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Ewood Ace last won the day on May 12 2019

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    For the seventh day in a row now the number of people tested is 'unavailable'. The government is still yet to hit 100,000 tests a day despite pledging to do so by the end of last month.
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    As someone who is well of the left of the political spectrum, I found myself agreeing with a some of what Trump had to say on the campaign trail, particularly his less than Hawkish approach on foreign affair. Whilst I would not have voted for either I thought (and still do) that he was preferable to Clinton who is an incredibly evil and dangerous woman. However Trump as President has been no different to any of his recent predecessor, despite his campaign drain the swamp he has only further muddied it. And he is sounding more and more delirious in his rantings with each passing day.
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    How many people tested? Have they finally managed to test 100,000 people in a day one month after pledging to do so.
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    Genuinely chilling.
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    If the Chief Medical Officer is not prepared to answer the question of whether or not someone should undertake a 60 mile round trip to test their eye sight, then he really shouldn't be the Chief Medical Officer.
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    So not only is Johnson not answering questions he is now stopping Whitty and Vallance from answering them. His contempt for the British public knows no bounds.
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    In Dominic Cummings own words 'She was ill. She might have Covid'. Therefore him going back to work was a breach of the guidelines.
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    Just as you thought this government could not sink any lower it's now resorted to lying to a man of the cloth. It really couldn't be clearer now, its one rule for them and another for the rest of us. https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-govt-to-look-at-fines-given-to-families-in-lockdown-after-vicar-puts-hancock-on-spot-11995052
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    Which part of I'm not entirely comfortable with the media being camped outside Cummings' was difficult to understand? But unlike you I'm not a complete hypocrite you are incandescent that they were camped outside the Cummings' house for less than a week yet you seemingly have no problem with them camping outside the house where Corbyn and his family live for 3 and a half years.
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    You said 'privacy is still a human right whether you are MP or not.' Yet you have posted multiple times about 3 Labour MP's. Why? Are they not entitled to the same privacy as Cummings? I happen to think be you an MP or an advisor like Cummings once you are on the public payroll you forgo a large slice of your private life. I'm not entirely comfortable with the media being camped outside Cummings' house but neither was I comfortable when they were doing it outside of Jeremy Corbyn's house for 3 and a half years, which I don't ever recall you being so incandescent about.
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    The 4th day in a row now that the number of people tested is 'unavailable'. Nearly one month after the government pledged to test 100000 people a day. What a failure.
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    Then why are you hounding Labour MP's such as Stephen Kinnock for something that they did it their private life?
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    Did we really want to hear about her experience of lockdown? No. If she was that worried about her and her families privacy then should would not have gone writing about them in a national magazine. Of course we should not hack her phone. Although I'm not surprised you appear to be suggesting this as you are a fan of the Murdoch media. Yes I do support the right to privacy for a private individual, however Cummings is not a private individual he is senior member of the government and is on the public payroll. His wife does however have a right to privacy but she volunteered information into the public domain by writing it for the Spectator when she didn't need to.
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    Privacy? Is this the same woman who wrote an entire article for the Spectator about her lockdown experience.
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    More damming statistics for the government.

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