The Government cannot continue to yo-yo between opening and closing society.
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With NHS Test and Trace repeatedly failing to meet targets, confidence in the Government’s tracing strategy is faltering
And with 300,000 users downloading Northern Ireland’s app, it’s unclear to the public why England’s equivalent is taking so long.
Tony Abbott may have the right expertise for the Board of Trade, but his past comments shouldn’t be downplayed
From commenting on a female politician’s “sex appeal” to talking about women doing the ironing, he will not win over a large segment of the electorate.
Taxpayers are going to have to pick up the bill for a pseudoscientific method that’s prejudiced in itself.
The working from home revolution is coming whether we like it or not. Conservatives have little choice but to roll with it.
Employers and employees are voting with their feet on the matter. What is there to do but accept the situation?
Clearly the Government’s model is flawed. But there is no perfect formula for solving this crisis.
The latest data on cases and death rates across the continent.
Cases, which can fluctuate, are often used as the sole measure of a country’s success in fighting Covid-19. But that’s wrong.
Starmer has been scathing about Williamson’s U-turn. But what right does he have to criticise?
“Relight the economy, return to work and reopen schools”. The message from Sunak that the nation needed to hear.
“Now is the time for everyone to rally round and really fire up the economy together”, said the Chancellor. Hear, hear.
The latest developments in contact tracing – and why the Government is not alone in having problems with its system
Singapore, Australia and other countries experienced difficulties; the important thing is learning from these and improving matters.
Over the weekend, the Prime Minister warned that keeping “schools closed a moment longer than is absolutely necessary” is “morally indefensible”.
Our survey. Almost 75 per cent of members predict a Conservative majority at the next General Election.
It marks a slight shift from January this year, in which a bullish 92 per cent expected a Tory majority.
No one can be certain about anything in this crisis, but extreme pessimism around rising cases will not get us anywhere.
Researchers estimated that “a third and half of those reviewing a grant bid would mark it lower if it took a right-wing perspective”