For The Many, Not The Curfew

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This afternoon.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson (above) raised the prospect of the Army patrolling streets in England to enforce coronavirus rules.

Via BBC:

The Prime Minister said that the police will now have the ‘option to draw on military support where required‘ as he announced fines for breaking the rule of six will be doubled to £200.

Mr Johnson said the UK is at a ‘perilous turning point’ in the fight against the virus as he imposed a 10pm curfew on all restaurants, bars and pubs across the country from Thursday with the hospitality sector also being restricted to table service only.

A requirement to wear face coverings will be extended to include retail workers and customers in indoor hospitality settings, except for when they are seated at a table to eat or drink.

Coronavirus: ‘We’ve reached a perilous turning point’, says Boris Johnson (BBC)

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11 thoughts on “For The Many, Not The Curfew

  1. SOQ

    Army on the streets eh? Northern Ireland goes back to the future so.

    Given that fatalities and hospitalisations are marginal in comparison to previous, these OTT actions just do not make sense. There is no evidence that there will be a second wave- none what so ever and yet, the British MSM keep repeating it as fact.

    Bizarre.

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