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Bobbisox1 | 13:45 Fri 14th Jan 2022 | News
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Who but the hardest could ever forget seeing the Queen sitting alone at the funeral of her husband while even the night before , a party was in full swing at among the MP,she cut such a lonely figure in her time of need and comfort from her family, like thousands more up and down the land

https://news.sky.com/story/boris-johnson-downing-street-apologises-to-the-queen-for-number-10-lockdown-parties-held-on-eve-of-prince-philips-funeral-12515732

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I think she sat alone, to show an example, due to covid. Very wise... I still can't give a monkeys about who partied and when. They gave the advice that was... potentially, safest, which was right. Risked themselves, up to them. What bothers me is those fined or literally prevented from seeing dying people. But I see that as a different issue... that was down to...
14:42 Fri 14th Jan 2022
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/// I can't remember what ut was then it's the sheer ridiculousness of apologising for having a party the evening before her husbands funeral///

It’s called having respect Bednobs, not ridiculous at all !
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Furthermore, it’s Her Majesty’s Government they serve so taking time out to observe the passing of the Monarchs husband should of been adhered to
how do you know sb that i dont work for the government?
Having respect is fine but lots of people i have never met and don't know have their funerals the day after i might go out in the evening, or go to a party! i'm not being disrespectful to them by having a good time
"taking time out to observe the passing of the Monarchs husband" HM didnt give me time off to do that sadly what should i have done? What did YOU do to take time out to observe his passing?
Well I definitely didn't go to a party to get rat @rsed.
As I may have said earlier, it always surprises me when people make comparison when the situations are completely different.
This thing about having a drink the night before the funeral was disrespectful is just silly. Sorry, Bobbi, but it is. It just sounds like another petulant reason to complain.
What do people do at wakes? they raise a glass or two to the departed, sometimes they even have a party to commemorate the dear departed extraordinary life.
The best party I ever went to was a wake.
It just sounds like the country should have sat around that evening moping. Who did? Not me.
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"taking time out to observe the passing of the Monarchs husband" HM didnt give me time off to do that sadly what should i have done? What did YOU do to take time out to observe his passing?
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For the hard of understanding :
HM could not and did not make that decision that affected you
The government did
But then the government and their staff failed to follow their own rules that even HM had to and did abide by
Do you get it now ?

As for what I did
I stayed in and followed the rules just like the vast majority of the country
Others in power did not and have lied about since
Those who seek the highest offices in public life will always remain accountable
That is part and parcel
Except Boris and his entourage feel that the rules and accountability do not apply to them

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