Britain was too slow to act on COVID-19, opposition leader says

Britain was too slow to act on COVID-19, opposition leader says

The leader of Britain’s main opposition party has slammed the government of being too slow to impose a lockdown when COVID-19 first hit the country. ’I did think the government was going too slowly. We will have to look back in due course’, Labour Party leader Keir Starmer said. UK has recorded 98,476 cases with 12,868 deaths.

Timothy
Timothy
Dhruv
Dhruv 1 months

Every Opposing Party is criticizing Ruling party, where the fault lies in WHO they were late to inform world about this Pandemic, they were even saying don't halt travel (let the virus spread maybe) Chinese Communist Party and it's Puppet WHO is to blame for this Crisis

Fin
Fin 1 months

Point fingers later get ur greatest generation safe now

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