‘High Value’ Business Travellers’ Quarantine Exemption Branded ‘Dangerous And Elitist’
If our government goes ahead with this relaxation of rules, for “High Value” business travellers, they deserve all the vitriol coming their way.
Covid-19 doesn’t discriminate between rich and poor.
If we are going to truly protect this country then the quarantine rules need to be applied, strictly and fairly, to everyone who travels outside of the UK.
Wake up Boris, this makes no sense.
That is my opinion of the organisers and attendees at this illegal rave.
We are constantly being told that it is the older generation, including me, that are at risk, that we should be abiding by the social distancing rules and self isolating.
And yet this message is somehow lost on the young in this country. Although this incident was happening in Wales, it is just one of many that are happening across the whole of the UK.
The young quite happily ignore all the rules. They ignore the fact that anything they pick up, at these events and other such gatherings, will be taken home and shared with their friends and family. Shared with their parents and, possibly, their grandparents.
Ch Supt Simon Belcher says: “This type of illegal gathering is totally unacceptable and we are aware of the concerns it is causing for the local community.
“I would like to again remind people of their obligations under the current coronavirus legislation and the overarching goal for everyone to take personal responsibility by following Welsh government regulations to keep Wales safe.”
What is required is that the government give the powers to clamp down on these incidents and for the authorities to exercise those powers.
The message isn’t getting through. It is time to make examples of the organisers and the attendees.
‘VICTIMS OF STUPIDITY’
Lidl staff call police after middle-aged couple try to buy £12 rhubarb gin with daughters aged 11 and 14
I haven’t had cause to issue one of these for some time but this article really takes the biscuit. This ranks up with the story of the couple refused entry to their local cinema because their babe-in-arms was to young for the movie certification. It beggars belief.
So, to the Staff and Management of Lidl, Jointly I award you, “The Waterlooville Wally Of The Week Award”