UK:after Govt presided over unnecessary deaths,taking opposite path to one needed,will they be held to account,or falsely blame NHS in all?
- 1 month agoFavourite answer
The UK government can only be held to account by parliament. If they get chucked out at the next election, they'll all get seats in the House of Lords. Last I heard, the 44,198 deaths were all our fault. I suppose it is in a way - 43% of us voted for these incompetent crooks
- STEVEN FLv 71 month ago
NHS IS the government.
- SR.PatrickLv 61 month ago
- Anonymous1 month ago
Any blame should be shared between the Government and the expert advisers.
However, not many countries can claim not to have made mistakes.
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- 1 month ago
It must be wonderful to have 20 : 20 hindsight -- it's like playing a game of heads you win , tails I lose .
The first Covid patient diagnosed in the UK was a Chinese national ,in late January ,and the first UK person infected by another was first identified on Feb 28th .
The first death from Covid was recorded on Mar 5 ,and there were a 100 reported cases of the disease .
When do you think the government should have ordered lockdown ,and shut down the economy -- January , February , beginning of March ?
And now no doubt, you will blame the second wave of infections and deaths ,that we can expect ,due to the widespread idiotic behaviour of Britain's younger generation , on the "government" too .
There is no "safe" with this disease ,we have simply been feeling our way through a balance of risks ,and therefore death and infection rates --- and that will particularly apply now and going forward .