During the pandemic, a movement opposing Covid restrictions has grown increasingly vocal. But who are the protesters and what binds them together? And what becomes of the anti-lockdown movement once restrictions are lifted? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
The British public have shown themselves to be predominantly behind the vaccination campaign. Happy to be vaccinated and extraordinarily tolerant of lockdown and its accompanying rules.
But there has been a vocal – and at times disruptive minority – who have made their antipathy to both vaccines and Covid rules strongly felt.
Who makes up that group? And what brings them and binds them together?
The BBC’s Marianna Spring reports.