Too many ignorant and arrogant people who have the attitude that they're untouchable. They'll only realise this is the wrong attitude to take when it's too late unfortunately, that's if their attitude ever changes, like the chap in the video below, how attitude epitomizes so many in UK at the moment, sadly.
The comments I see below tweets like this one make me think the UK is properly fecked. Completely different attitude here in Ireland, where you’re much more likely to see people go to the opposite extreme. What the feck is wrong with you people? It’s almost as though the whole Brexit thing has made a lot of you wilfully contrary. It’s actually quite depressing. The UK used to be a bastion of sanity and common sense. Not any more.
She doesn't have many alternative examples of public unity to choose from: historically, when the British people team-up, they're whacked by truncheons or made shorter by swords; so WWII's the only suitable rallying-cry.The 'We'll meet again' line was a bit unsettling. Trying to draw comparisons between this pandemic and the war is nonsense. WW2 was an existential threat to this country, COVID 19 absolutely isn't.
This kind of coverage worries me.For the love of god!
Pretty much this.This kind of coverage worries me.
While we are getting the odd idiot outliner the vast majority of the country are sticking to the social distancing measures. I have friends all over the country due to my preference for socially active hostels when I travel and I've messaged a vast amount in recent days and not one of them have reported major breaking of the rules, in two weeks of daily walks and to the shop myself the only time I've seen something that could even be passed off as rule breaking was four people at a large skate park.
Not that many people are actually breaking the rules especially in rural areas yet if you listen to the media you'd think half the country is at it, unfortunately too many people rely on the media to form their own opinions which will only drag the narrative that "so many people are taking the piss innit" even further which will probably lead to our daily exercise right stripped.
You’ve reduced ‘Economy’ down to GDP.And so what in effect is happening, is that, and this is obviously a very cold way of looking at things, but what's happening is that the economy is potentially being destroyed to prolong the lives of a few by months.
He who picks a random quote off the internet that in all probability was not known to said 'he' before he plucked it from the ether should be first in line to watch a programme called the news.“He who asserts belief with absolute certainty knows nothing of faith and makes himself into a fool."
Do you not understand how stupid people are? I’m commenting on this post and all your others.If everyone maintains social distance, we'll get through this alright. Whether that be in your first home, or Summer home.
If people don't, the health service will be in trouble.
I would imagine this is precautionary. He should have been recovering by now, and he isn't - probably exacerbated by the fact he hasn't stopped working. He obviously needs more intervention than just self-isolating.I don't see anything good coming from something bad happening to BoJo.
I'd like him to go away but not in the middle of a crisis and certainly not in hearse.
If a 95 year old would go into cardiac arrest from hypoxemia (which would be the likely cause of death if related to Covid 19), I can assure you that even if they were able to resuscitate him, his life post-CA would not be 'good and interesting' due to the brain damage suffered. Most likely, he would be in a vegetative state if ever discharged from hospital. Short periods of hypoxia in an already vulnerable brain can cause massive damage.No, at the end of the day you're not wrong. But having asked him if he wants a DNR and him having clearly refused, that needs to be properly-documented. Depends what his overall health is like - some people still have good and interesting lives at 95 (my neighbour, for instance).
There’s also a massive gap in the data as it doesn’t plot by time. People have time shifted.Yes people in the UK go to parks more than people in France, Italy and Spain because the government has allowed this as long as social distancing is observed.