Jonathan thinking out loud what many keep hidden.

Classic and sooo true.

To all of those who voted for the Tories in 2019, do not say you were not warned:

  1. COVID-19 Controversies: As Secretary of State for Health and Social Care during the COVID-19 pandemic, Hancock faced criticism for various aspects of the government’s handling of the crisis, including shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE), delays in testing, and the management of care homes.
  2. PPE Contracts: There were controversies surrounding the awarding of contracts for PPE during the pandemic. Questions were raised about the procurement process, transparency, and the involvement of companies with political connections.
  3. Testing Debacle: Delays and issues with the implementation of COVID-19 testing programs in the UK led to criticism of Hancock’s management and the government’s overall response to the pandemic.
  4. Personal Conduct: In June 2021, Hancock was involved in a scandal after images emerged showing him in a close embrace with a senior aide, breaking social distancing rules that he himself had advocated for during the pandemic. This incident led to calls for his resignation, questioning his credibility and leadership.
  5. Contracting of Consultants: The government faced criticism for its extensive use of external consultants during the pandemic response, with concerns raised about the transparency of these contracts and their value for money.
  6. Test and Trace Programme: The effectiveness and cost-efficiency of the NHS Test and Trace programme, overseen by Hancock’s department, came under scrutiny, with some arguing that it did not deliver the promised results despite significant investment.
  7. Health Service Funding: Hancock faced criticism over the level of funding and support provided to the National Health Service (NHS) during the pandemic, with concerns raised about resources being stretched and healthcare workers facing significant challenges.
  1. Care Home Deaths: Criticism was directed at Hancock and the government for policies surrounding the discharge of elderly patients from hospitals to care homes during the pandemic. Some argued that this contributed to the spread of the virus in care home settings and increased mortality among residents.
  2. Vaccine Rollout: While the UK’s vaccination program was generally praised for its efficiency, there were occasional concerns about supply chain issues and distribution disparities across different regions, which Hancock was responsible for overseeing.
  3. Data Transparency: There were allegations of insufficient transparency regarding COVID-19 data reporting, including accusations of data manipulation or suppression to portray a more favourable picture of the government’s pandemic response.
  4. Conflicts of Interest: Hancock faced scrutiny over potential conflicts of interest related to his family’s connections to companies involved in health and social care, raising questions about impartiality and ethical considerations.
  5. Testing Capacity: Persistent challenges in scaling up testing capacity to meet demand, particularly during critical phases of the pandemic, led to frustration among the public and healthcare professionals, with Hancock bearing responsibility as the Health Secretary.
  6. Lockdown Measures: The government’s approach to implementing and lifting lockdown measures sparked debate and criticism, with some arguing that decisions were inconsistent or inadequately supported by scientific evidence, leading to confusion and frustration among the public.
  7. Allegations of Bullying: Hancock faced allegations of bullying behavior toward staff within the Department of Health and Social Care, with accusations of a hostile work environment and mistreatment of employees.
  8. Track and Trace App: The government’s development and rollout of the NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app faced technical challenges and delays, with concerns raised about its effectiveness in controlling the spread of the virus.
  9. Delayed Lockdown Decisions: Criticism was leveled at Hancock and the government for delays in implementing lockdown measures during the early stages of the pandemic, potentially contributing to higher infection rates and loss of life.
  10. Testing for NHS Staff: Concerns were raised about the availability and accessibility of COVID-19 testing for NHS staff, with reports of healthcare workers facing difficulties in accessing tests promptly, potentially putting themselves and patients at risk.
  11. Impact on Mental Health: The prolonged pandemic and associated restrictions had a significant impact on mental health and well-being. Hancock faced criticism for the perceived lack of sufficient support and resources allocated to mental health services during this period.


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  1. Matt Hancock wasn’t lying when he said he was hard at work!

    Be careful, the Hancock/Coladangelo cunnilingus video though explicit and of pubic interest is illegal under the Criminal Justice Act 2008 – Section 63: Possession of extreme pornography. Do not view it, store it, or distribute it.

    There is no video of Gina being paid from your tax revenues to provide sex, that is a private matter. A further 78 women are on the payroll servicing Con MPs, lose them and the majority is gone. Just think how boring the pandemic would have been under Corbyn, New Zealand 2.0… 😉

    #ConCuntHire #EatOutToHelpOut #bjcum #KillingFields

    Photograph courtesy of Oliver Tress