@DEEDOODLE Yes, I know that there are planes still flying, but when was the last time you saw a passenger plane taking off from Exeter? What about the planes on the tarmac at Bournemouth, Gatwick, and other airports that are mothballed? When was the last TUI flight that left this country? As for 40 flights arriving at Heathrow today, WOW, they usually have that amount in less than ...
@DEEDOODLE Not sure if you have heard, but there is a global pandemic known as Corvid-19 aka Coronavirus, where all holidays, including cruises, have halted, and ships (as well as aeroplanes) have to find somewhere to hold up until they are called back into service.
I don't think that there are any passengers on board, just a skeleton crew, same as the cruise ships off Weymouth. It's just somewhere to anchor until it is called back into service.
@DEEDOODLE The government won't do anything as it might upset the BLM movement, and any other immigrant who opposes it. WLM.
@ burnside OK, Ali & Kinnock broke the rules, but did they have anything to do with Lockdown Rules? The argument here is that Cummings broke his OWN rules
The tory government, the 'govenrment for the PEOPLE' have now shown their TRUE colours. One rule for the rich, and stuff everyone else. As for tit for tat, Cummings helped MAKE THE RULES! People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones or go on long journeys.
@leatash There is no point now in complaining because good old Boris stands by Cummings so that means that anyone can do anything and go anywhere. The Police have lost all authority now to turn back anyone who appears to be in breach of lockdown ruling.
One rule for the rich, another rule for the rest. Good old tories, standing by what they ALWAYS believe in.
"If you or someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus: do not leave your home for any reason " Unless you are a Tory MP.
Well done Boris, you and you so called scientific advisors (inc Trump?) are complete idiots in making us open to the higher infection rate. Stay HOME and NOT stay Alert. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-52742519