Remember when a nurse who organised a small socially distanced demonstration against NHS staff pay cuts was fined £10,000. Yet the police are letting Boris Johnson and the rest of them, who partied right under their noses, do as they please. Unacceptable - they need to act.

Jan 17, 2022 · 7:55 AM UTC

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Replying to @RichardBurgon
All of those who were fined should now have that money refunded!
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Replying to @RichardBurgon
Don't worry Richard - the socially distanced demonstrations will soon be made illegal.
This is at the crux of it all. Thousands were fined for trivial breaches & some serious ones. If those in authority are seen to be above the law, then less people will listen to them. They will ultimately suffer at the ballot box. The police are stooges in the higher ranks.
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Replying to @RichardBurgon
Have you even seen the photos of your boss?
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Everyone else did, in the Sun last year. It was dealt with then, so it's not really going to run now. Boris is going to have to deal with this one on his own.
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Sue Gray will have all the answers 😂😂😂😂😂😂
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…..that Johnson tells her he wants.👎
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Replying to @RichardBurgon
We made sacrifices to protect each other and keep people safe. Now it's time to #SacrificeBoris The longer he stays the angrier we get.
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As AC has retweeted this tweet, remember when Tony Blair organised an illegal war in Iraq and the police did nothing as a result, Tone is now one of the wealthiest men in the country. I don’t agree with either situation, just to say there is no justice in the world 💁‍♂️
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Interesting that those who say "Over here my man I want to order my coffee. And damn well put it on expenses!" seem to still support Johnson. And those who say "Time to put the kettle on and make a brew. Does anybody else want one?" seem to have him sussed. Good morning!
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