I went to the park last week when we had some early Spring sunshine and it heartened me to see the place packed with people. I think it's evidemce that people are no longer prepared to be told that they have to stay inside for months on end to hide away from a low level coronovirus with at most a 0.3 morbidity rate. The fact that we have fucked up the economy for this absolutely staggers me - then again I am one who remembers the crash of the late noughties. I never recovered from that in terms of job prospects and financial stability and it's only in recent years that I have got back to a place of being able to buy luxuries like PC hardware. Once the dust settles from these idiotic policies the noughties crash is going to look like a gplden age. I will never again vote for a party that advocated lockdown. They are a threat to fundamental civil liberties, the UK government is now ready to impose 'Covid Passports', whilst pretending that they are 'only considering' it and that they will be a temporary measure. They are ID cards by the back door and yet another step towards a full surveilllance culture.