Boris Johnson has lost credibility, but we should still stick to the rules

This government is rotten to its core (Image: JESSICA TAYLOR/AFP via Getty Images)

There are countless reasons why the British public should be outraged by our current Government.

I’ll give you my TED Talk about the lies the Vote campaign told in Brexit election campaign, the Government’s cuts to public services, examples of their corruption, cronyism and cover-up, and focus instead on what has come to light this week.

On Wednesday, Priti Patel‘S Nationality and Border Bill was passed through the House of Commons, before it passed through the House of Commons. If also go through there, that means Interior Office would be able to strip some Britons of their citizenship without notice if authorities do not have the subject’s contact details or if doing so is not ‘reasonably practicable’.

That means you can go on holiday and when you arrive at Heathrow airport people will say you are indeed stateless… without being told why..

However, the story that seems to have outraged the whole country is the claim that there was party at number 10 last Christmas while the rest of the country is legally required not to associate with anyone outside of their bubble.

While many would say that the former is arguably a more heinous act than the latter – and I would wholeheartedly agree – the two stories are closely linked and clearly show Government’s attitude towards the people they represent: they simply don’t care about us, they care about their own power over us.

This government is rotten to its core and there are countless examples of its dishonesty towards the British public, but if it is the cheese and wine parties at No. be like that.

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Matt Hancock has led countless press conferences ordering the public to make huge personal, financial and emotional sacrifices, banning families from visiting loved ones in care homes – it was later revealed in September 6 that he was having an affair with a woman he had hired as a taxpayer’s money assistant.

Never mind the fact that a judge ruled he acted illegally after awarding ‘large sums of money’ in PPE contracts without giving them proper notice.

They care about their own power, not the individuals they are paid to represent.

So why, should we follow the rules laid down by a seemingly extreme cabinet, many of whom can’t seem to follow the rules on their own? Because we are not like them. We care about the people in our community, we care about the most vulnerable in our society, and we will do what is necessary to protect each other from ill health, hospitalization or death.

We should trust scientists who have dedicated their lives to studying the epidemiology and transmission of viruses. Scientists have suggested that we continue to wear masks while the Prime Minister is photographed topless and must be reminded to wear masks along with hospital staff wearing masks.

We should trust professionals, not naked liars.

It’s no surprise, however, that the hashtag #IWillNotComply started trending this week, as people angered those in government who seemed to blatantly disregard their own rules. expressed an intention not to comply with the latest Plan B measures.

Considering one of the major new restrictions is the advice to work from home where possible, I’m not sure that ‘work at work’ is considered a form of protest. Neither does refusing to wear a mask.

If we re-elect the people who laughed at us, the joke is on us

You’re not showing the Government who’s the boss, you’re just showing the people around you that you don’t care about their health – or your own.

You have more in common with the woman sitting next to you on the bus than you do with Jacob Rees-Mogg, so put a mask on her, don’t take it off to irritate him. Do you think the man who jokes and laughs about Christmas parties – but is still the Leader of the House – cares if you take off your mask in protest?

As scientists have warned, if we don’t make small changes now, we risk making big changes in the new year, as hospitals are already facing serious problems. The large backlog could see an increase in Covid-19 hospitalizations. Disobeying the rules as a form of protest is an end in itself if those in power remain in power and the NHS collapses instead.

With just over two years until the next general election, voting for change seems like a long way off. But if we re-elect people was laughing in our faces, then our jokes.

In the meantime we can call on the Prime Minister and Jacob Rees-Mogg to do the right thing and step down as Allegra Stratton did earlier this week.

I’m glad she’s gone, but are we really content with the doom of a woman who seems to have won over the top men of power?

It’s time for Boris Johnson to go.

Many people saw his true colors long before he became Prime Minister, but even for those who are not interested in the world of politics, it is clear that he was never fit to lead. a country from the very beginning.

He can’t even decorate his apartment to the extent of the law.

When leaders flout their own rules, it’s not to let the masses bow to their level, but to rise above it and call for new leadership.

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