Its sad that a fear based decision stole the future of so many. And it has happened all over the world, in every country. The Big Bad Bug should have been allowed to spread more naturally. Hiking And she lived happily ever after poster. Very very few governments were willing to make such a decision. People living in streets donot go to vote or may be they dont have their name listed in voter list so they are ignored every where and no one make a promise to them. But despite every thing lockdown was very necessary to save lives, when u have two big problems , you need to choose one first. Government is trying to help everyone at this difficult time but the attack of virus was a surprise so its not easy for any Government to take immediate steps to solve every people.
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Well done BBC, this is the sort of good news story we should be focusing on, all those doom and gloomers going on about people dying every day, we want more stained glass NHS on our phoneboxes, let’s start a petition, let’s get our Hero Boris Johnson to make it a priority, no expense should be spared. Hiking And she lived happily ever after poster. Putting profits before safety or putting the effective running of Royal Mail before safety? I can see why a Royal Mail employee might not see (or care about) the difference, but the fact is Royal Mail’s shareholders aren’t the only ones who benefit from a properly functioning postal service. And if the NHS can’t source PPE, is it any wonder that others can’t either?