It didn’t take Sir Keir Starmer long to flex his muscles as leader of the Labour Party.

In what was a distasteful attack on the Prime Minister, worthy more of a back street barrow boy than a knight of the realm, he blatantly accused Boris Johnson of giving misleading figures on Covid-19 cases.

March 3 was very early days and there was not much analysis to go on, so figures were always going to be inaccurate.

In what are unprecedented times, one would have thought a little more restraint and respect for the situation would be the order of the day.

There will be plenty of time in the future for the blame game, but at the moment there should be cross-party unification to beat this unknown phenomena.

It is supposed to be a ‘United’ Kingdom, in reality it is anything but, with all member states applying different strategies on lockdown exits.

I believe that the British people must get back to full work soon, or, in many cases, there will be nothing to go back to.

We need to get back to work for financial reasons, for morale, but most of all, for our sanity.