is odd on 18:55 - Apr 6 by bluelagos

Didnt watch earlier. R2 had a report that BJ had been given oxygen. Was that confirmed?


It's pretty much standard treatment in covid-induced pneumonia, so highly likely.

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This is odd on 10:39 - Apr 7 with 511 viewsitfcjoe

This is odd on 10:18 - Apr 7 by BlueBadger

It's pretty much standard treatment in covid-induced pneumonia, so highly likely.


The Times seem to be only paper who have gone with any detail, apparently (and this will mean more to you than it does me) Johnson has had 5-6 litres of oxygen and hasn't been intubed, when normally for intensive care you'd have 15.

Which to them suggests they just wanted to get him in a position where he can be more heavily monitored, but maybe he wouldn't be in intensive care yet if he wasn't the PM.

Just as a personal opinion, I know some don't but I think it is right that the PM receives care at an earlier stage than Joe Public if deemed necessary by the Dr's

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This is odd on 10:44 - Apr 7 with 483 viewsgiant_ullaa

Anyone else noticed oppertation 'put the public's mind at rest about physcho Rabb being in charge' this morning?

Has anyone ever looked at their own postings for last day or so? Oh my... so sorry.
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This is odd on 10:45 - Apr 7 with 487 viewsBlueBadger

This is odd on 10:39 - Apr 7 by itfcjoe

The Times seem to be only paper who have gone with any detail, apparently (and this will mean more to you than it does me) Johnson has had 5-6 litres of oxygen and hasn't been intubed, when normally for intensive care you'd have 15.

Which to them suggests they just wanted to get him in a position where he can be more heavily monitored, but maybe he wouldn't be in intensive care yet if he wasn't the PM.

Just as a personal opinion, I know some don't but I think it is right that the PM receives care at an earlier stage than Joe Public if deemed necessary by the Dr's


Sounds just like 'close monitoring' to me(referrals for which tend to irk ITU consultants, particularly when they're busy, enormously).

Depending on what device you're using with it, 5-6L of O2 is roughly 40-45% O2(room is 21%) for reference.

That's not, in my trust, anywhere near ITU-level deterioration. I suspect the final sentence of your second paragraph is the key one is here, but I doubt it was an easy decision for whoever the admitting consultant was given their likely pressure on beds.
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This is odd on 12:02 - Apr 7 with 387 viewsITFC_Forever

This is odd on 10:45 - Apr 7 by BlueBadger

Sounds just like 'close monitoring' to me(referrals for which tend to irk ITU consultants, particularly when they're busy, enormously).

Depending on what device you're using with it, 5-6L of O2 is roughly 40-45% O2(room is 21%) for reference.

That's not, in my trust, anywhere near ITU-level deterioration. I suspect the final sentence of your second paragraph is the key one is here, but I doubt it was an easy decision for whoever the admitting consultant was given their likely pressure on beds.
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Exactly what my paramedic wife said last night.... he's probably "in ICU as a precaution", but isn't as ill as most people would need to be to be admitted to ICU ward.

But as Joe says, as he is the Prime Minister of our country (whether you like it or not), he is always going to receive more care than the rest of us (whether you like it or not).

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This is odd on 12:30 - Apr 7 with 304 viewsBlueBadger

This is odd on 12:02 - Apr 7 by ITFC_Forever

Exactly what my paramedic wife said last night.... he's probably "in ICU as a precaution", but isn't as ill as most people would need to be to be admitted to ICU ward.

But as Joe says, as he is the Prime Minister of our country (whether you like it or not), he is always going to receive more care than the rest of us (whether you like it or not).


Admission criteria to ITU at [redacted] is, roughly speaking, '60% oxygen and starting to struggle'.

And in fairness, Johnson isn't the first person to receive preferential treatment from ITU consultants. They're quite often 'softer' with, for example, Trust employees.

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