Britons today ignored the government’s ‘stay at home’ message as they formed huge queues for coffees and flocked to parks as the sun came out. Walkers, runners and cyclists were out and about in Hyde Park, central London, and Greenwich Park in the south-east of the capital. Officers from the Metropolitan Police kept a close eye on them as they were out on the beat in pairs wearing face coverings. But in Clapham pavements were clogged up with young adults either queuing outside coffee shops, walking to the Common or just standing around. And at Bradgate Park in Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, the car park was teaming with vehicles as hikers headed into the woods. It comes as a scientist advising the Government on coronavirus called for tighter lockdown restrictions than the first one in March. Professor Susan Michie, director of the Centre for Behaviour Change at UCL, also said she was in favour of paying people from low-income households to self-isolate. Yet analysis by Oxford University’s Covid-19 impact monitor shows the current nationwide shut down is having ‘a third less impact on movement’ than the first one in March. Meanwhile experts played down fears the Kent variant of the coronavirus is more… Read full this story
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