All Non-Essential Services to Shutdown To Tackle The Coronavirus in Britain.

Posted on 23-03-20 by Dean Sean Foy Number of votes: 0 | Number of comments: 1
As a Labour Member I Personally Believe All Non-Essential Services to Shutdown to Tackle the Coronavirus. All Essentials Services Like Government, Banks, Public Transport, Airlines, Supermarkets, Hospitals, Police and All Emergency Services to Stay Open. The Government, The Bank of England, HRMC Treasury, Government and All Banks Now Need to Work Together to Protect Both Our People and Economy in Britain. Police to be Given New Powers to Enforce Measures to Prevent the Coronavirus from Spreading also the Army to Support the Police Too. The Elderly and Most Vulnerable to Be Fully Isolated to Protect Them. All Hospital Visits Now Need to Be Banned. As Many People to Stay at Home to Isolate Themselves and There Familes in Britain. Only People to go out Now for Essential Reasons Like Shopping and Traveling to Work. All Public Transport and Hospitals to Have Extra Staff to Protect Them From the Coronavirus. That is the Labour Way Protecting Our People, Economy and Country From the Coronavirus in Britain.

Referring to: Work, Pensions and Equality

The Work, Pensions and Equality Policy Commission is charged with developing Labour’s policy on social security, poverty and equalities.

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