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What a bloody hypocrite.

Archiepoptart

Vital Squad Member
#7
Do as I say not as I do is always a bad look. Silly women should have known better. NZ minister for health wss caught mountain biking several kms from home.
Aunty Jacinda tore him a new orifice apparently.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#12
She broke the rules and is suffering the consequences, but what about the reporter who was following her round the country, is he resigning as well. :grinning:
As you like to keep up with affairs, you might have overlooked the fact that in March the Govt. gave all journalists 'key worker' status, which effectively gave them licence to roam. How else could you have roving reporters?
 

Rob_b100

Vital Reserves Team
#13
As you like to keep up with affairs, you might have overlooked the fact that in March the Govt. gave all journalists 'key worker' status, which effectively gave them licence to roam. How else could you have roving reporters?
I think this was Farage’s defence when questioned by police as to why he travelled from Westerham to Dover to complain about “Them bloody migrants”.
 

nitram77

Vital Squad Member
#16
As you like to keep up with affairs, you might have overlooked the fact that in March the Govt. gave all journalists 'key worker' status, which effectively gave them licence to roam. How else could you have roving reporters?
I made a tongue in cheek post 6 weeks ago and you have suddenly woken up to it,
And the reporter comes under the Scottish parliament rules not Westminster, the rules are basically the same though.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#20
I made a tongue in cheek post 6 weeks ago and you have suddenly woken up to it,
And the reporter comes under the Scottish parliament rules not Westminster, the rules are basically the same though.
Wrong again! The Coronavirus Act 2020 covers the whole of the UK with provisions for dealing with specific maters, eg indemnity for health service activity, in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.