A spokesperson for the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group stated in a press release to CNN: “It’s deeply upsetting for those of us who lost loved ones to see the Prime Minister painting in a luxury villa rather than responding to the devastating news yesterday’s report brought. If the Prime Minister wishes his condolences to carry any meaning, he should be drawing up a new timeline for the upcoming inquiry.”
Among the most important failures of the federal government’s method was an preliminary coverage at the beginning of the pandemic to attempt to handle the unfold of Covid, slightly than cease it spreading altogether, the lawmakers stated.
In its assertion the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group stated: “Following yesterday’s report, bereaved families across the UK will be waking up this morning agonizing over whether their loved ones might still be with them if Johnson’s Government had made different decisions. Meanwhile, Johnson himself is relaxing on a beach.”
The assertion added that the report “only scratched the surface of what the country has been through over the past two years,” criticized Johnson for dragging his heels over a public inquiry into the pandemic and known as for an inquiry to start instantly.
In the Prime Minister’s absence, Oliver Dowden — the Conservative social gathering co-chairman — apologized to households who had misplaced family members and stated he welcomed the report.
“Of course, I’m sorry, as the Prime Minister is sorry,” Dowden informed Sky News. “We’re sorry for the losses that all those families have suffered.”
Dowden admitted the federal government would “do some things differently with hindsight,” however added “this was an unprecedented crisis … there isn’t some perfect rulebook that we could follow.”
He added the federal government could be “fully analyzing and giving a full response to the report.”