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The conspiravirus

From Boris’s resurrection to Bill Gates and 5G

30 May 2020

9:00 AM

30 May 2020

9:00 AM

On Easter Sunday, Boris Johnson was discharged from St Thomas’s Hospital and dispatched to Chequers to rest. Within minutes, Twitter lit up with Boris Resurrection Conspiracies. Boris didn’t really have coronavirus and it was all a ploy to elicit public sympathy. Boris had forced an entire ward of NHS staff to sign the Official Secrets Act so the PM could ‘get away with it’.

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