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Did you read the story? He wanted to get rid of the kid by dumping him on the grandparents 260 miles away. He had been in contact with a known Covid case (johnson) and both he and his wife had symptom

Misleading headline - the UK has not exonerated him; he is clearly guilty of contravening guidelines. The only ones in a position of authority who are supporting him are those desperately trying to po

By his aged parents when the kid was possibly Covid+? He could have employed an agency nurse to look after the kid at home. Might say to you "good father", to me it says "lousy father, lousy son and e

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1 minute ago, KhaoNiaw said:

Why did he and his wife hide it? And what about Kinnock - do you have a problem with one of them, both of them or neither of them?

Yes, no, and all of them.

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4 minutes ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Yet more deflection. Is that all you've got?

By being open minded and exposing hypocrisy?

Feel free to weigh in with my opinion on this matter when any of you work out what it actually is.

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1 minute ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Employ an agency nurse and keep the kid at home.

So that's what you would do? You must be a terrible parent, if you have kids at all.

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Just now, sungod said:

So that's what you would do? You must be a terrible parent, if you have kids at all.

Now you're making zero sense. Keeping the kid at home with you and employing professional help isn't the best option?

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1 hour ago, vogie said:

Shock, horror and go to the foot of our stairs, what father would not want to be with his child whilst his mother was ill. Well done Dom for being a decent human being. All your fiercist critics on here would have done exactly the same, infact they wouldn't be much of a father if they didn't. But hey let's make it political and crucify the guy for being decent.

For how many others this would / could be the same case....,? And because lockdown not allowed ?……But oho....not for members of "the happy few "so called leaders who should be exemplary ones to the common people 

 

What another nice example from ultimate arrogance , sure some blond guy gone be " grilled "once more ….😊

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10 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

The accusation you laid was far from any evidence of you remaining open minded.

An accusation surfacing via your much loved and extremely impartial MSM?

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1 minute ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Now you're making zero sense. Keeping the kid at home with you and employing professional help isn't the best option?

You've made no sense since you started, no family would choose a stranger over family. Families need families in times of crisis, its the primary source of care. You really have no idea do you?

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1 minute ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Any parent would chose to keep their child at home with them, particularly when it could be Covid+ rather than drive it 260 miles to dump it on aged grandparents.

 

And, yes I do have children, here's one of them, currently in charge of a Covid ward in a UK hospital. I haven't spoken to her since this story broke, but I'm sure she will be as disgusted as me.

 

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I doubt the kid was dumped, I'm sure the grandparents were more than willing as that's what families do. I wouldnt hesitate to do the same with my children.

 

Good luck to your daughter,

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, stevenl said:

Would that also be the case for someone not befriended to the PM? Should he be allowed to drive 300 Mike's while he is under suspicious of being infected, his wife confirmed of being infected, to drop off a kid at 2 people in the risk group?

 

It is clearly a violation of the rules they themselves implemented.

I'm not defending Cummings, not a great fan. I'm defending his action as another parent.

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