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Government by decree – Covid-19 and the Constitution

Government by decree – Covid-19 and the Constitution

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the British state has exercised coercive powers over its citizens on a scale never previously attempted. It has taken effective legal control, enforced by the police, over the personal lives of the entire population: where they could go, whom they could meet, what they could do even within their own homes. For three months it placed everybody under a form of house arrest, qualified only by their right to do a limited number of things approved by ministers. All of this has been authorised by ministerial decree with minimal Parliamentary involvement. It has been the most significant interference with personal freedom in the history of our country. We have never sought to do such a thing before, even in wartime and even when faced with health crises far more serious than this one…

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By Trojan

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3 replies on “Government by decree – Covid-19 and the Constitution”

That was quite a read and it shows just how criminal the
British Government is being. People still believe that
the Government are doing all of this to protect them when
in reality it’s been put in place to destroy them.
Thanks for posting this.

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