Local lockdown

#4
We’ve been in a local lockdown here in Bradford for longer than I can actually remember.
Only difference has been we’ve not been allowed visitors to our house, which given our circumstances wasn’t an option anyway. I think probably every other house on our street has broken this lockdown at some point.
 

Muttley

Well-known member
#9
Teesside doesn't exist but Stockton (and Darlington) isn't in "Co. Durham" like Middlesbrough isn't in North Yorkshire.

Honestly don't know
 
#11
Teesside doesn't exist but Stockton (and Darlington) isn't in "Co. Durham" like Middlesbrough isn't in North Yorkshire.

Honestly don't know

Stockton and Darlington are Unitory Authorities so don't come under the administration of Durham County Council. They would be listed seperately if they were to be included. They only come under Durham for ceremonial purposes.
 

HarryVegas

Well-known member
#17
The steady creep of 'local lockdowns' will surely look more like a 'national lockdown' if it continues?
Might end up donning my tin foil hat over this but I honestly think it's handy practice for keeping us obedient come the time of the real crisis - controlling the masses when riots, panic buying, food shortages etc become a lived reality early in the new year.
 

Heam44

Active member
#18
Might end up donning my tin foil hat over this but I honestly think it's handy practice for keeping us obedient come the time of the real crisis - controlling the masses when riots, panic buying, food shortages etc become a lived reality early in the new year.
What makes you think that is going to happen?
 
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