Labelling the lockdown ease as tactless and done without strategy, labour leader Keir Starmer criticizes the ways in which Boris Johnson has been executing the ease on lockdown phases, considering them to be tactless and risky.
Leader of the labour party Keir Starmer has expressed his disapproval of how the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been handling the transition into easier lockdown measures. Mr Starmer considers the ways in which the Prime Minister has conducted the easing of social distancing methods as a ‘mismanagement’ of how it should be done.
The labour leader continued to warn that if Mr Johnson does not change the tactless modes of conducting lockdown phases that it is likely to lead to a resurgence or second wave of the coronavirus outbreak.
As Mr Starmer criticizes the Prime Ministers strategies, conservative MP’s also seemed to echo his sentiments as valid points of discussion, as Home Secretary Priti Patel has also been placed on the receiving end of negative critique with regards to the performativity of the government’s lockdown ease and strategies.
England is due to come into easier lockdown methods this month, with primary schools already back into a partial schooling regime with most classes being carried through at home, and some back in the schooling environments.
The travel industry is set to function on regulated measures that do not violate social distancing policies, as travellers coming into the UK are obliged to abide by a 14-day self-isolation rule, which has been met with extreme criticism from governing bodies but is set to kick-off on June 8.