As a rule, the Conservatives are unclear about the politics of equality and identity. But there’s at least one Minister who isn’t.
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The country’s leading epidemiologist seems to have abandoned his Coronavirus strategy, according to newspaper reports. But the truth is more complicated.
Rees-Mogg is right to defend the traditions of the House, but with a majority and years until an election there is no need to rush things.
Professor Chris Whitty has refused to downgrade the Covid-19 threat to Level 3 – despite the fact the UK is easing lockdown.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Johnson is starting to feel fed up with Starmer, and accused him of being unpatriotic
They make an odd couple, bound to infuriate each other, but already they have rescued PMQs from the torpor into which it had fallen.
Some of its problems can be fixed. Others won’t be. And one perhaps can’t be: namely, that this Parliament seems to be incapable of saying No.
The priority must be to get rid of the virus – anything to jeopardise that could push travel even further way.
With the NHS apparently out of danger, and daily cases in decline, the fear factor is clearly falling – at least, if one’s measure is how people are behaving.
American liberals have a fervent belief in equality, and will do everything they can for the American people short of spending any time with them.
Nothing is certain in this crisis; not even the possibility of another large outbreak, as Switzerland and Denmark suggest.
For the second month running, our panel’s confidence in Johnson’s handling of Covid-19 falls. Though it’s still at 70 per cent.
The drop roughly parallels the polling fall in confidence among the general public – though a seven out of ten rating is healthy enough.
China 1) Our survey. 85 per cent of Party members support the Government’s Hong Kong passport rights extension plan.
Given the sensitivity of the public to mass immigration, what’s the explanation for our panel’s return above?
We will be re-running the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Chairman’s piece for us above each day this week.
And it makes next to no difference whether or not the question asked is about resignation or dismissal.