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With just four days to go, the public remains uncertain as to whether Christmas Day will take place without advice to limit family association, or whether the following days will be marred by New restrictions of Covid.
Boris Johnson’s Yesterday’s two-hour Cabinet meeting ended without any firm conclusions and the Prime Minister said only that he “reserves the possibility of taking further actions” to protect the NHS.
Skeptical ministers have the right to ask for more data before they agree to go any further than currently Plan B.
With Sage’s fearsome, fearsome track record of projections, it’s impossible to rush into new economic-devastating curbs based on its latest worst-case scenario for Omicron.
However, the public is sure to feel frustrated by this limbo of Crimbo – while businesses are in total despair.
Customer service revenue has plummeted, thanks to dire warnings from scientists about vandals, a drop in store visits, and growing cries for help.
Bar don’t even know whether to order draft beer in case they close before New Year’s Eve or forced to ask customers to shiver outside in the cold.
A rare plus is that the accelerator implementation is at peak speed – with almost two million units delivered over the weekend.
We need to continue this great effort…and hope the Prime Minister is persuaded not to ruin Christmas all again.
What will happen to ministers on both sides of the Channel to capture the constant flow of illegal immigrants?
The number of people risking their lives to reach our shores by inflatable boats this year is three times higher than the 8,400 who did so last year.
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Whoever hopes 27 people drowned in horror last month may have prevented others from trying to make the dangerous journey sadly mistaken.
Crossing one of the worlds busiest shipping routes, in such a fragile boat, in dense fog, as more than 1,000 people have done in the past four days, all of which could easily have ended in a new tragedy.
The Criminal gangs Who sent them on their way doesn’t care. They are making too much money.
Meanwhile, the French and British authorities continued to preside over the lethal damage levels.
Loss of head
TODAY lesson on waking nonsense comes from the principal of Bolton Academy St Catherine, Great Manchester.
Rachael Lucas said that the roles of a head boy and girl were “outdated” and changed them to “ambassadors of the heads”.
Surely they soon dropped the term “head” for fear of offending those who wanted to identify another body part.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17100999/fantastic-booster-efford-pm-wreck-christmas/ We have to keep up the great ramping up efforts… and hope the Prime Minister isn’t convinced to destroy Christmas