Editorial View: Have we really done all we can to combat coronavirus?
In our desire to bring normality back to our lives, some of us may have slackened off and neglected to take precautions
The frustration felt by the owners of pubs and other businesses that were due to reopen under phase four of the government‘s post-Covid plan tomorrow, but will not now be able to do so until at least August 10, is understandable.
It is a blow from which some of those businesses will not recover. And it will be especially damaging for the owners of rural pubs who had hoped to salvage something from the...
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