Omicron variant: Will the government extend coronavirus powers act?

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Omicron variant: Will the government extend coronavirus powers act?” – below is their description.

Paul Embery: ‘There’s a real possibility with new variants that [Government] will make the case that we need to extend the Coronavirus act and then we’re in a situation where the government has indefinite arbitrary power.’

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