Discussion of the UK Government
:sunglasses: 46.2 % ❤ 2.2 % :thumbsup: 8.8 % 😯 1.1 % :grinning: 35.2 % 😟 1.1 % :cry: 5.5 %
By Bones McCoy
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satnav wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:52 pm
I think Boris would quite welcome two weeks without PMQs he could then take his paternity leave and not have to answer any questions until September at the earliest.
If he could add up all his other paternity leaves, he'd not need to answer a question until the next election.
By Samanfur
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242 to 185 against returning to virtual proceedings, with the Tories under a three line whip.

Nobody but the Tories voted to return, but with their majority, that's all it takes.
By oboogie
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satnav wrote:
Wed Jun 03, 2020 7:46 pm
Hopefully this could prove embarrassing for Ree- Mogg

Business secretary tested for Covid-19 after feeling ill during Commons speech
The parliamentary authorities are understood to have given the area a deep clean and MPs were at the time sitting at least 2 metres apart. “This was done as a precaution,” a House of Commons source said.

However, his suspected illness is likely to cause concern about the government’s decision to bring back parliament in its physical form, after weeks of allowing MPs to attend remotely via video link.
Alok Sharma has tested negative.

By Boiler
I agree Malc, but as I am often forcefully reminded by my family, just because Covid-19 has turned up in town it doesn't mean all the other diseases have gone away. Either way, I hope he's okay.

Arrer - a lot of tests are now 24 hour or even overnight turnaround.
By The Red Arrow
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Like his chum 'Boris', it's about time we looked beyond the comedy construct, and see this dangerous, crypto-fascist vulture capitalist for what he is.
Rees Mogg has a unique talent to represent both everything that used to be wrong with Britain and everything that's currently wrong with Britain at the same time. I can't think of a more odious example of Avarice and Privilege in the UK.
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