dargotronV.1 wrote: frillage wrote: bimboman wrote:
El Homerino wrote:After watching the documentary on C4 tonight I can safely say the Government should be fu*cking strung up. Bunch of dangerous, reckless, inept twats.
12 hours since the programme at that’s the best defence you have?
You didn't seriously expect anything more did you?
Wake up, shower, cereal, pot of coffee, go on to PR and deflect all criticism of Johnson. It's the libertarian way.
I’m not deflecting anything. Policy was the same from the 4 governments, how was English policy uniquely bad?
You won’t and can’t wander because your prejudice doesn’t allow it.
'How was English policy uniquely bad?' is a good question and one I posed for you in the previous page of this thread. For your help I have copied the post below.
There is a difference in excess deaths, in numbers and in the impact on specific age ranges, between the 4 UK countries, the data shows this crystal clear. It is complex and as we have discussed before, and as you know full well, only certain matters are devolved to each of Scotland, Wales and NI. So for example whilst health is a devolved issue none of the 3 countries could have unilaterally closed their airports to incoming flights even if they wanted to. There is now growing divergence between the UK countries as the release of the lock down beckons, such as for example in the Test, Trace and Isolate strategies.
Anyway here is the previous post you perhaps overlooked?
'Perhaps I can help?
The UK has one if not the worst record in Europe. However within the UK England has the most excess deaths by a margin, Scotland are next and Wales and NI lower still. The following article will help:
If you look at the Euromomo site the issue that really stands out is the number of excess deaths in the 45-64 age category in England - a real outlier and needs more explanation.
The data is fairly clear now - we are the sick of Europe. The row about borders quarantine is a smoke screen, the Gov know that if they allowed travel the UK would be banned from travelling to most European countries because of our infection and death rates being too high. Putting quarantine in place just saves them the embarrassment of having to admit to this. They will lift quarantine once Macron decides we can travel to France.'