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Boris
Started by: priscus (8257) Report abuse
Poor man.

Although I disagree with him a lot, I do genuinely like him.

I do hope he gets better bowt any bother.

Posted by: jo anne (32703)   Report abuse
Oh no, I didn’t know Boris had got it, Priscus. Twitter Video

Hope he gets well soon, and all who’ve been around him are safe too.

Posted by: TerryW (4136) Report abuse
Yes hope he gets well soon and everyone else suffering, Boris is a strong bloke so I should think he'll be fine but we just don't know with this virus.

Posted by: meleager (172)  Report abuse
I like the pm hope he gets better soon

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
I wonder if he'll get paid or just 80% of his wage.

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
If you are looking in, best wishes to you, Boris.

Posted by: jo anne (32703)   Report abuse
Stranger things have happened, Firefox.

Posted by: berylh (1905) Report abuse
Get well soon Boris.

He is still working but from home and in isolation, so he does't need his 80%. Also I understand that a PM doesn't actually get paid that much when you take into consideration the hours he works and the huge responsibility on their shoulders

Posted by: TerryW (4136) Report abuse
He's working for home and I think he's handling this situation very well so far, well as much as you can with a pandemic.

Posted by: tomplum (6188)  Report abuse
Yes I like Boris Too, He got us out of the EU and he's doing a great job with the pandemic, I sincerely hope he gets over it quickly, He's shown himself to be a caring PM and that's very rare in a Tory,

Posted by: Aziraphale (200) Report abuse
He is doing a good job. I wonder if his girlfriend has it? She is pregnant and little is known about the effects of the virus on unborn children.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (4778) Report abuse
The poor bugger is flooin

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Can't see him struggling as much as Joe public

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (4778) Report abuse
What about all those press briefing last week, so did they give it him, or did he give it them ☠️

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Good point TTS

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
He's telling us to do this, do that, stay safe then admits to shaking hands with coronavirus patients.

Posted by: TerryW (4136) Report abuse
Matt Hancock Health Sec got it now.

Following medical advice, I was advised to test for #Coronavirus.

I‘ve tested positive. Thankfully my symptoms are mild and I’m working from home & self-isolating.

Vital we follow the advice to protect our NHS & save lives

Posted by: Domino (80) Report abuse
I also like Boris,he is doing a good job and I hope he is soon better,plus everyone else who has, or gets the horrible illness.

Posted by: tomplum (6188)  Report abuse
they are now asking the whole cabinet to self isolate because, Boris will have had it for 2 weeks without knowing, it only shows after 2 weeks, so it could have spread all throu the House of Commons,

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Absolute idiots

Posted by: whups (4566)   Report abuse
good i hope he gets a good dose of it then maybe he,ll see how good our NHS is instead of privatising it through the back door.

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
Like burnham tried?

Posted by: whups (4566)   Report abuse
i agree firefox burnham was involved with private companies who do medical checks . iv,e commented several times on the subject & the biggest criminal act on the sick & disabled . have you ever met him firefox ? .

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
I haven't, nor would I wish to. Vile man, full of his own self importance, jumps on the back of any bandwagon that sees him look good to the gullible, and a drug user to boot.


Look at his pledge to the homeless. He did manage to reduce them from the streets, but only by seeing anti homeless spikes fitted.

Posted by: whups (4566)   Report abuse
well i have & he would,nt answer any questions put to him as i tried on several occasions when we had our march for the pit disaster at golborne.

Posted by: firefox (1493) Report abuse
Am not surprised. But then I wouldn't be surprised with any politician not really caring about the people they reporesent.

Posted by: Dave xl5 (477)  Report abuse
Something like this puts things into the right perspective. Get well very soon Prime Minister.

Posted by: TerryW (4136) Report abuse
Hoping someone gets a good dose of a killer virus, are you serous or just mentally unstable?

Posted by: whups (4566)   Report abuse
no.

Posted by: peter israel (795)  Report abuse
THIS IS TAKEN FROM THE NEW YORK Times In early March, Mr. Johnson suggested that the best course of action would be for Britain to “take it on the chin, take it all in one go and allow the disease, as it were, to move through the population, without taking as many draconian measures.” This, he explained, would create a sort of “herd immunity” that would protect the population as a whole.

Um, maybe. But not without killing untold numbers of people first. The plan was quickly recognized as bonkers and scrapped, and Mr. Johnson moved to embrace a more conventional path of containment and social distancing.

Policy planning aside, Mr. Johnson’s use of the bully pulpit has been an abject disaster. “The best thing you can do is to wash your hands with soap and hot water while singing ‘Happy Birthday’ twice,” he said at a March 3 news conference. “We should all basically just go about our normal daily lives,” he urged, before chuckling about how he had been running around shaking hands willy-nilly. This prompted a cheeky scribe for The Guardian to call the prime minister “the U.K.’s own super-spreader.”

Such macho swagger would be hilarious if the repercussions weren’t so lethal. Who knows how many people Mr. Johnson infected with his blithe ignorance, including potentially his fiancée.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (4778) Report abuse
Peter Israel

That is an awful post to write, you should be ashamed of yourself

Posted by: basil brush (13865) Report abuse
Posted by: TerryW (3598)2,500+ Report abuse

Hoping someone gets a good dose of a killer virus, are you serous or just mentally unstable


osted by: TerryW (1452)1,000+ Report abuse

He'll be having another nervous breakdown like he did before.

Oh yes I read all that too. Laugh I did.


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