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UK gov't advisers sound warning on easing virus lockdown

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By Adrian DENNIS

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Just like Trump's pathetic attempts to gaslight his followers into believing that their president saved "millions" of lives by his "early" action, Johnson's final "face-saving" ploy for himself and his supporters will be to tell them to imagine how many more covid-19 deaths Corbyn would have caused. Unfortunately for the floundering fibber, his tomfoolery is no longer funny as the death toll continues to mount, making the UK own one of the worst-managed pandemics in the world.

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Just like Trump's pathetic attempts to gaslight his followers into believing that their president saved "millions" of lives by his "early" action

It’s true, flip it around, millions were saved now that they are allowed to make a living again, remember: poverty kills as well.

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Bozo has lost control of the Covid-19, second highest deaths behind America.

Bozo has also lost the trust of the people over the "CummingsGate" affair.

In his press online conference Bozo claimed the top scientist and health officials were not political and should not answer question over Cummings. But they did, claiming the lockdown regulation apply to everyone without exception.

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Scotland, Wales and NI are basically ignoring Johnson.

Smart move.

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It’s true, flip it around, millions were saved now that they are allowed to make a living again, remember: poverty kills as well.

Poverty doesn't kill in 2 or 3 months, it takes considerably longer than that. Besides which judging by the responses of both some Governments and some populations to Covid-19, there are far too many of both who can't even self-discipline or act responsibly for 2 or 3 minutes.

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COVIPASS: Bill Gates has competition from Britain now

https://www.covipass.com/

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Highest deaths are in Belgium per capita

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