TWELVE a few months ago, an announcement that the Queen had caught Covid would seriously worry the nation.
Yesterday, in the midst of good wishes, there was there is no primary cause for alarm.
Mission personified, King tell us her symptoms are like a mild cold and of course she will keep working.
Even at the age of 95, she three spikes which means she has a great chance of recovery.
Get well soon, ma’am.
There may be a better sign that we all can now – like Boris Johnson will say today – living with the virus?
Cases were down 37% in a week, hospital admissions were low.
The vaccines are doing their job.
With inevitable frustration, the Labor Party and the British left-wing Medical Association began ailing by the Queen to insist the Prime Minister must jump the gun to save her own skin.
Fueled by their determination to bring down the Tory Government at all costs, these persecutors have gotten every call wrong during this pandemic.
Instead, enjoy the long-awaited moment when all restrictions end on Thursday.
We are free at last.
As we start to leave the pandemic behind us, now is the time for Brexit, Britain must boost its economy and race away from our European rivals.
Surely this is not the time to inflict a huge tax blow on millions of struggling working families.
Just as households face tight finances, around 5 million people will be dragged into the 40p income tax rate as Chancellor Rishi Sunak up 40 billion pounds under the freezing threshold.
Today The Sun also revealed the White Man faces an extra £500 in fuel costs.
With energy prices already sanctioned, inflation rising and National Insurance contributions rising, there is a risk Britons will stop spending.
History shows that a high tax burden shrinks the economy.
UK Plc desperately needs growth.
This is a potential recipe for disaster.
Zouma is silent
WHEN The Sun Reveals Sick Video Of West Ham Soccer Player Kurt Zouma kicked his cat, readers were outraged and demanded quick action.
Nearly 200,000 people signed the petition calling for French faces charges of cruelty to animals.
RSPCA initially responded by capturing Zouma’s two Bengal pets.
Since then there has been only silence from the charity.
In 2019, it boasts nearly 2,000 successful prosecutions.
So why is it dragging its heels now?
What more evidence does the RSPCA still need?
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4733237/covid-restrictions-end-free/ Skip doom-mongers and enjoy the end of Covid restrictions