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A proper leader 17:23 - Oct 13 with 3820 viewsSitfcB

Get him in next time


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A proper leader on 17:25 - Oct 13 with 2012 viewsSpruceMoose

Yeah but his bigotry-based bantz is pretty crap.

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A proper leader on 17:46 - Oct 13 with 1933 viewsaardvaark

agreed. a proper statesman

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A proper leader on 17:52 - Oct 13 with 1905 viewspointofblue

Do need a bit of flesh on the plans though - I haven’t watched the clip (read what he’s said on the BBC site) and I assume he’d reinstate furlough for that time period with the belief that the breaker will save money in the long run.

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A proper leader on 17:58 - Oct 13 with 1867 viewslongtimefan

A proper leader on 17:52 - Oct 13 by pointofblue

Do need a bit of flesh on the plans though - I haven’t watched the clip (read what he’s said on the BBC site) and I assume he’d reinstate furlough for that time period with the belief that the breaker will save money in the long run.


I agree with him in regard to the need for a circuit break, but it goes against the calls from the northern city mayors (all Labour) who are pretty united in wanting to avoid a further strict lockdown.
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A proper leader on 17:59 - Oct 13 with 1855 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 17:58 - Oct 13 by longtimefan

I agree with him in regard to the need for a circuit break, but it goes against the calls from the northern city mayors (all Labour) who are pretty united in wanting to avoid a further strict lockdown.
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I suspect the city mayors and the leader of the Labour party may have goals that aren't all that aligned though.

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A proper leader on 18:08 - Oct 13 with 1822 viewsfactual_blue

..And yet you have brexit-loving Mr warnock as an avatar....

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A proper leader on 18:10 - Oct 13 with 1806 viewsHARRY10

A proper leader on 17:58 - Oct 13 by longtimefan

I agree with him in regard to the need for a circuit break, but it goes against the calls from the northern city mayors (all Labour) who are pretty united in wanting to avoid a further strict lockdown.
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as Johnsons idea doesn't cover their losses

Starmers does
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A proper leader on 18:44 - Oct 13 with 1706 viewsSitfcB

A proper leader on 18:08 - Oct 13 by factual_blue

..And yet you have brexit-loving Mr warnock as an avatar....


The best manager we’ve never had.

Get Brexit done.

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A proper leader on 20:33 - Oct 13 with 1573 viewsSwansea_Blue

Following the science? That'll never catch on.

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A proper leader on 20:41 - Oct 13 with 1546 viewsSwansea_Blue

A proper leader on 18:10 - Oct 13 by HARRY10

as Johnsons idea doesn't cover their losses

Starmers does


He'll bankrupt the country, etc....

(meaning £12bn won't go to a company who's CEO is the brother of a long standing Tory MP, to completely feck up the service delivery - Serco/Soames for anyone who doesn't know what I'm talkng about).

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A proper leader on 21:12 - Oct 13 with 1470 viewsThe_Last_Baron

No thanks.

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A proper leader on 21:14 - Oct 13 with 1455 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 21:12 - Oct 13 by The_Last_Baron

No thanks.


Not enough lies, racism and bigotry for you?

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A proper leader on 21:21 - Oct 13 with 1437 viewsPinewoodblue

But if nothing has changed at the end of three weeks where do we go from there?

All that amounts to is a pause. It isn't statesmanlike...it isn't even a proper plan.

Would be back where we are by Christmas.

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A proper leader on 21:24 - Oct 13 with 1417 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 21:21 - Oct 13 by Pinewoodblue

But if nothing has changed at the end of three weeks where do we go from there?

All that amounts to is a pause. It isn't statesmanlike...it isn't even a proper plan.

Would be back where we are by Christmas.


Short of an effective vaccine this isn't going away any time soon. The only available plan is to manage it so as few people die between now and when/if a vaccine is available, in a manner that doesn't entirely destroy the economy.

Johnson isn't even managing to do that effectively. He's doing the opposite in fact, like a poundshop Trump.

Without a vaccine, and with the Conservatives in charge... well, we are in trouble for the foreseeable future.

Quite honestly, I don't think anyone knows what to do. Any plan that is put in place is immediately undermined by so many people who won't act responsibly, and is then rendered even more useless by government won't follow the rules themselves.
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A proper leader on 21:27 - Oct 13 with 1407 viewsPinewoodblue

A proper leader on 21:24 - Oct 13 by SpruceMoose

Short of an effective vaccine this isn't going away any time soon. The only available plan is to manage it so as few people die between now and when/if a vaccine is available, in a manner that doesn't entirely destroy the economy.

Johnson isn't even managing to do that effectively. He's doing the opposite in fact, like a poundshop Trump.

Without a vaccine, and with the Conservatives in charge... well, we are in trouble for the foreseeable future.

Quite honestly, I don't think anyone knows what to do. Any plan that is put in place is immediately undermined by so many people who won't act responsibly, and is then rendered even more useless by government won't follow the rules themselves.
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We are in trouble regardless of who is in charge.

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A proper leader on 21:29 - Oct 13 with 1395 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 21:27 - Oct 13 by Pinewoodblue

We are in trouble regardless of who is in charge.


I think you're probably right, for a variety of reasons. But that doesn't mean that we couldn't be doing better than we are now (I know I'm not living in the UK currently, but I think my point stands for both the UK and the US).

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A proper leader on 21:33 - Oct 13 with 1381 viewsPinewoodblue

A proper leader on 21:29 - Oct 13 by SpruceMoose

I think you're probably right, for a variety of reasons. But that doesn't mean that we couldn't be doing better than we are now (I know I'm not living in the UK currently, but I think my point stands for both the UK and the US).


At least in UK w seem to be trying to do the right thing, even if we get it wrong.

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A proper leader on 21:34 - Oct 13 with 1377 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 21:33 - Oct 13 by Pinewoodblue

At least in UK w seem to be trying to do the right thing, even if we get it wrong.


Ha I can't quite imagine a response worse than the one provided by the US government. A Covid riddled blanket delivered to every home perhaps?
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A proper leader on 21:40 - Oct 13 with 1352 viewsHerbivore

A proper leader on 21:33 - Oct 13 by Pinewoodblue

At least in UK w seem to be trying to do the right thing, even if we get it wrong.


That's very generous.

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A proper leader on 22:38 - Oct 13 with 1242 viewsBlueBadger

A proper leader on 21:12 - Oct 13 by The_Last_Baron

No thanks.


So, what is it about the incompetent, racist, homophobic and frankly corrupt Boris Johnson you find appealing?

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A proper leader on 22:40 - Oct 13 with 1235 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 22:38 - Oct 13 by BlueBadger

So, what is it about the incompetent, racist, homophobic and frankly corrupt Boris Johnson you find appealing?


Probably could imagine enjoying a pint with him.

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A proper leader on 22:40 - Oct 13 with 1237 viewsBlueBadger

A proper leader on 21:21 - Oct 13 by Pinewoodblue

But if nothing has changed at the end of three weeks where do we go from there?

All that amounts to is a pause. It isn't statesmanlike...it isn't even a proper plan.

Would be back where we are by Christmas.


Well, for starters, it likely slows or even stops growth and spread and likely avoid the need for a longer, far more damaging lockdown and reduces the risk of overwhelming hospitals at the busiest time of the year for the health service.
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A proper leader on 22:43 - Oct 13 with 1222 viewsbazza

A proper leader on 21:14 - Oct 13 by SpruceMoose

Not enough lies, racism and bigotry for you?


Labour has enough of that to go round..
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A proper leader on 22:45 - Oct 13 with 1216 viewsSpruceMoose

A proper leader on 22:43 - Oct 13 by bazza

Labour has enough of that to go round..


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A proper leader on 23:03 - Oct 13 with 1180 viewsbazza

A proper leader on 22:40 - Oct 13 by BlueBadger

Well, for starters, it likely slows or even stops growth and spread and likely avoid the need for a longer, far more damaging lockdown and reduces the risk of overwhelming hospitals at the busiest time of the year for the health service.
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Anyone classed as vulnerable or with underlying health issues should shield themselves and receive full support, everyone else carry on as we have been, follow social distancing ban mass gatherings etc, and make use of the nightingale hospitals.. so many company’s small and big have put a lot of effort in to making the work place COVID safe at great cost, I cant see how locking down is the answer. The long term affect of perfectly healthy people’s mental Health will probably out weigh this in the long run. Let alone the economic damage and damage to the next generation in lost education and repaying the massive debts accumulating in the years to come..
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