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Speakthetruth • 3 months ago

This article really does need urgent and clear clarification by the Westminster, Welsh and Scottish Governments. How can flights be made from Manchester, Liverpool, Doncaster, Cardiff, Glasgow and Edinburgh when the populations of those regions' very high alert levels have been told by their Governments to avoid unnecessary travel?

steve kane • 3 months ago

Of course they can fly however what if they become ill will insurance still be valid I DONT THINK SO because insurance firms will do anything to get out of paying

Antony Winspear • 3 months ago

"Under Wales’ lockdown, travel is limited to essential travel only. People are not permitted to travel into Wales for holidays, and people living in Wales are not permitted to go on holiday.
Travel abroad is only permitted for people with a reasonable excuse, and a holiday would not be considered such. Hotels in Wales must also close for the duration of the lockdown."

The situation for Level 3 areas in England seems ludicrous. Residents cannot go to a local pub (shut). They cannot meet with friends indoors or outdoors... THEY CAN GO TO AN AIRPORT, JUMP ON A PLANE, FLY 1000s OF MILES - AND THEN DO ALL THE THINGS THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO DO AT HOME.

Government by BJ & Co