Correcting a deficiency could halve the infection rates in vulnerable groups – and more than halve the death rate for those who get infected.
Here are four actions that the Government could take to support communities to restore British species in their local areas.
On a range of issues from trade to defence, Yoshihide Suga knows that he has inherited a valuable partnership. Now is the time to build on it.
In 2014 the rules were almost designed to maximise the independence vote. This time London must take the question much more seriously.
My front-line experience will be invaluable to me if I am elected to serve as Bedfordshire’s next Police and Crime Commissioner.
Emily Carver: Under this Government, the state is rolling forward. But to be Conservative, it must roll it back.
The last few months have shown the public that, if there’s political will, the deficit no longer matters – a dangerous precedent.
Gary Sambrook: The Government is delivering on its promises to reform Britain’s broken immigration system
People were tired of MPs talking tough, and delivering little change. But all that has changed with the Home Secretary’s new measures.
We need a dedicated campaign team, treasurers to build a fighting fund, a mechanism for MPs to feed in ideas – and a Northern Party Board.
Mark Lehain: “The Government stands unequivocally against critical race theory.” The significance of Badenoch’s speech this week.
The Campaign for Common Sense has four simple, low-effort, suggestions as to how schools can be helped to get back on track.
Raghib Ali: The Government needs a Plan B for Covid-19, lives and livelihoods. Here’s how one would work.
It is based on the Swedish approach – but with much better protection of the vulnerable, especially in care homes.
Toby Williams: Lockdown has presented huge challenges for the children of alcoholics. Here’s how we can help.
It’s already hard enough to be in this situation, without the avenues for respite being taken away too. Conservatives must do more.
Matt Smith: An unenforceable travel ban. No NHS transmission data. 30,000 lost jobs. But where is the media scrutiny of Labour in Wales?
Welsh ministers get soft-soaped while UK Government ministers face the full rigors of the national media
Lucy Winkett: Churches have played a vital role throughout Covid. But their buildings are increasingly under threat.
Often hundreds of years old, they contend with crumbling roofs, deteriorating halls, and other inadequate facilities. These spaces desperately need funding.
There is no reason why it cannot be as intrinsically patriotic, rigorous and questioning as other historical disciplines.
Emma Revell: The triple-lock for state pensions is not a priority right now. Guaranteeing young people’s futures is.
They’re facing mass unemployment and freezes on their wages. The Government must do its utmost to change the situation.