In all seriousness though I think the most frustrating thing from our (the UK) point of view is we were a couple of weeks behind other countries, we could've followed by example pretty nicely and ridden this out possibly alot quicker and alot more controlled. As it is this half arsed "lockdown" was been put in place, the damage to health, industry and the economy is done, possibly more damage then if we just shut down totally and now we're trying to come out the other side when on paper, we arent in that great of a position.
The most infuriating thing is theres no standard set so most places are just setting up their own rules, to try an get timber from my local merchant is like trying to get into fort Knox, my paint supplier is 1 person in store at a time but that's about it. Nobody really knows what's right or wrong, but it's alright now though because Boris has said your allowed out for a shag. Our government just dont seem to be addressing the key points on how to begin to open your business/shop back up, seems like a plastic screen and a bottle of sanitizer by the door is the token gesture needed.
It'll be interesting to see what happens to the infection numbers in a week or so time after the countries recent protests and mass gatherings, if nothing really changes number wise I can see alot of people just going back to as normal as possible.