New Statesman: “The tragedy of Tye Green Lodge care home is a parable of government neglect”

YOU may or may not know that the editor of the political magazine, New Statesman, Jason Cowley, hails from Harlow.

Mr Cowley keeps an keen eye on life in our town and often sees events in Harlow as having significance for the rest of the country.

This week, he has written about Tye Green Lodge, a tragedy that YH exclusively detailed last month.

You can read the whole news item below.

The tragedy of Tye Green Lodge care home is a parable of government neglect

https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/health/2020/05/tragedy-tye-green-lodge-care-home-parable-government-neglect

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4 Responses to "New Statesman: “The tragedy of Tye Green Lodge care home is a parable of government neglect”"

  1. RayMo   May 21, 2020 at 1:27 pm

    Ye,the chinese government

  2. Frances Mason   May 21, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    It is our own Government that failed to follow advice from WHO and control our borders, too little too late. To put this at the doorstep of Chinese Government is not only short sighted but distasteful! Herd immunity, no #PPE no #Testing Ignoring outcomes of #OperationCygnus. I will not be drawn on a debate on this issue, we have a magnificent Chinese Community in Harlow, this type of comment is both discriminatory and unwanted!

  3. MickyB77   May 22, 2020 at 4:59 am

    Ridiculous comments again from this councillor.
    It’s proven that this virus began in China and has contaminated the planet.
    Why did Italy suffer so badly ? Because, like us, they have a huge Chinese population and many of them spent the Chinese New Year, in China.

    In my world, two plus two always adds up, not like the dis-jointed views of the Momentum activists in our council, and in the teaching unions.
    As for the accusations against the government, are they responsible for every incompetent care home ?

  4. RayMo   May 22, 2020 at 8:31 am

    We have many magnificent communities in Harlow, why single out one more than aother. Sounds a tad racist to me. So we must not criticize governments in case we offend its citizens…Then dont criticize the UK government.

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