This is a time for serious politicians who can make unpopular decisions | Letters

Source: The Guardian - View Original Article
Published: Mar 23, 2020
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74% Conservative


Top 5 sentiments contributing towards policies:

78% : Michael Meadowcroft considers the ill-health of western politics in the face of populism, nationalism and selfishness, Alan Horne wants Tony Blair back, while Vanessa Raison is surprised that Boris cannot find a snappy slogan The most significant comment in Martin Kettle's column (Defeating the Covid-19 crisis could need a wartime coalition government, 19 March), is that Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings would be wrong to believe that they can spin their way through the present crisis and then return to political life as it was before the virus.
69% : The delicate ill-health of western politics in the face of populism, nationalism and the selfishness of developed countries is now compounded by new vivid considerations, such as the vulnerability and fragility of civilisation in the face of a single virus, and the high financial price of providing the basic necessities for living and for maintaining a minimum economic level.

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

78% : Michael Meadowcroft considers the ill-health of western politics in the face of populism, nationalism and selfishness, Alan Horne wants Tony Blair back, while Vanessa Raison is surprised that Boris cannot find a snappy slogan The most significant comment in Martin Kettle's column (Defeating the Covid-19 crisis could need a wartime coalition government, 19 March), is that Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings would be wrong to believe that they can spin their way through the present crisis and then return to political life as it was before the virus.
69% : The delicate ill-health of western politics in the face of populism, nationalism and the selfishness of developed countries is now compounded by new vivid considerations, such as the vulnerability and fragility of civilisation in the face of a single virus, and the high financial price of providing the basic necessities for living and for maintaining a minimum economic level.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization