Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters
Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters
Kris Gledhill
Opinion

Opinion

Kris Gledhill

Could Britain be sued for reopening and exposing the world to new coronavirus variants?

  • The UK government has lifted most of the remaining coronavirus restrictions, prompting many to celebrate
  • Experts warn premature reopening creates ‘fertile ground for the emergence of vaccine-resistant variants’

Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters
Revellers in London headed to nightclubs to celebrate the lifting of restrictions on “freedom day’” Photo: Reuters
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Kris Gledhill

Kris Gledhill

Kris Gledhill is a professor of Law at Auckland University of Technology.