As so often during the Coronavirus pandemic, most of our free and fearless press is urging its readers to look elsewhere while knowing full well that news is now out there confirming not only that the Government made the decision to lock down too late, but that the cost of that delay can be quantified in terms of lives lost. And that number is around 30,000.came news from Hayley Barlow at Channel 4.HERE]. This morning, ITV Good Morning Britain has told “Former Chief Scientific Adviser [Sir David King] says if we had gone into lockdown a week earlier we could have had less than 10,000 deaths in total”. The official death toll is over 40,000. Do the math, as they say.
The families of the 30,000 should get an explanation. But they probably won’t.