Tell us what you think about the Government’s coronavirus response

When Boris Johnson was elected as Prime Minister in December last year with a landslide Conservative majority, his biggest challenge was to ‘get Brexit done’ after securing the sought-after mandate to ensure Britain’s departure from the EU. A year later, that challenge has been eclipsed by the coronavirus pandemic, the biggest threat the country has faced in decades.

To date, more than 44,000 people have died after contracting Covid-19 in the UK, the highest number of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Europe. 

The Government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been marked by numerous U-turns, a controversial curfew policy, a lack of cohesion across the union and a struggle to perfect an effective test and trace system, not to mention the Prime Minister himself contracting the virus. Now, the Government has implemented a second national lockdown after the Tier 3 restrictions failed to stem the spread of the virus.

But can the Government really be blamed given the unprecedented circumstances? Should Britons be better at abiding to coronavirus restrictions?  

After more than one year of Boris Johnson’s Government at the helm, we’re asking you to share your opinion on Mr Johnson’s premiership so far. In particular, we want to know how you think this Government has handled the coronavirus pandemic.

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