Thank you to those of you who have contacted me about the Prime Minister’s adviser Dominic Cummings.
I first wish to thank everyone for all you have done to observe the lockdown and to help us to defeat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
I appreciate how hard it has been for everyone at this difficult time.
During the last two months I have been contacted by many constituents who have been struggling in many different ways.
Some of that correspondence has been about whether someone can see family members who are ill or in fact seek help from family members when ill.
In those cases, I have suggested that my constituents consult their GP and exercise their own judgement to whether their actions were in line with the Coronavirus lockdown guidelines.
I have had no dealing with Dominic Cummings and know nothing of his family circumstances.
Therefore, if he has broken the law then it is a matter for the Police and as I have no extra information, I believe it inappropriate to comment directly on his circumstances.
During this unprecedented time we have seen large and often painful reductions in our usual freedoms. Those making the laws must of course show leadership and follow the law.
The guidelines for staying safe during this virus have not changed.
It is crucial that we keep on abiding by these guidelines as we start to emerge from the grips of this dreadful virus.
I understand that some will feel aggrieved by Mr Cumming’s actions, but ultimately these guidelines are in place for your own and everyone else’s safety.
The health and well-being of the people of North Herefordshire remains paramount and I would urge you not to endanger yourself and others especially on account of Mr Cummings.
To those who have and are continuing to abide by the rules whilst making huge personal sacrifices in the process, I once again remain tremendously grateful.
May 28, 2020 at 5:15 pm
As ever I’m in agreement with you on the matter of Mr Cummings.
I would suggest that media could be better employed tracking those entering our shores with the complicity of our border force, maritime patrol, RNLI, police , immigration service and social services?
Why are we paying to support modern day slavery?
I received news that a judge has sat and given judgement on my PIP tribunal. Not the total outcome I’d hoped for but better than I had been awarded by the DWP lackey. I would therefore like to thank you and your colleagues for all your efforts on my behalf.
Take care be safe.
Best regards Eric Pemberton