Coronavirus POLL: Should Labour be allowed into No10 as part of an emergency coalition?

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Coronavirus POLL: Should Labour be allowed into No10 as part of an emergency coalition?

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25.3.2020

Coronavirus POLL: Should Labour be allowed into No10 as part of an emergency coalition?

BORIS JOHNSON could be advised to lead an emergency coalition Government to share the responsibility of the coronavirus crisis if the situation worsens. But do you think Labour should be allowed a seat at the table? VOTE HERE

coronavirus pandemic. Several senior Tory MPs are believed to be in favour of such a move, so the public does not associate the crisis solely with the Tories if the situation worsens. The three remaining Labour leadership candidates have given a mixed response on whether they would be in favour of joining an emergency coalition. Related articles Boris Johnson shuts down Corbyn's coronavirus pessimism George Freeman, a Tory MP who worked as Minister for Transport until Mr Johnson's recent cabinet reshuffle, has suggested a"Covid coalition" Government may be unavoidable. He told the Guardian: “The scale of this national emergency – the suspension of usual freedoms and democracy, the economic consequences and the likely loss of tens of thousands of lives – demands a suspension of politics as usual. “When Labour have a sensible new leader, Keir Starmer [if elected] should be invited to Covid cabinet, Cobra and joint No 10 briefings.” Another Tory MP said they thought No10 would consider a cross-party council if emergency measures have to go on for some time, especially if Parliament is unable to sit. Should Labour be allowed into No10 as part of an emergency coalition? (Image: Getty) Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson hosted PMQs this afternoon (Image: PA) Other Tories suggested a cross-party coalition was needed to help share responsibility with Labour and other opposition parties so that Mr Johnson wasn't left entirely to blame if the situation worsens. One Tory MP told the newspaper there was a political argument to"drag Labour in", so the public do not entirely blame the Conservative Party for any failings. But currently, the Prime Minister's measures have been backed by the vast majority of Britons. A YouGov poll, carried out from March 23-24, found 93 percent of respondents backed the stricter lockdown measures introduced by Mr Johnson on Monday. JUST IN: Read more: Daily Express

Informally as I hope they are doing now Noooooooo I’d rather catch it No No They would add nothing No! hell no, fuck all would get done, just like when election was needed No way That’s a big NO from me No No...!!!!

Self-employed could get up to 80% of monthly earningsAn amendment to the emergency Coronavirus Bill could be a lifeline to the UK's self employed. Yay 80% of Zero for me. TILER_NORWICH sophiajcarey

NO! 😳😂😂😳😳😳😳😂😂😂😳😳😂😂😳😳😂😂😳😳😳😳😂😳😳😂😂😳😳😳😂😳😳😳😂😂😳😳😳😳😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 No they are not fit to sit as the opposition No No chance Not with this present lot. I don't think that now is the time to have forced gender and racial quotas. BestManForTheJob Allowing Corbyn to be allowed in any sort of important decision should just not be allowed ...ever...and that's from a historical labour voter...( pre Corbyn)..perhaps if Kier chosen allow him to check this Govt ...but def not current leadership..

No No way! bad move

Can Trump be trusted not to abuse his coronavirus emergency powers?Even the president’s critics have urged him to use the full power of the federal government to tackle the pandemic but experts warn of potential dangers NO HE CAN'T Your question should have ended after the first four words. no

No Oh my god no. Obviously people didn't read the article, typical Express readers. No Absolutely they should, otherwise this Government goes unchecked and Boris gets his wish of absolute unfettered power. It's inconceivable that Parliament can't continue to be operational using video links and conference calling.

NO No chance You must be joking! Labour are part of the problem not the solution! No useless the lot of them No

The ventilators made from diving masks in ItalyA Brescia-based startup firm has offered the contraptions for free to local hospitals in the region of Lombardy which is at the centre of Europe's worst virus outbreak. Itália rip Good but not helping. The issue is with huge mass Qty has to be there in short time.

Big NO NO,NO,NO Probably best to ask this once Corbyn is gone, as you will end up with a massive majority saying no due to the fact of who the current leader is. Fuck no Coalition!? What the fuck do we need that for? It's an 80 seat Conservative majority? No Definitely no Err.....no. No

'A national emergency': what the papers say about the UK's coronavirus lockdown Nation al newspapers all scrambled to give extensive coverage of Boris Johnson’s historic announcement OMG...'the LOCKDOWN is a violation of human rights'👎🏻👎🏻 chemaremes Justo a tiempo 👏

vote hereditary bollock

Coronavirus updates: India starts lockdown as 1.3 billion told to stay home - BBC NewsA 'total ban' on leaving the house was announced, but some shops are allowed to stay open. If parliament is closing, how come construction 🔨 is allowed to continue? 🤪🔨🤪🔨 Dual power now nextofficial have still got staff going in to shops for non essential work, how is this allowed?

Uncoventional mum makes emergency homeschool kit to help parents during COVID-19A MUM who has never sent her kids to school is providing free emergency homeschooling kits to parents struggling with the coronavirus lockdown. Dayna Martin, 46, from Miami, Florida, lets kids Devi… why arent teachers sending their students.. learning packages.. they are finished this strike action and on the payroll as teachers.. send out learning materials .. summaries to students.. who can study from home and get tested when returning.. teachers need to be sending students and parents home schooling kits because ford said April 5th ish is not going to happen to resume and open schools.



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