Boris Johnson looking unhappy at a press conference, accompanied by Rishi Sunak

Their Best is Not Good Enough

I've seen and heard many comments over the past few weeks in support of our government, and berating those that hold them to account. Comments such as:

"The government can't do right for wrong"

"The media should just let them get on with their job"

"This kind of crisis is unprecedented, there's no textbook"

"They are just doing their best"

Dave Exeter

Dave Exeter



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