Seeing Red Over PM's Latest Covid Disaster
Daily Mirror|May 17, 2021
Stalking the corridors of power
Kevin Maguire

Dawdling, incompetence and the threat of disaster are overshadowing what should be a day of joy as England’s lockdown rules are eased.

They are the hallmarks of Boris Johnson, who is once again snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

India’s inclusion on the Covid-19 red list was delayed and now the rapidly spreading mutation of the virus detected in that country is jeopardising the planned end to all restrictions in England, planned for June 21.

It’s another unforgivable own goal by a charlatan who will eventually burst his vaccine bubble.

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