British Govertment Minster worries that the Rule of Six looks like a ban on Christmas
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has denied that the “rule of six” coronavirus measures would effectively cancel Christmas . The new restrictions – banning gatherings of more than six people indoors and outdoors – came into force on Monday. It is intended to simplify and strengthen the rules on social
Speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the Cabinet minister said: “Archbishop Justin (Welby) makes an important contribution to this debate and he is right to point to the huge spiritual and social significance of Christmas.
I don’t think any of us in Government want to be Oliver Cromwell-esque about this – we want to see families celebrate Christmas in a safe and happy way
Serious implications of the new rule of 6 imposed by the government in the UK and the effects having an all aspects in the U.K life and now beginning to Dawn and got all of us and the government having to defend its position of its effects on all aspects of our lives and it’s beginning to see more and more uncomfortable doing so not wishing to appear in there own words Oliver Cromwell-esque when the Puritan Lord Protector of England banned Christmas by Act of Parliament in 1644 that lasted for nearly two decades until the restoration of the Monarchy in 1660