Johnson sets up secret Whitehall task force to excuse him from Covid-19 mistakes

Johnson’s Covid-19 strategy: this Times cartoon seems to have it right; don’t expect his private inquiry to come to the same conclusions.

Isn’t it strange that Boris Johnson can tell us it isn’t time to have a public inquiry into his Covid-19 strategies – but then orders one to be carried out in private?

The claim is that the Department of Health team will examine lessons to be learned and recommend action.

But I think somebody on Twitter summed up the reality of the situation much better:

“Johnson isn’t looking for the facts. He’s looking for something he can tell Parliament.” That’ll be something to excuse him from any wrongdoing.

Source: Boris Johnson sets up secret Whitehall task force to examine Government’s virus mistakes – Mirror Online

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2 thoughts on “Johnson sets up secret Whitehall task force to excuse him from Covid-19 mistakes

  1. Jeffrey davDav

    Oh dear lessons to be learnt hmmm haven’t the dwp used this tatict before day in day out but BBC reporting government before Boris have been played but Boris is innocent hmmm aktion T4 is rolling along i

  2. dwrcymru

    It’s already started, the lies, Hancock’s March 16th re-writing history, there were no mistakes, mistakes are only made by those who know what they are doing but did it wrongly. Nothing will come of this much like any other report on the government.

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