While the Labour-controlled Kirklees Council in Yorkshire colluded with Matt Hancock to delay informing locals for up to 10 days, of the mass outbreak in a meat-packing plant owned by Asda, the Plaid Cymru-led Anglesey Council acted quickly to postpone school reopening on the 29th June, after 61 workers tested positive in the 2 Sisters plant.

The decision came immediately after Public Health Wales statistics showed a growing number of positive cases of Covid-19 on Anglesey, in recent days.

These two cases seem to suggest a willingness in Labour politicians at all levels, to be tending toward going even beyond Tory-led strategies for restarting the economy. As early as the 7th May Keir Starmer told the FT: ‘I fear they are going to be slow on an exit strategy.