Coronavirus: who cares what Dominic Raab says when he does THIS?

Here is the man who has been given responsibility – responsibility, mark you – for the UK’s defence against coronavirus if Boris Johnson becomes ill.

And Dominic Raab showed he’s yet another Cabinet member who simply can’t follow his own instructions to the public.

One of those demands is that we avoid touching our faces. Most particularly, we’re not supposed to touch objects when we don’t know where they’ve been, and then lick our fingers.

But here’s photographic evidence of Mr Raab doing just that – at a coronavirus press conference.

No wonder the sign language interpreter looks gobsmacked.

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One Comment

  1. kateuk March 31, 2020 at 11:36 am - Reply

    Wasn’t he the Brexit minister who didn’t understand the importance of the port of Dover in getting goods from mainland Europe to the UK? Obviously not the brightest of bunnies then.

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