Coronavirus news: Boris lifts remaining restrictions in England

Churchmouse Campanologist

Thanks to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, England is now the freest country in the Western world.

On Monday, February 21, Boris announced the lifting of the remaining coronavirus restrictions. Some of this began yesterday. However, much of the lifting comes into effect on Thursday, February 24, with the remainder finished by April 1.

He gave a statement to Parliament first, which he followed with a televised coronavirus briefing — press conference — at 7 p.m. that evening.

This was the nub of his statement to the House of Commons (emphases mine):

As we have throughout the past two years, we will continue to work closely with the devolved Administrations as they decide how to take forward their own plans. Today’s strategy shows how we will structure our approach in England around four principles. First, we will remove all remaining domestic restrictions in law. From this Thursday, 24 February, we…

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5 thoughts on “Coronavirus news: Boris lifts remaining restrictions in England

  1. So, UK is now the freest western country. Canada is chilling as is Austria and Australia, but US is not far behind. I hope Boris is turning his back on the Great Reset they are openly talking about at world economic forum. Unreal.

    1. Thank you very much for the reblog, greatly appreciated.

      Just to clarify that the lifting of these restrictions pertains only to England, not the rest of the UK, comprised of devolved governments. I hope that Northern Ireland will be able to follow suit soon. However, Wales and Scotland are governed by left-wing parties, Labour and the Scottish National Party, respectively. Their measures are likely to remain in place for some time to come.

      I, too, hope that Boris is turning his back on the Great Reset.

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