Boris Johnson’s continued attempts to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds could finally exhaust the patience of the electorate as he is now looking ever more certain to reverse his irreversible roadmap.
Government sources are being quoted across countless media today with a plethora of excuses ready for the PM to adopt in justifying his inability to deliver on his promise.
The experience of the first 12 months of the pandemic has all too ably demonstrated any attempts to apply human laws of behaviour to Covid-19 as futile. The virus is and behaves as a microorganism, it does not read The Times or watch Peston. It certainly does not abide by the PM’s wish list of flimflam policies that are now clearly nothing more than party political messages to people that continue to choose to ignore his incompetence.
Yes incompetence. The PM promised his roadmap was irreversible, and unless countless sources are wrong, he now looks set to gearshift firmly into reverse imminently. He should clearly never have made such a promise, it was impossible to do so, and his own flawed decision making ensured the outcome.
He avoided placing India on the travel red list to appease Indian trade negotiations at a time when India had the highest infection rates in the world. As a direct consequence of his negligence the Indian variant is now firmly established in the UK, dominant and spreading.
That ‘decision’ is now what is now forcing him to stare down at the reverse gear and make the shift.
This decision will keep your hospitality business operating well below capacity or closed. Incompetence personified.
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