Martin Rowson on Boris Johnson's opposition to removing statues — cartoon

6/12/2020 10:45:00 PM

Martin Rowson on Boris Johnson's opposition to removing statues — cartoon

Boris Johnson, Coronavirus Outbreak

Martin Rowson on Boris Johnson 's opposition to removing statues — cartoon

Boris Johnson said removing statues of controversial figures is ‘to lie about our history’ as he argued that national protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd in the US had been taken over by extremists

© 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies.Play Video 2:17 The prime minister said single parents or adults living alone would be allowed to combine with one other household from midnight on Saturday.Coronavirus news live ‘All I can say is that it’s too early to judge ourselves, we simply don’t know the answer to a lot of these questions but we know a lot more now than we did in January, February, or even March..

All rights reserved. Close . Johnson it was a targeted intervention to help the most lonely and stressed it was still against the law for people who did not meet the criteria to go inside another household.

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Is this the white chap that did the Priti Patel racist pig cartoon or is this one of the other Guardian white cartoon guys? Let's have a good sit-down and chat about Ghandi's racism & nons-ish tendencies or Marx's status as the Jim Jones of economists. The sell their London statues for scrap. Yawn. I’m surprised the guardian hasn’t been summonsed to court yet for its depiction of the Home Secretary with a ring through her nose. Got to be racist that as well as a slur on religion.

Boris Johnson announces 'support bubble' plan for England – videoThe prime minister said from midnight on Saturday, single parents or people living alone will be allowed to combine with one other household Rishi Sunak currently 9/4 favourite to replace him 👍 Can we put Johnson in a bubble and remove all the air please? Boris is definitely living in one

Boris Johnson says it's 'too early to judge' if lockdown was too lateHe was pressed on the issue after Professor Neil Ferguson said that the UK's death toll could have been halved if the country locked down a week earlier. What he meant was it's to late in the day to admit I was wrong... Dinner's almost ready and I can't be late !! Prof Ferguson aka Prof Lockdown states circa 25,000 deaths could have been avoided had lockdown happened earlier - and your PM praising headline is 'get the bubbly out' - really..? A sense of perspective and some humanity please

Alastair Campbell: From Covid-19 and Cummings to George Floyd, Boris Johnson just doesn’t get itFrom Covid-19 and Dominic Cummings to George Floyd, Boris Johnson just doesn’t get it – he is behind the curve and out of touch | campbellclaret campbellclaret I like the Joker campbellclaret BREAKING :- COVID19 cases in the United States topped 2 million with 112,108 deaths... coronavirus campbellclaret agree, on every issue he misses the mood of the nation

MPs pile pressure on Boris Johnson to cut 2-metre distancing ruleTories renew calls to relax Covid-19 measures in England amid fears for UK economy Rewriting physics... How about no Idiots

Boris Johnson ‘to scrap two-metre distancing rule in bid to reopen schools’Reports come as prime minister faces pressure from Tory MPs to axe current rules in bid to boost economy Scrap the metric system too Soon they will enforce the rule again when cases spike which will make the public put less trust on the system for handling the situation in such a confusing manner that jeopardizes people's livelihood 2m or not 2m.🤔 That is the question 🙄

Brexit: Boris Johnson to hold crunch talks with EU chiefs next week amid stalling trade negotiations Boris Johnson will hold crunch talks with senior EU figures next week amid stalling negotiations on a post-Brexit trade deal

© 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies.Play Video 2:17 The prime minister said single parents or adults living alone would be allowed to combine with one other household from midnight on Saturday.Coronavirus news live ‘All I can say is that it’s too early to judge ourselves, we simply don’t know the answer to a lot of these questions but we know a lot more now than we did in January, February, or even March..

All rights reserved. Close . Johnson it was a targeted intervention to help the most lonely and stressed it was still against the law for people who did not meet the criteria to go inside another household.