This 3 August 2020 video from Britain says about itself:
“He walks away from marriages, he walks away from children, he walks away from disasters. He just walks away & leaves someone else to clear up the mess” 00:00 Walk Away 02:03 Success 03:14 Fast Food 04:29 Blame Boris not BAME 06:41 Scapegoat 08:30 Violence 10:08 Sarah Vine 13:15 Business not as usual 17:48 Face Masks, the new condoms
From daily News Line in Britain, 8 September 2020:
Corona spreading through England’s school system
DESPITE warnings from unions, the Tories re-opened schools last week, and now coronavirus has begun spreading through the school system across England.
Two other members of staff at Samuel Ward are awaiting results.
Anyone who has been in close contact with the infected staff has been contacted and asked to self-isolate for 14 days, the school said. Further contact tracing will continue and other pupils and staff may be asked to self-isolate.
Elsewhere, coronavirus cases have been confirmed at three schools in the Middlesbrough area, although they will not be closing.
Redcar and Cleveland borough council said on Sunday that a positive case had been recorded at St Benedict’s RC primary school.
St Aidan’s CE primary school, in Hartlepool, said in a Facebook post to parents it also had a confirmed Covid-19 case, while Outwood Academy Ormesby, in Middlesbrough, said in a short statement that a confirmed case had been found ‘within the school community’.
In Redcar and Cleveland, 38 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the seven days to 1st September – the equivalent of 27.7 per 100,000 people, up from 10.2 in the seven days to 25 August. The rate in Hartlepool also rose, from 7.5 to 22.4, with 21 new cases, while Middlesbrough’s rate has risen from 28.4 to 31.2, with 44 new cases.
A further 2,988 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the UK in 24 hours over the weekend, government data showed.
It is the highest number reported on a single day since 22 May and a rise of 1,175 on Saturday, according to the UK government’s coronavirus dashboard.
Tory Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was ‘concerned’ about the rise in cases ‘predominantly among young people’.
Two further deaths within 28 days of a positive test were recorded, taking the total number of UK deaths to 41,551.
Despite the sharp rise in cases, Hancock insisted the government was right to reopen schools ‘because of the impact on children of not getting an education,’ adding that workplaces which have reopened are ‘Covid-secure’.
Scotland recorded 208 new cases on Sunday, its highest daily increase for more than 17 weeks.
Wales recorded a further 98 cases, its highest daily rise since 30 June, and Northern Ireland recorded 106 new cases, its highest rise since 25 April.
Overall, since the start of the pandemic, 347,152 cases have been confirmed in the UK.