Joy and tiers IT pains us to dilute the joy of the sensational Oxford vaccine announcement with the imminent ruin now facing so many of our pubs and restaurants. But for them the tougher new tiers system in place for four months from December 2 will be the killer blow. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates We are baffled by why those venues in the new Tier 3 were singled out. There is precious little evidence they are the major drivers of infection. We cannot help but fear that the decision is a random bone thrown by Boris Johnson to the hyper-cautious and erratic Sage scientists clamouring for an even harsher regime, so desperate are they to cover their backsides over their early complacency. This is too momentous a call to be arrived at by haggling. Boris must reconsider, before it’s too late for thousands of businesses which, having fought so hard and made themselves Covid-secure, will be effectively shut down anyway never to reopen.Venues in London and other cities, if placed in the top tier and robbed of their Christmas takings, will be wiped out. Is the PM certain that is a price… Read full this story
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