The former health secretary Matt Hancock tells the BBC he is "sorry for all the people I let down".
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Remember - his primary mistake, his worst sin, was not to break COVID regs but to cheat on his wife. A civilised society would impugn him for this alone. If he's repentant, let grace flow like a river; if not, then he has no place in public life.

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#BBC is desperately trying to save Hancock's face by depicting him dutifully in a mask taking a jab (among the batches of which we now know from a whistleblower nurse in Slovenia are placed deliberate placebos).

Note also this is portrayed as a "failure of leadership" and not insider knowledge that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC. Viewed another way, we can expect the ousting of Boris Johnson in the weeks or months ahead.


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2021-30-Mo 07:30:47 am

#BBC is desperately trying to save Hancock's face by depicting him posturing in a mask while dutifully taking a jab (among the batches of which we now know from a whistleblower nurse in Slovenia are placed deliberate placebos).

Note also this is "failure of leadership" and not insider knowledge that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC.

2021-47-Mo 07:47:11 am

#BBC is desperately trying to save Hancock's face by depicting him posturing in a mask while dutifully taking a jab (among the batches of which we now know from a whistleblower nurse in Slovenia are placed deliberate placebos).

Note also this is portrayed as a "failure of leadership" and not insider knowledge that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC.

2021-56-Mo 07:56:44 am

#BBC is desperately trying to save Hancock's face by depicting him dutifully in a mask taking a jab (among the batches of which we now know from a whistleblower nurse in Slovenia are placed deliberate placebos).

Note also this is portrayed as a "failure of leadership" and not insider knowledge that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC.

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