At level three, the virus is in circulation. To Ryanair this means “booze, snogging, (Michael) Gove in charge of refreshments”.
And at level four – the level we are at now with high transmission – we’d see “Boris topless, asking Thatcher’s portrait if she comes here often” while at five, when there is a risk of healthcare services being overwhelmed, we’d apparently see “full on rave”.
“Everyone off their tits. Jacob [presumably Rees-Mogg] crying in corner asking for nanny,” it adds.
The chart obviously refers to allegations that the government broke its own Covid restrictions last year by socialising outside of work to host a number of parties and gatherings. Johnson has insisted no rules were broken but he has also told cabinet secretary Simon Case to investigate one alleged bash which is said to have taken place on 18 December, and after footage emerged of staff planning how to deal with press questions about the “non-event”. Former spokesman for the PM Allegra Stratton later resigned for her role in the saga.
Reacting to the chart, some people thought it was brilliant.
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