pastiesforlife wrote: Thought that the questions by journalists were mainly lame and didn’t put too much pressure on Cummings. A lot more could have been asked...
You went home, thought your wife had the virus and went back to work?
You travelled 260 miles due to not being able to get any help in the city the size of London, even from your wife’s sister who lives in London?
Neither you nor Boris can remember when you discussed the journey?
You made the journey on the prediction of getting the virus?
We’re you and your wife both I’ll at the same time? If not, it was a wasted journey that put others at risk. If so, who looked after the four year old and what was the contact.
You thought your eyesight was bad, so drove 15 miles to test it? That in itself is illegal. Why not just drive round your Dad’s farm to test it.
At Barnard Castle you got out of the car for 15 mins. Surely that was an unnecessary risk?
Can your wife drive?
The story sounded to have a high amount of BS in it and clearly goes against the advice as to how the rest of the population understood it. A real lack of credibility for the Government now.
When you got out of the car at Barnard Castle on your blindside 'test drive' and went and sat by the river, where was your child? (Cos you never mentioned him?) Was someone 'caring' for him?