I think you have misinterpreted my post. It is very specifically aimed at people wise after the event.Many people were commenting on suggestions before COVID or in the early stages actually. Read back.
People aren't looking at near 50,000 death toll and now saying the government did the wrong actions. Users of this forum for example were calling for action when the death toll was <250.
You're also ignoring the context of WHY the government are in such a difficult situation (slow inconsistent decision making despite precedents set by Italy and China on what could potentially and ended did happen).
Business leaders have a right to voice concerns.The government is getting criticised from all sides. Most of the general public are saying the government has done a bad job, lockdown came too late and not strong enough etc. I've just read a poll on one of the other threads saying 80% of business leaders think the government has handled this badly. I bet their reasons for this opinion are completely different though, they would likely argue that lockdown was too stringent. Basically now is not the time to be in charge of the country during a crisis like this, it's a no win situation. If a general election was held tomorrow, Labour would win easily. However, I suspect Keir Starmer would privately admit to not wanting the job right now!