Regular readers find in me a relentless critic of this Government’s efforts to control Covid-19, because of its scant regard for the inviolability of human relationships. I do not find it acceptable to restrict non-cohabiting couples from pursuing their relationships, even in extremis, because that is a flagrant abuse of human rights. Back in June, … Continue reading Idiot Wind: A screeching U-turn on relationships under COVID-19 (Updated December 2020)
(Sorry, but this wasn't the end, merely a brief period of respite from Government Covidiocy. For the next episode in this sorry saga, read: Idiot Wind: A screeching U-turn on relationships under COVID-19, published in October 2020 with an update in December 2020.) …that blows nobody any good. I hope this post will mark the … Continue reading It’s an ill wind…
For what is (hopefully) the final part of this campaign, read It's an ill wind..., which described the English Government's low-key statement, on 9 September 2020, that 'established relationships' would henceforth be exempted from social distancing. . Two months ago I condemned the UK’s failure to introduce household bubbles to reunite non-cohabiting couples. This post … Continue reading Support Bubbles and Extended Households: A Dog’s Breakfast?
A sequel to this post, describing the development of support bubbles and extended households up to August 2020 is here. . This post discusses the continuing failure to introduce household bubbles as part of the UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy. It condemns the Government’s: Discrimination against non-cohabiting couples, unfairly prohibiting their intimacy during the COVID-19 … Continue reading Household Bubbles: Another COVID-19 failure by the UK Government?