Hefty Fines for restriction breakers, cash goes to NHS.

Fine restriction breakers heavily to act as a greater deterrent and use all money gained to help in the NHS fight against Covid 19 to ensure public support.

Why the contribution is important

Having hefty fines for the selfish idiots who ignore the restrictions would keep us all safer and the money gained going to the NHS fight against Covid 19 would win the support of the general public.
If this is not done then this selfish lot will only get worse and more numerous as time passes.

by Govanite on May 08, 2020 at 11:13PM

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  • Posted by Islander64 May 09, 2020 at 08:38

    What a good idea!...People who break restrictions are endangering our NHS, it seems fair that money raised from fines should go to directly support them.
  • Posted by ArtSam May 10, 2020 at 10:07

    Absolutely 100% we need more control. I want to feel safe when I go out for my daily exercise which sometimes I don’t as unfortunately “some people” do not want to social distance. I’m not judging them, this is me highlighting my own experiences, which have actually made me turn around and walk back to my home rather than take my exercise.
    Worse is when I go to do my weekly essential food shopping, each week I find this more and more stressful as no matter how I “socially distance” & take great care some others choose not to.

    Therefore before we relax lockdown restrictions please consider how unsafe it is when right now some people choose to break social distancing in many ways putting us all at risk. We need a pan of controlling this & maintaining it as it’s human nature for people to fall in to habits of freedom in their behaviours after all many of us have never lived through anything like this.
    I would also like to see our police protected by PPE when they’re having to deal with people up close, our police deserve proper protection when trying to keep all of us safe.

    Risk assessment & Plan for how the streets, parks, open spaces, border, hills, mountains, rural communities, Islands, businesses, public transport, airports will all be monitored every day until we come through to therapeutics and vaccines are required.
  • Posted by Moore21 May 10, 2020 at 13:05

    Absolutely agree with increasing the fines for those not adhering to the lockdown rules. A warning and/or £30 fine is not enough to enforce compliance.
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