As the rule of six comes into force, some sectors of the media are already calling for it to be abolished.
In the 1910, the ready-made blouse market was booming and Leicester’s knit giants tried their hand at manufacturing easy to launder, practical blouses.
Much of the focus - and the blame - for the lockdown has been placed on the city’s immigrant and ethnic minority population.
Cramped living conditions, a lack of social distancing and informal businesses staying open during lockdown may have come together to drive up the city’s infection rate.
Second waves of coronavirus cases are far more likely to be driven by poverty and economic necessity.
Local lockdowns in Italy and Germany have led to civil unrest. Could the same happen in the UK?