Thursday, May 13, 2021
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Today’s talking point

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AN online survey by Ipsos MORI found that almost half of people in Britain say the current coronavirus restrictions are not strict enough (48 per cent), up from 39 per cent at the start of November. 

A third even say people should be allowed outside their homes only if they have an official pass. You can read the full findings here. Most Britons continue to say they are following coronavirus rules; almost half believe lockdown measures are not strict enough | Ipsos MORI

Can the government be proud of terrorising the population in this way?

Feel free to discuss this or anything else on your mind.

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