I have just been told that I have to restrict my travel to within the RCT borders because of Covid (my local area). Now I am trying it on I know but at very least I can get up their noses.
Dear Ms Howells
I have been browsing the internet and have seen that Birmingham City Council are using personnel from HM armed forces to tour the streets, knocking on doors asking if people want to take Covid testing. This has made me wonder if The Welsh senedd have any similar plans?
I see this as a blatant attempt to intimidate and bully people into taking a test that they may not want but, especially for the elderly residents, seeing a soldier knocking at the door and firmly suggesting that a test be taken could be extremely intimidating and could even produce ill effects far worse than anything Covid will produce.
I hope and pray that this is NOT going to be part of the so called 'new normal'
I for one WILL NOT accept such a visitor and should this become part of the Senedd Policy, will seek court action under the UK Human rights and the 2005 Article 6(consent) of the UNESCO bioethics Human rights statement, which is integrated into UK law and which Wales, and the welsh Senedd are obliged to follow, being part of the UK Crown territories.
Secondly, I wish to question the recent restrictions being imposed that forbids me to travel outside of the RCT borders. I WILL NOT follow this ruling because, similar to many other motorists, I have paid road fund licence to use the whole of the UK public carriageway Network,as and when I choose. By ruling that I am not allowed to use any of the public Carriageways other than that contained within the RCT boundaries, you are in fact restricting around 85-90% of my rights that I have paid almost £400 per year for and I would therefore require that 85%-90% of my road fund licence be refunded to me by the Sennedd, because it is they who have restricted my access to the full UK public Carriageway.
I look forward to your response