'Plan B' Will Cost UK £18 Billion and Still WON'T Save Christmas Say Experts


Boris Johnson has been warned that any move to re-impose COVID restrictions would last until at least March 2022 and would cost the economy up to £18 billion pounds.


Public health technocrats, leftists and the media have been fear-mongering about rising case numbers over the last week in an effort to pressure the government into putting measures, including mask mandates and ‘work from home’ orders, back into place.


Now, a report compiled by the Cabinet Office’s COVID-19 task force and the Treasury warns the British Prime Minister that any ‘Plan B’ to bring back measures would last until at least March 2022.


An internal Treasury impact assessment seen by Playbook warned that 'moving to Plan B would cost the economy between £11 billion and £18 billion in the period up until March 2022 — or more than £800 million per week'. The document warns the main hit will be on businesses as millions of people go back to working from home.


The analysis also found that introducing vaccine passports would only cut transmission of the virus by 1-5 per cent but would cost businesses in the events sector between £1.4 billion and £2.3 billion and that 'officials are unable to advise ministers how beneficial (Plan B) would be in terms of preventing the spread of the virus,' meaning it would be negligible but come at great cost to the economy and jobs.


However, economic experts have restated that any restrictions, including a firebreak lockdown, will not save Christmas and that the plan to disrupt the country over the holiday period is now 'set in stone' by SAGE. 'Saving Christmas' is the excuse used for more booster jabs and greater restrictions but, as we know from last year, no amount of penance will appease the Covid-cult leaders.