Saturday 10 October

I seem to be saying this most weeks but it has indeed been another eventful week, some developments proving quite shocking when we thought it couldn’t get any worse. Leaving aside the drama across the Atlantic, the main one here must be being the loss under the aegis of Public Health England and the discreditedContinue reading “Saturday 10 October”

Sunday 14 June

As the death toll now reaches a shocking 41, 662, this last week has seen yet more unsettling and damaging developments, including: the government’s U-turn on schools reopening; complaints about the illogical quarantine policy (one backbencher telling a journalist Priti Patel had ‘gone mad’); more chaos surrounding the inadequate test and trace system and silenceContinue reading “Sunday 14 June”

Sunday 17 May

As the COVID19 death toll passes 34, 466, so it appears do divisions in society about key issues like the balance between freedom and safety. The debate surrounding lockdown easing is intensifying, many having decided to stick to the former regime and others feeling this is an attack on liberty, leading to a police state.Continue reading “Sunday 17 May”

Saturday 25 April

While people are still processing the news about Dominic Cummings’s attendance at SAGE meetings, it emerged via a confidential Cabinet Office briefing leaked to the Guardian that Ministers were warned last year the UK must have a robust plan to deal with a pandemic virus and its potentially catastrophic social and economic consequences. This leakContinue reading “Saturday 25 April”