Everybody agrees including the World Health organisation, World experts and former prime Minister Tony Blair that the only way we will ever rid ourselves of this wretched virus is to TEST TEST TEST and Track the infection

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We call on Westminster to set up a committee of National Emergency under a Corvid19 Tsar and with Crisis management experts, Representatives of Manufacturing and Retail supply, Opposition Parties and Unions to tackle this crisis at source. Begin Sanitising and disinfecting airports, Rail stations, sea ports and public spaces. Control entry into this country to eliminate scrummages in Heathrow baggage collection / 15 in a lift / walking onto Public Transport and test and temperature check all travellers. Disinfect lorries and goods entering the country and test the drivers etc. In WW2 we didn't rely on imports. We mobilised our magnificent national resources, requisitioned factories and engaged the whole nation in protecting our shores and triumphed.

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