@tompeck
Tom Peck
10 days ago
Matt Hancock says there were “local challenges” with PPE supply but there was “never a national shortage.” What in nine separate shades of shit is that meant to mean? Maybe they didn’t have any in your hospital but we had enough.
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@tompeck
Tom Peck
10 days ago
Some nurses were wearing bin bags but there was never a shortage of PPE.
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@TheHumbleEgg
𝚃𝚑𝚎 𝙷𝚞𝚖𝚋𝚕𝚎 𝙴𝚐𝚐
10 days ago
@tompeck 🤣What in nine separate shades of shit is that meant to mean... Haaaa, Does he mean '...there were local challenges in ALL national areas'. Man's a tit.
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@Jeremymortimer
Jeremy Mortimer
10 days ago
@tompeck Didn't they spin that there was a "distribution issue" at one point? We've got it! In the wrong place!
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@ffellmartin
martin
10 days ago
@tompeck In another context it means as long as us and our mates are making loadsa money there is no global poverty.
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@SmartyPants_PT
Jay Tomate Joseph
10 days ago
@tompeck @guse_guse He is saying "there was a distribution problem, prove me wrong"
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@AndyMedcalf
Andy Med(C)alf
10 days ago
@tompeck Last summer I spent four solid months 3D printing hundreds of faceshields for local GPs and care homes because they had received zero, none, zilch from the government. This flagrant rewriting of history boils my piss, but short term memory idiots will lap it up.
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@Jack_Barrington
Jack Barrington
10 days ago
@tompeck Quite how he thinks “yeah some nurses and doctors had to wear bin bags, but some people had loooads of correct PPE they didn’t even need” *isn’t* a damning illustration of his government’s approach to basically everything at this point is interesting.
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@alexrholmes
Alex Holmes
10 days ago
@tompeck Unless everybody ran out, nobody ran out.
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