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Lockdown Sceptics may not be everybody's cup of tea but they do come up with some interesting nuggets. One such is the record of our boys in blue - or perhaps more accurately our justice system - in prosecuting offences under the Coronavirus Act 2020 - and other acts that have been used to imbue the coronavirus restrictions with the supposed force of law.

We have seen footage of arrests made (with unprecedented levels of force and sometimes what appears to be gratuitous violence) at protests where people simply want to exercise their traditional rights. Yet the government, by imbuing the Covid menace with previously unknown powers of transmission depending upon seemingly arbitrary circumstances, has sought to deny us our critical long-established freedoms.

It has been truly said that we don't value what we have until it is taken away.

So according to Lockdown Sceptics information, the enforcement of covid regulatory infractions has been singularly unsuccessful when push came to shove, with successful prosecutions remaining somewhat elusive.

Worth reading.