A gentleman on Twitter going by the handle @RussInCheshire has summed up the Tories week in a series of Tweets.
It comes as Michael Gove almost apologised for the deaths in care homes, “There are big lessons to be learned,” he told BBC1’s The Andrew Marr Show.
“We are still living through this pandemic and there will be lessons to be learned. We have taken significant steps to improve the care of people in care homes.
“There will be a point in the future when all of us can look back and reflect and make sure we have learned the appropriate lessons.
“At the moment, we are focused on making sure we beat the virus and protect people as effectively as possible.”
These Tweets are brutal for the Conservative Party, and as he says, the week isn’t even over yet!
I wouldn’t say enjoy, I’d say endure…
And then he added
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