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Alok Sharma Exihibits Concerning Behaviour During Weekly Downing Street Address

During a weekly Downing Street address, Business Secretary Alok Sharma proved to exhibit concerning behaviour as his mannerisms were oddly unfolding before the parliament. As Mr Sharma conducted his statements on the Corporate Insolvency and Government Bill he was in a mode of constant discomfort.

During a weekly Downing Street address, Business Secretary Alok Sharma proved to exhibit concerning behaviour as his mannerisms were oddly unfolding before the parliament. As Mr Sharma conducted his statements on the Corporate Insolvency and Government Bill he was in a mode of constant discomfort.

The Business Secretary was seen wiping his face with a cloth continuously for at least one minute, he removed his glasses to rub his eyes as if feeling some heavy form of irritation from his facial region, and appeared to have been perspiring uncontrollably.

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These were just a few of the concerning behavioural patterns in which Alok Sharma presented among parliament during the meeting. Due to this behaviour, Mr Sharma saw it fit to get tested for the coronavirus directly after the Downing Street address.

The results of Mr Sharma’s test have yet to be disclosed however, if Mr Sharma tests positive for the virus, it is most likely that an immense amount of outrage among members of parliament would ensue, especially those who were in attendance at the Downing Street brief.

A growing concern which multiple MP’s made the Prime Minister aware of is the return to parliament and the risk this brings in potentially increasing the likeliness of a resurgence of the virus between members of parliament.

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Despite trying to ensure that the 2 metre social distancing regime would help in preventing the likeliness of transmission amongst members of parliament, many were not convinced and called for virtual meetings to resume.

As Alok Sharma exhibits these types of mannerisms among his political counterparts, it is suspected that the business secretary may have come down with something but is not confirmed or known to be the coronavirus.

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