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RT @DMReporter: JOURNALISM: It’s perfectly possible to oppose Boris Johnson and his politics but still wish him a full recovery. However, for the Mail to suggest Britain is ‘praying and clapping’ for him is propaganda of the most opportunistic kind. And even their readers know it’s bullshit… https://t.co/cU3lSx3r34
RT @cllrsamwebster: I’ve written to the Chancellor today to raise concerns on behalf of small and medium sized businesses in #Nottingham who may not receive grant funding due to a gap in the Government support scheme as it stands. https://t.co/6i6gcaQ4Jc
RT @gavinshuker: Tom was my first phone call on 18 February, the day we left the Labour Party. The call rang out; he went to ground. Labour MPs stayed so they could be led out by him. Tom, Labour brutality is real. But you sustained its brutality. I hope you find peace. amp.theguardian.com/politics/2019/…
RT @BootstrapCook: I'm going to put as many of these as possible onto a section on my website called #LockdownLarder - they'll be basic recipe ideas based on what you've sent me over today and what I've come up with (avg time spent thinking about each one = 15 seconds!) Will post the link tomorrow!
RT @devisridhar: Doing analysis today on past 9 weeks of covid response and it makes me feel nauseous how little action was taken early on. Widespread complacency to take covid seriously, early denial by many government, & lack of compassion by govt & advisors on what this means for families.
RT @devisridhar: Feels like gov'ts & advisors have gone in circles talking about what to do when clear path was mass testing, tracing, isolation & distancing to buy time for health service PPE/equipment. Academic navel-gazing & political in-fighting instead of bold, decisive action early on.
RT @devisridhar: Covid-19 spread in the UK and U.S. was entirely predictable, largely preventable & utterly tragic. African countries are learning what not to do from us & learning what to do right from several East Asian countries. We are complacent in the West about infectious diseases.