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'Don’t ruin things now Boris Johnson, now mass vaccinations offer safe exit'


When our magnificent National Health Service mass vaccinations programme offers a safe exit from Covid misery, Boris Johnson must not blow it.

How and when the lockdowns are eased and finally ended will be crucial calls in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast.

The Prime Minister, who dictates what happens in England and sets the tone for the rest of the country, will never be forgiven if he’s reckless and throws away hard-won gains.

Wanting to do things we miss most, whether visiting loved ones or going for a pint and shopping normally, are understandable, yet it would be terrible to let the virus spread again.

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‘The Prime Minister must not be reckless’

So Johnson needs to start an informed national conversation by releasing all scientific advice the moment it’s received by No10.

This will enable each of us to understand the implications of, for example, the schools returning.

That way caveats and U-turns will be understood and maybe forgiven.

Publish and be damned if necessary, Prime Minister.

Cruellest cut

Plunging another 420,000 kids below the breadline would be a cruel cut by a Government lacking a moral compass.

The Tories are toying with ending life-line £20 a week Universal Credit payments in April.

This is torment for six million hard-up
families who deserve better.

Boris Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak must promise to keep giving the vital £20s, awards which make a significant difference.

Every child matters and that includes the kids whose lives would be blighted for decades to come by Tory-inflicted deep scars of poverty.

Megha news!

Very best wishes to overjoyed Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, after the announcement they’re expecting their second child.

And congratulations also to their son Archie who as a big brother will have someone new to play with and to tell what to do.





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