‘Boris Johnson a shop ping wally and UK faces summer of chaos unless he gets a grip’ – Voice of the Mirror



The pingdemic has already triggered huge disruption to education.

Now different elements of Britain are feeling the penalties too – retailers having to shut early and provides operating low in supermarkets.

Factories, postal providers, gas provides and bin collections have additionally been hit by the giant quantity of employees having to self-isolate.

The Prime Minister seems to have been utterly blindsided by this improvement.

But it was apparent to most of us that easing restrictions would result in extra circumstances and subsequently extra individuals having to quarantine.

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The concern now could be that the state of affairs will worsen as ministers proceed to dither.

Companies and different employers have been given no readability on which of their workforce could also be exempt from the guidelines.

Instead of drawing up a record of key employees who may keep away from self-isolation, this disorganised authorities has stated exemptions will probably be thought of on a case-by-case foundation.

Unless the Government gets a grip we face, as Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer predicted at the moment, a summer of chaos.

Brexit blunder

Boris Johnson gained the common election with the promise to get Brexit accomplished.

Like so many of the Prime Minister’s pledges, this has turned out to be a fallacy.

The Brexit Secretary, Lord Frost, yesterday introduced he needs to tear up the Northern Ireland protocol agreed with the EU.

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He seems lastly to have realised that the settlement does the one factor the PM claimed it will not: impose checks on items between Britain and Northern Ireland.

Far from getting Brexit accomplished, we’re heading for one more bruising row with Brussels.

Knit one’s gaff

A knitted model of the Queen’s Sandringham house has royal approval.

Her Majesty was so tickled with 92-year-old Margaret Seaman’s creation, it has been placed on show in the Norfolk residence.

Apparently, it had the monarch in stitches.




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