Like the rest of the government he’s demonstrably incompetent and should have been sacked countless times, his adultery is the least of our problems.
I don't believe any politician/leader in the world (irrespective of party or state democracy/non democracy) had all the right answers when they needed them, so would you sack them all and who are the ones who will know the right answers to replace them all with???
There was no 'perfect' way to deal with the pandemic that no one had ever encountered before.
Nobody set out to kill people, they set out to save them the best way they knew how whilst not wrecking the economy at the same time - and lets not forget, that the vast majority of people couldn't be arsed to do the most simplest of things to help by doing such things like keeping in their bubbles and wearing face masks inside places like shops, etc, ffs!
If Labour had been in power do you think they would have done things much better?
How would they have found all the PPE at the drop of a hat - would they not have brought in emergency powers too?
Would the Labour government turn away offers of help from companies that had Tory connections?
Would the civil servants not establish the VIP lane like they did (it wasn't the Tory government that did that - or didn't you know?).
Would Labour have not sent the children back to school or the kids to university?
Would they not try and keep on top of outbreaks in regions like the government did?
Do you really think things would have been vastly different?
If Corbyn had been Prime Minister, with his ideological socialist mates, I personally think things would have been considerably worse myself - they certainly would not have got Kate Bingham to take charge of the vaccine task force and the one undeniable success we have had in her getting the vaccines and rolling them out so magnificently.
Anyway as you say Hancock's adultery is hardly a sacking offence in this day and age and it's pathetic of the Labour party to attempt to make it into one.
They really are well out of touch these days don't you think?
(The electorate certainly do!).