"I write to question the motives of our local authorities in denying outsiders, visitors and tourists to share our coastline, enjoy our natural environment, beaches, opens spaces and fresh air at possibly the most crucial time in our social recent history."
They will of course argue that they were protecting ... each other?
Here on the 'coast' ... sunshine, fresh air, open space, gardens & camping all of those natural resources we take for granted has been ringfenced for the phew and not the many.
The recent reinforced message of 'keep out', 'go home', 'visitors go home' by local authorities whose financial dependency is based on tourism with all its gory glory is akin to digging a rather large hole ... without some rather radical fast forward.
Blue cheese, nicotine and an empty bottle a sure fire way for missing the boat. Fortunately other than the odd post on the 'hostile coast' in the words of Alan Sugar "“I just passed it on. I didn’t write it.”"
Anyhoos it would seem that anyone who expects 'normal' to return needs to accept that 'normal' is not an option. As the regular media feasts on speculation of unpicking the locked down with a wave of overwhelming enthusiasm to board public transport, escape and enjoy their natural freedoms and indeed their human rights, have no doubt it will bring an undercurrent of hostility.
"“the biggest non-story ever”"
Ah ... the great escape from Brexit to Berlin to bat for the other team only to find energy, enthusiasm and any ambitions of socialism to be severely challenged.
Food for thought :