Poppy, witty and experimental, the Isle of Wight indie rock quartet are far more interesting than a cursory listen suggests
Countless islands make up the United Kingdom, and the Isle of Wight might be the most misunderstood of them all.
Isle of Wight's MP Bob Seely was the only person the Mail on Sunday could find who knew someone to be alerted by the track and trace app being trialled on the island, but there are fears over its safety.
Naomi Haynes, 24, says her daughter Evie, five, is traumatised after Jennifer Ashley May-Cunningham, 33, offered her a cup of tea in a playground before locking the little girl in her flat on the Isle of Wight.
Reactions on Covid-19 contact-tracing app range from wanting to help to worries over digital knowledge
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It has been billed as key to getting Britain back on its feet to help navigate a future way of life post-lockdown.
The NHS is rolling out its coronavirus app today for testing across the Isle of Wight - but critics have questioned why the NHS has chosen to collect the data of millions of people in one central system.
MATT Hancock has called on people from the Isle of Wight to download a new app to track and trace coronavirus in a pilot test. The Health Secretary confirmed that the NHS app, which launches today, has been created to track people with the bug and monitor contact with others.