The Covid Inquiry should be treated as severely as the people of this country were treated by the Government during the Great Panic of 2020-21.
All involved should be told to go home and stay there. They should be free to do some daily exercise, but otherwise not permitted to bother us again.
We will lose nothing by this. We all know that their report will say – as I predicted long ago – that ‘we’ did not ‘lock down’ soon enough or hard enough.
It is perfectly obvious that they are not interested in any serious consideration of the possibility that the whole thing was a ghastly mistake, made in a condition of outright panic by people unqualified to run a parish council.
How do we know this? We know it because of the inquiry’s treatment of Professor Carl Heneghan, one of the few courageous and uncrushable scientists who stood out against the national closedown policy at the time.