Coronavirus thrives in poorly regulated offices and factories, but the Tories choose to focus on individual rule-breakers
If you believe that British justice is blind to wealth and power, consider these facts. Around 45,000 people have been fined for breaking Covid-19 rules, with many facing prosecution for failing to pay up. In London alone, hundreds have been dragged through the courts, often behind closed doors. Yet not a single British employer has been prosecuted for violating rules that exist to save lives, and protect the NHS from the tsunami overwhelming it.