Something that's puzzled me for a while. The new tiers aka 'Here's something I made up earlier' specifies that tier 2 pubs that are predominately restaurants may open but all others must shut. Not very logical but hey ho.People batting on about visiting their relatives...but perfectly OK to mix in supermarkets and other retail places with thousands of strangers. My Mum and Dad are 78 and 84 respectively both know they haven't got long to go and are extremely fed up with spending their final amount of time locked up. They know the risks, they also realise that they have had a good life and accept that they could die of anything from flu to cardiac arrest at any moment.
However it's not until tier 3 that cinemas and bowling alleys must close.
So tier 2 you can't go to a pub for a couple of pints, too risky, but you can go to a bowling alley and prop up the bar there until closing time. Makes perfect sense to someone nu?