Tag: Lockdown

Enforcement and Consent

By Mike Speakman, Law & Order Spokesman 30th April 2020 There is much speculation about the government’s timing of the lockdown; were they too early or were they too late?   Many of the government’s opponents claim they were too late, citing South Korea or Taiwan who were very quick to introduce lockdowns. Taiwan in fact…

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COVID-19: The Economic Fallout

Anne Marie Waters  April 28th 2020   The Government has promised £60,000 to the families of health workers whose relatives die from coronavirus.  The measure was announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock on April 27th.  This will no doubt bring some relief to devastated families and very few people would object. However, as it is…

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Open Letter to the British Government: When will this end?

The following is a suggested letter to the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson (boris.johnson.mp@parliament.uk), as well as Health Secretary Matt Hancock (matt.hancock.mp@parliament.uk).  Please copy and paste and send this to Government.  The more letters they receive, the more they’ll become aware of public feeling.  Thank you.    Dear Prime Minister/Health Secretary Re: Coronavirus ‘lockdown’ As…

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Coronavirus: PPE and the lockdown

Anne Marie Waters  April 22nd 2020    It’s easy to criticise the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, but we should remember we’re in unchartered waters and nobody has been here before.  However, it is the job of the government to act in the people’s best interests, even (or especially) at difficult times like this….

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Lockdown, What Lockdown?

By Suarav Dutt, Author & Political Analyst 30th March 2020 Guest articles do not necessarily represent the views of The For Britain Movement. Is this really a lockdown? Where are the police vigilance groups making sure Britons aren’t gathering en masse, hosting barbecues in wide open spaces,cramming together in tube carriages without face masks and…

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