- Aug 29, 2016
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- Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
- Notts County
People haven't needlessly died, they got ill and died during a pandemic, it happens. Bed occupancy is not through the roof nationally, the NHS hasn't been stretched beyond breaking point.Who does like a lockdown? I’ve been called a ‘lockdown fan’ on this thread and been told that I mustn’t have any friends but at no point have I actually said I wanted a lockdown!
The reason no further restrictions were bought in before Christmas in England were nothing to do with the science and were entirely due to political expediency. As a result people have needlessly died, been hospitalised and hospitals have been stretched beyond breaking point. Some people have tried to convince themselves that the pandemic is over, but for those on the frontline that‘s far from the case.
There aren't extra deaths in England compared to Scotland or Wales, for all their faults I'd take the English government over Scotland and Wales this last Christmas.
You are obsessive, you've name called quite a few on here who had the temerity to disagree with you and even now after the infection rate decoupling from the mortality rate you're still obsessing and wanting everyone to do more.
Even Sturgeon has had to lighten up as the facts don't fit hers and your narrative, Drakeford has proven himself to be ridiculous.
Right, I'm off to Kings Lynn and have a night out with a few mates. Up the mighty Pies.