ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’ got here underneath hearth from viewers after it controversially requested whether or not Brits ought to obtain a monetary reward for turning their coronavirus rule-breaking neighbours in to the police.
“Ought to individuals be rewarded for snitching on their neighbours who break lockdown guidelines?”requested presenter Kate Garraway throughout Friday’s present. Acknowledging that the UK is in “such a critical scenario,” Garraway added, “However ought to we incentivise individuals by giving them cash?”
Viewers argued it was a “revolting proposition” and in contrast it to Nazi Germany and the East German Stasi’s practices, with one Brit arguing that those that do snitch to the federal government “needs to be shunned by the communities through which they dwell.”
No. And why are you even asking this query. That is getting sicker by the day
— Superhip83 (@superhip83) January 8, 2021
No and it’s a shame you might be discussing this!
— Scott Buller (@scottbuller) January 8, 2021
A number of viewers additionally pointed out that one of many hosts of ‘Good Morning Britain’, Piers Morgan, has come underneath hearth lately for reportedly fleeing a strict UK lockdown to go on vacation to the Caribbean.
In September, UK Crime and Policing Minister Equipment Malthouse inspired Brits to report neighbours who had been participating in conferences of greater than six individuals, and in April – on the very begin of the Covid-19 pandemic – police revealed that just about 200,000 calls had already been made reporting coronavirus rule breakers.
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