In April 2020, we wrote: ‘Lockdown is going to bankrupt all of us and our descendants and is unlikely at this point to slow or halt viral circulation.’

So it proved. Covid restrictions have left Britain with a £400 billion bill and the highest tax burden since the war.

What the Lockdown Files show most vividly is that anyone who dared to question the long, hard restrictions favoured by Hancock and other officials found themselves vilified.

We were treated as dangerous subversives, accused of spreading ‘misinformation’.

Source: We warned lockdown would bankrupt us, writes PROFESSOR CARL HENEGHAN and DR TOM JEFFERSON  | Daily Mail Online

I just saw some data suggesting we are potentially heading into something more like an economic depression than a recession as our money supply is now in contraction phase. It blew up by gigantic proportions as the government sought to prop up failed policies of public health. We are in a huge mess now.

Coldstreams Skeptic