Tom Peck: The 'ingenuity of science' best hurry up for Matt Hancock's sake

Source: The Independent - View Original Article
Published: Oct 16, 2020
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Bias Rating:

54% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 54% Conservative:

  • 1 negative sentiment for European Union


Policies:

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95% "Which is good news if you run a pub, because you can apply for government support.""
87% "The ingenuity of science best get a wriggle on then.""
85% "I know that there are brighter skies and calmer seas ahead, he said, just as he and the rest of them did six months ..."
81% "And if you run a pub, well you'll have to stay open to serve all those customers that aren't coming, and so there'll be ..."
-54% "And we know for certain he didn't get into politics to take his country out of the European Union.""
-82% "What a terrible pity Matt Hancock didn't get into politics for perpetual war, misery and destruction.""
-85% "Tormented, as we are, never to know why it is Matt Hancock got into politics, given only daily if not hourly reminders of why ..."
-89% "And yes, you might be angry, but look, Matt Hancock didn't get into politics for this, okay, so don't start having a go at ..."
-95% "Much worse.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

46% : And we know for certain he didn't get into politics to take his country out of the European Union.
95% : Which is good news if you run a pub, because you can apply for government support.
87% : The ingenuity of science best get a wriggle on then.
85% : "I know that there are brighter skies and calmer seas ahead," he said, just as he and the rest of them did six months ago.
81% : They really will.
81% : And if you run a pub, well you'll have to stay open to serve all those customers that aren't coming, and so there'll be no support for you.
18% : What a terrible pity Matt Hancock didn't get into politics for perpetual war, misery and destruction.
15% : Tormented, as we are, never to know why it is Matt Hancock got into politics, given only daily if not hourly reminders of why he didn't.
11% : And yes, you might be angry, but look, Matt Hancock didn't get into politics for this, okay, so don't start having a go at him.
5% : "Things will get worse before they get better," Matt Hancock wants you to know.
5% : Much worse.

*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

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