No whizz. No bang, No fizz or pop. The Prime Minister’s Sunday night sermon was a pyrotechnic-free affair. What many had hoped would be a road map out of the lockdown offered a few tasty morsels of hope, but for the main part served up much of the same old dispiriting gloop. Put away the party Pimm’s, people. We’ve got a while of this to go yet. The country had been through the mangle during these past two months of lockdown, the PM acknowledged. Henry Deedes: Social distancing, our loss of basic freedoms. He could have added all those dreary Downing Street briefings we’ve had to put up with to that list of daily horrors Social distancing, our loss of basic freedoms. He could have added all those dreary Downing Street briefings we’ve had to put up with to that list of daily horrors. Our setting was an unnamed room in No10. The PM sat behind a desk, twiddling his thumbs. Every now and then, he threw little rabbit punches toward the camera for emphasis. Boris insisted the lockdown had come at a ‘colossal cost to our way of life’ which could be seen among ‘the shuttered shops and abandoned businesses and… Read full this story
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