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"berge johnson" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:12 min | 5 months ago

"berge johnson" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Podcast. I'm katie goals. Land joined by. Jane's saif and we just have burst in where he unveiled his social care. Plan and general. Nhs funding stretchy to mp's. James has been lots of huffing. Puff in recent days from mp's some publicly and many ministers anonymously by how much they oppose berge johnson's plan. But what did the prime minister. Let's say and what was the initial response. So i think what we most relieved about is how little tutorial position there was to the planet rob halpin to about mitigations for lower paid workers in terms of paying national insurance. Increase damian green. Ray pertinent question. Which is if you're gonna. How do you ensure that the nhs doesn't swallow up all this money. This money is initially meant to go for the nhs backlog and then moved to social his points very. How do you ensure what actually happens. But i think the tory rebellion which was quite in evidence in the weekend papers. I think definitely that was less about today. It would be a big surprise based on today in the chamber if there was a sizeable tori about illness. I think you saw some trying to frame this as he's hiding to break his manifesto promise because of the backlogs in the nhl schools by coded. He said look. I break my manifesto promise lately but global pandemic wasn't in anyone's manifesto. He was trying to argue that if he didn't take this action. Then the wasting this could rise to thirty million. He claimed about one. In four people in england and i think that this is the way he is trying to frame his trying to use the public's affection for the chest to justify the tax rise. I mean the political danger for him is that he falls between two stools is that he has raised taxes. He has broken manifesto promise but they didn't get a clear grip on the nhs waiting list. And so you end up with people feeding. They pay more times but they haven't got that much back in in return for. I mean that is the political risk. I in that that is more. This remains again and james do think to specific details of the policy of how to reduce the scale of rebellion in the sense..

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"berge johnson" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

14:30 min | 1 year ago

"berge johnson" Discussed on The Know Show

"Do you think that you know this? Whole period where we are having to navigate their social distance in dance and and having to navigate Or having to be forced to make a judgment about others. So do you think that's going to change culture in the same way yes definitely. I think that Moral Health Morality. The mobilization discos already exists in I in terms of not being about into the state if not deal salvage south judgment of others if that note subscribing to union having the five day united kind of health policies at become coin great in British Culture In terms of how it proceed healthy unhealthy behaviors. I think that has been exacerbated. Now serve We're looking in outer of space. What if could that? How that's represented on social media that use of the instagram. Stay at High Hashtag That's being used in a quantum oral ways. While I one of my participants was explaining how his girlfriend had been out for a walk and had posted on a woke me. Sunny Day she across lake. I think was to retire. The ducks posted on instagram and then backlash from has such media community Saying you shouldn't be out. You should be at home even though she's a cool south Walk Yes spice I think it's making us more surveillance of other people's behaviors like physics chemistry as if somebody invaded Space physically stepping away. You must've not light but also most of I didn't people's movements online and justifying why we're at the House I is another key on this This happening particularly on Instagram To ensure that we ought to judge and they'll be awesome moral citizens abiding by regulations and sat. Yes I think this this surveillance issue is one. That's become quite a point in at the moment because I mean i. I read a report from the West Midlands. Police talking about the number of reports that they've got on from neighbors complaining about other neighbors going for walks and and kind of shown that there is this moral dilemma in in what's best for society but was good for me individually and where that clashes and so can we do any cans the digital world help us sort of make sense of how we can balance out. What's good for me? But what's good for society in general yes? I think just a key thing is not subscribing to other people's judgments at times all the the opinion pieces that coming out. I'm I'm personally struggling with somebody's being blamed. For example things like that people not being perceived as responsible when the governmental guidance is a bit ambiguous or certain has been in the past obviously that they are increasingly being Clara. But I would say that would pretty slow to prevent veges Cetinje comparably to other countries. I'm particularly in Europe so I feel like those social distant same kind of guidance in for awhile was said about unclear and even now we are going out feel one exercise a day. Does that mean you're not allowed to go to the shop signed day? You know that. There's kind of a few grey areas with this where it does become a very individualized embodied moral response that we have to that we have to enact ourselves Have to sell responsible is. I'M GONNA be diligence which yeah presents presents. A huge amount of challenges saying a really really hard to navigate is a kind of wealth of information on how we gather this information which sources to we go to And then how do we kind of follow that guidance? I think it's I think it's really challenging and of cool you know. We need to get fresh air every day. We need to do a weekly shops. And these kind of these measures are different for everybody. As I mentioned earlier about geographic differences and possessions of agency Sutton That live in more rural locations. Feel a huge sense of agency and freedom because they when they leave the house they aren't going to be necessarily interacting up and down the streets. I'm myself living in London an East London. United most of the time on a light today. out for run this morning. And you'll do the social distancing dogs you know and I've had my daily constitutional now but whereas somebody who lives in the countryside he went come into contact with others. Who has a golden has a very different experience. Jeremy's time it's very interesting that you so if the government's role in in all of this and I mean aside from so of the orchestration of of Berge Johnson's illness in his rise. From the dead and and this is like this great play that they did for for the government feels to me personally fills as if aside from the fact that they're not very clear on. The regulation did not very clear on the measures. They're not very clear on the enforcement to me back then or even clear on what guidance to give an an how to spread this message. Because I mean we've seen the like what we've heard that the government spent six. I think six or nine million pound sending letters to every house in the UK. Telling them you know what Great travesty is. I mean are. Do you feel like the government are not playing enough of a role in providing this guidance in the online world and in a digital world instagram via facebook via social media? That's a big question but yes ultimately the letters thing I mean. Of course everybody's connected online we have to attend to those who are deeply divided However that does seem like a huge money to an extent but then how do you reach those. He won't connected online. How dare about Magic Not Now so I is why they did that Yes I think Damages should come fall for sooner and I should have been faulk lehrer from day. One following other While other countries kind of role in how quickly in full slow damages and gave very clear obstruction the kind of cancer arguments. That was around Effectively locking people up to prematurely for fair all People getting stuck crazy. I Guess Sarah of of the other up particularly sexual economically that the issues that presents sire dot the counter argument to that radio is so to me more about what the observations that you've made with with fifteen participants that you heard so so to me about the questions that you were exploring. And what keeps divisions were? Sirbu started off by asking how perceptions and use of digital technology in particularly social media have changed Within the phase of lockdown And then kind of looked at. How bad affected intimacy to then looking at the health practices and how they responded gathering Health information going to the most challenging and the most beneficial aspects of lockdown release are covered some of the responses to the social media this fear of not being perceived as productive. That was a really really key Disco so many people were subscribing to Struggling Talks are struggling to manage. Not Being on offense all the time I know site because everything is they. Need to screen Assad Hon Eight. We have that social interaction with friends digital diaries. Offending went crazy a now becoming something else to additionally manage Which are the one. Hand is is grateful enabling connectivity essentiality and support but also it. It's quite disruptive Kombi quite quite long to have to manage united speaking to people in evening when you've already been an perpetual died for example for walk so yeah so that was kind of the key Observations of the social media sharing anew size mentioned this idea of presenting oneself was big moral unconv- regulatory abiding of sticking to the sentencing measures over even things like people get deliveries things like that showing that people are taking the regulations seriously but Taking additional measures that they normally things like that definitely subscribed to this to this discourse And then onto the outside of things What was really interesting was was uses was individual. Sorry this evening and the government staley exercise. Almost it's a bit like a prescription Felt guilty if I didn't go out once Roy. Okay which yeah I quit? That was quite interesting yet. Digitally cooling that constitutional because Her should be leaving the house once a day to go get my Russia etc. So that was quite fascinating and also issues around stigma stigma attached to being symptomatic or South diagnosing and identifying the symptoms of in one south. That was a squad bizarre observations. I hadn't hadn't anticipated. I think that's a very very interesting one. And it's one worth talking about a bit more because now the most offensive thing you can do whilst you oh cough or sneeze and I think that's become increasingly stigmatized and in light of the fact that this is Obviously a pandemic. And it's nothing to take lightly how from from the conversations that you've had with with your participants. How have they responded to? To that of the idea. The concept of all the you know the event in the event that people have cough sneeze around them. Is that something that they've become so fearful of even more definite absolutely yeah Everybody has a story. Talebi interacting with somebody that they perceived shouldn't should shouldn't be outside of the House basically who are exhibiting symptoms and side. Yeah so we're we're also aside from moral judgment also making health judgments well though becoming experts to like to make a broad generalization but I think the general public now has far increased understanding of viral viral illness. Acas everybody's becoming elax gathering health information and deciphering war as information is is False fake news. Or will is yeah. It's kind of not helpful though misinformation so I mean on on the idea of misinformation and people getting their information online about covert nitel. Obviously we've seen we've seen two sides to that we've seen obviously the side of people genuinely interested in looking at the number of deaths the number of cases We have like these daily trackers that we can be confined. I'm but we've also seen The cynics and the people that are you know pedaling on these These rumors or all these like falsehoods coming on from the media. Around things like Oh. The flu kills more people than the than this. Pandemic or for instance five. Jeez the course of this China the did there so so how how have how. How people's sort of use of of of online or getting the information online changed in this period has it has increased. Has it decreases it becoming more critical or is it just just random I think in the early phases of lockdown it was massively increased and people were just traveling down the rabbit holes all information on on so many opinion pieces on so many conspiracy theories the five g. one being the one that's been reported over the news media and I think with with with the initial time on the initial thea on the initial explosion of information and really made people when I got much house related information related information as possible and then I think over time in this relatively short space time in terms of how people's consumption of news media consumption of health information has changed people now being far more critical. I'm being fumble Catholic that reaching because it does. It doesn't spy fair it doesn't sparring Auntie And ultimately we'll just want the most accurate information and to follow the most helpful guidance for us in our daily lives possibly. I.

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