It's going to be an almighty shambles. I'm trying to figure out when the announcement will come of the emergence of a newly mutated variant that resists the vaccine in 50% of cases. My money's on roughly October.
The trouble with being a populist government is that you end up doing things just because they're popular.
Popular with people who generally know nothing about anything.
Still, they've got pretty much everything wrong since last March & it doesn't seem to have harmed them so why stop now ?
How a country can find itself in thrall to an incompetent charlatan like Johnson still amazes me. But here we are.
Too optimistic.July 21 = "Freedom Day - PM plays Churchill"
Aug 21 = "England lead world in new infections"
Sep 21 = "New variant discovered in Swindon"
Oct 21 = "World bans English from world"
Nov 21 = "PM plays Churchill whilst getting new improved vaccine"
Dec 21 = "Study shows that beardless Santa's are safer"
Jan 22 = "Swindon variant dominates planet, boasts PM"
Feb 22 = "Death rate in England surges - PM announces space programme"
Mar 22 = "Poll shows PM most popular ever"
Apr 22 = "Contract to print money awarded to PMs cat"
May 22 = "Rodgers linked to Spurs"
Jun 22 = "PM tests positive for record 4th time"
Yeah but you aren't factoring in the Great British common sense Matt_B - so whilst it's a precedent for sure, it will only show a way slower reoccurence of status ****ed.It's not even like there's no precedent out there for how quickly it's going to go tits up again.
The Netherlands’ experience is a salutory lesson for any country which feels confident enough to lift, wholesale, coronavirus restrictions, reports Leo Cendrowiczwww.independent.co.uk
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