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They need to ditch Chris Whitty on the coronavirus public service announcements and, in line with the new "STAY ALERT" message, get a CGI Jeremy Beadle advising the UK public to "watch out, Corona's about...you better watch out, 'cos Corona's about!" 

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You watch this government in action, you see the people in the parks, the streets, the faux VE celebration parties and you realise then - that question you asked yourself all those months ago, about how did this country end up making such a choice with a majority, to vote to leave Europe....... and it's here now, the answer for all to see. 

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2 minutes ago, Chip Butty said:

You watch this government in action, you see the people in the parks, the streets, the faux VE celebration parties and you realise then - that question you asked yourself all those months ago, about how did this country end up making such a choice with a majority, to vote to leave Europe....... and it's here now, the answer for all to see. 

A sizeable proportion of the country are cunts?

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15 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

The government will be loving this stuff, “our advice was to stay at home, not our fault the public refused to comply”. 

You couldn’t be more right mate. Spot on 

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1 minute ago, Duff Man said:

Aye, it's no accident that lockdown easing stuff has been appearing in the right-wing tabs for a couple of weeks now.

Yesterday sums it up. 

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4 hours ago, Scott_M said:

I’m not saying these people out and about together are justified, they clearly aren’t, but isn’t the virus less contagious in fresh air & sunshine? 
 

It’s not an excuse, but I do expect the reopening of parks to some extent tomorrow.

I doubt it. There is a theory that contagious illnesses tend to spread more in the cold as people are spending more time at home with their families after catching an illness while they are out working or socialising. In the summer people tend to be out more even when they are poorly as it's nice to be in the sun if you can cope with it when feeling under the weather. You're less likely to spread it in your house as you're obviously not there so much.

 

This is contagious rain or shine.

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Unfortunately most of the general population just believe everything they are told or read in The S*n, or told on the TV. Unfortunately for me I happen to now live in Experimental Lab Rat No1, ie, The Isle of Wight.

Apparently, downloading an app on your phone gives you some sort of shield.

The Tards down here are taking absolutely no notice of the refrigerated containers being shipped in and stored next to the Crematorium,or the extra Bizzies and Troops quietly being bussed over. 

Fucking Grim.....

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1 hour ago, Dougie Do'ins said:

One of them was on Bold Street.

Ha. I'm letting my hair run wild and free. Quite like it. The wife doesn't. She's talking shit though it's a magnificent sight. 

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28 minutes ago, benwasmydog said:

Unfortunately most of the general population just believe everything they are told or read in The S*n, or told on the TV. Unfortunately for me I happen to now live in Experimental Lab Rat No1, ie, The Isle of Wight.

Apparently, downloading an app on your phone gives you some sort of shield.

The Tards down here are taking absolutely no notice of the refrigerated containers being shipped in and stored next to the Crematorium,or the extra Bizzies and Troops quietly being bussed over. 

Fucking Grim.....

You have my sympathy mate, there’s no chance I’m downloading an app invented by Dominic Cummings and his mates.

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1 hour ago, Chip Butty said:

You watch this government in action, you see the people in the parks, the streets, the faux VE celebration parties and you realise then - that question you asked yourself all those months ago, about how did this country end up making such a choice with a majority, to vote to leave Europe....... and it's here now, the answer for all to see. 

Er surely a person in an open air park getting fresh air and maintaining a safe social distance is a very low risk to themselves and others, now a packed bus, tube, office, plane or any confined space is probably a different matter.

 

As for Europe, the response from the oh so saintly answer to all gods problems eu has once again left a lot to be desired.

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