'People died sticking to the rules, and they broke those rules to have a bottle of wine' BBC speaks to families of people who died in May 2020, the month of the No 10 party
The BBC speaks to families of people who died in May 2020, the month of the No 10 party.
Downing Street party: The families who lost loved ones in May 2020CloseAs pressure mounts on Boris Johnson over whether he attended a No 10 party during lockdown in May 2020, the BBC has spoken to families of people who died that month.Lisa Wilkie filmed her brother dying in intensive care, because her mother wasn't allowed to attend.
Amanda McEgan's daughter died from cancer and spent the last months of her life unable to see friends and some family members.Read more: BBC News (UK) »
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I want my licence fee back Why? Stop going tabloid on us. People who lost loved ones have been through enough without the BBC hunting them down for a story. Yes, what the government did was wrong, agreed. But the real investigation should be why was it “leaked” 8 months after it happened Emotive or what, BBC?
All governments are corrupt bar a couple in Scandinavia. Our lot give back handers to cronies and have drinks in the garden during lockdown. These revelations would not have come to light in Russia, because Dominic Cummins (source of all this) would have been assassinated by now. The BBC hate the Tory party why don’t you at least try and find one that isn’t a member of the Labour Party 🤣
So much drama! So if nothing happens with regards to the cabinet braking the law, does that mean everyone else who broke the law and had parties and got prosecuted can get their money back and conviction squashed? Any chance of reporting the news instead of your agenda-driven Tory-bashing? Nope, I thought not.
Newscast - Bring Your Own Boozecast - BBC SoundsA leaked email, a garden party at Downing Street and a showdown in Westminster BBCNewscast has the latest on everything that's been going on today 🎧
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BBC Two - Newsnight, The wall of hearts: 150,000 hearts for each life lost to Covid-19More than 150,000 hearts have been painted on the National Covid Memorial Wall at the South Bank. Volunteers, many of whom lost family members to coronavirus, are repainting some of the red hearts which faded over time. ❤️ See more: 📸 Getty Images So beautiful and emotional! 😢 peterjukes Your memory will not fade
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Downing Street party: The families who lost loved ones in May 2020 Downing Street party: The families who lost loved ones in May 2020 Close As pressure mounts on Boris Johnson over whether he attended a No 10 party during lockdown in May 2020, the BBC has spoken to families of people who died that month. Lisa Wilkie filmed her brother dying in intensive care, because her mother wasn't allowed to attend. Amanda McEgan's daughter died from cancer and spent the last months of her life unable to see friends and some family members. Show more