Neville slams "charlatan" Boris Johnson over coronavirus policy
The former Man. United player and Valencia coach took to social media to recriminate the lack of Covid-19 proactivity, in his view, being adopted by the British PM.
Gary Neville has made his feelings clear on British Prime Minister's Boris Johnson policies relating to the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the UK. Johnson is being advised by Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government of the United Kingdom Patrick Vallance and have decided against the closure of schools and universities as a measure to combat the spread of the virus.
He’s going to close schools in a few days anyway! He’s a charlatan! https://t.co/o0bLMTX40u— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 16, 2020
The former Man United player and now football commentator posted a series of Tweets where he questioned Johnson's policies as his children are still obliged to attend school and upon seeing a heavily attended St. Patrick's day parade in Manchester.
Sick Pay Guaranteed— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 17, 2020
Introduce Rent and Mortgage holidays
Put a Business Support package in place to protect employment and businesses
Make all private health care beds available for free
Communicate a clear strategy @BorisJohnson you must act now!
"He's a charlatan"
He’s going to close schools in a few days anyway! He’s a charlatan! was the first of Neville's tweets.
I hear what you’re saying but all our kids are being told to go to school tomorrow and I’ve just witnessed the St Patrick’s day parade as I drove through Manchester! Never seen such conflicting news : reports ! No leadership at all in this country @BorisJohnson https://t.co/1jgmoUx8Pz— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 15, 2020
The former Valencia manager then outlined a series of propasals he would like to see introduced as a measure which included: Sick Pay Guaranteed, Introduce Rent and Mortgage holidays, Put a Business Support package in place to protect employment and businesses. Make all private health care beds available for free. Communicate a clear strategy @BorisJohnson you must act now!
He concluded the message with an appeal for the British PM to 'act now' !
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