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This week our Crowdjustice campaign reached a significant milestone with over £400,000 now pledged to our cause and I would just like to thank you all for your incredible support and encouragement so far.
Now a second deadly lockdown is upon us. Once again non-essential shops are closed, along with hotels and campsites. Entertainment venues are shut and so are leisure facilities like swimming pools and gyms. Beauty salons and hairdressers are no longer open which means a return to the DIY snip. For many people, the period between now and December 2 will be extremely tough. One mental illness charity says the number of people seeking support for suicidal thoughts tripled during lockdown.
As the Government continues to storm ahead, shattering the UK economy and showing a complete disregard for any freedoms and liberties we once had, we simply cannot stand aside and continue to accept these measures that have been imposed based on spurious data.
I have been asked many times about the outcome of our appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice and I am afraid we are still waiting on the three presiding Judges to deliver their verdict. However, whilst we await judgement, we can still try to live the fullest lives possible within the limitations of the lockdown.
Many were quick to spot some loopholes and highlight the differences between these regulations and the original lockdown. For example:
1. Businesses are allowed to sell alcohol for consumption off the premises as long as you order online, by telephone or, weirdly, by post.
2. The rules state you are allowed to see one other person for ‘open air recreation’. That does not have to mean going for run. You could meet a friend just to chat in the park. There is also an exemption which means you can bring a child under school age along too – as well as anyone who needs supervision such as someone with disabilities.
3. The official guidance is to ‘minimise time spent outside your home’. But there is no limit to the amount of time you spend out of the home as long as it is ‘for recreation’. Plus you are allowed to leave home to buy things from the shops, fulfil legal obligations, take kids to school and attend a place of worship for individual prayer – so bear that in mind if anyone asks why you are not at home.
Our legal experts believe there are some even more interesting possibilities within the framework of The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) (No. 4) Regulations 2020 for those willing to argue their case. Here are three areas open to interpretation:
1. EMPLOYING MUM AS A CLEANER - Cleaners, nannies and tradespeople are allowed to visit someone else’s house for the purposes of work. There is nothing to stop you from employing a member