Cummings's expletive-laden tirades disgusting, problematic and accurate

DOMINIC Cummings has left the UK reeling with his foul-mouthed rants that are not wide of the mark.

After hearing about the torrent of abuse that Dominic Cummings would subject colleagues to during the pandemic, the public have agreed he was actually pretty spot-on.

Martin Bishop from Colchester said: “All that stuff about stilettos and calling Helen MacNamara the C-word was horrible. ‘Useless f**kpigs’ though? Can’t argue with that.

“Who can honestly say we didn’t call Johnson and Hancock something similar as we watched the daily briefings at home in our pants? If anything I salute Cummings’s use of the English language. ‘Useless f**kpigs’ is succinct, original and creative.”

Donna Sheridan from Frome said: “I’m trying to think of a better way to describe a government that considered letting old people, the vulnerable and minorities die but I just can’t. ‘Useless f**kpigs’ really does sum them up beautifully.

“It doesn’t get annoying the more you hear it either, unlike cockwomble or wankpuffin. And since it’s not time-sensitive you can use it to describe Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman. I’m already calling Keir Starmer a useless f**kpig and he isn’t even in power yet.

“Does this mean I’ve forgiven Dominic Cummings? No. That sneering, eye-testing twat is a useless f**kpig and no mistake.”

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Old people: are they a bad thing? A Daily Telegraph investigation

WE hear a lot of sentimental nonsense about old people. But would it really have been a bad thing to clear a few hundred thousand out in late 2020? We investigate.

Everyone knows the stereotype of the elderly: twinkling eyes, handing out Bourbons and wise advice, requiring no more maintenance than cups of tea and trips to the lavatory.

But, sadly, this image only exists in the minds of the young, the woke, and those inferior minds warped by socialism. In the Britain of 2023, it is a very different story.

Here, vicious old people lurk behind the doors of their subsidised housing, hissing, ready to strike like vipers at anyone who sensibly suggests reducing their sacred triple lock.

No longer reliably xenophobic or sensibly warmongering, the pensioner of today is no more or less than a parasite. Claiming benefits, refusing to work, heating their houses like a cannabis farm and demanding we pay.

They busy themselves running steam railways and attending watercolour classes as if they have earned the right. None followed Captain Tom’s brave example by raising millions for the NHS then selflessly passing on rather than drain it.

So when a certain ex-prime minister suggested Covid was nature’s way of dealing with the scourge of the old, was he right as always? Well, it would ease pressure on the public purse. The housing crisis would be over. We wouldn’t need immigrants for care homes.

But Boris baulked at letting the virus rip when he realised the full scale of the tragedy – the unfair and aspiration-crushing 40 per cent inheritance tax still imposed on our country would have punished millions of innocents.

So first repeal that. Then buy a new brew of Covid from China and let’s sweep those old crocks into the dustbin of history.