Monday 30 May 2022

Lockdowns etc: they plan to do it again and soon

This obscure British news item has world significance.

A British Conservative politician seems to think that politicians in the next few years are "sadly likely' to impose regulations comparable to the ones that accompanied Covid.

Be warned. If he thinks so, so do other influential and powerful people in many countries.

'Jeremy Wright, a former culture secretary and ex-attorney general, said he feared Covid rule-breaking in Downing Street had done "real and lasting damage to the reputation not just of this Government but to the institutions and authority of government more generally".

'Mr Wright said it is "sadly likely" that ministers will again in future have to ask the nation to comply with tough rules and restrictions and the events of partygate "makes that consent less likely".'

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