Caught a slim slice of Andy De Wint at lunch time on Thursday and a contributor going on about his daughters mad dash from Switzerland to the island. His main concern was the cost of the cabin on the boat, I think it was £70 one way. Plus the £180 pound for the car and passenger. He also went to pains to point out she was able to visit the island under compassionate grounds. She would be retuning to Switzerland at the end of the week. It turns out he and his wife seem to be whilst aged were not at deaths door or close to it. It just looks like oh I have a couple of weeks off I'll nip over to the island for a week. Now after seeing local people unable to go to close relatives funerals, and people who have not seen there parents in weeks or months. How is this allowed under compassionate grounds. Who is making these decisions, am I missing something. Surprise Surprise the Daughter pops up on Fridays Mannin line stating she did no wrong and proceeded to fill us in on travel itinerary. Left Zurich and drove down to Zeebrugge with her four legged friend had a test (I assume it was clear as this was not stated) Boarded ferry across to Hull. From Hull proceeded up to Hersham, And then ferry to island. Stayed in isolation in apartment and Exercised in garden with my dog and then to my parents house. Now did not know how long she has been on the island but it seam's she will be returning to Switzerland on Sunday. Just a couple of things, she did not once state how long isolation was, and no mention of test swabs on the Island. I still do not understand why we are allowing people to come to the island under lock down, and if we find these unknown cases are being driven by people visiting I suppose it will be nobody's fault.