“He would have stayed in the European Medicines Agency”, the Prime Minister says of the Labour leader.
“We must accept that we cannot persist indefinitely with restrictions that have separated families and loved ones for too long.”
“We now aim to offer a first dose…to every adult by the end of July. At every stage, our decisions will be led by data, not dates.”
WATCH: “People can make up their own view about whether I should have told my team to stop buying PPE”, Hancock tells Marr.
“It was the right thing to do”, argues the Health Secretary.
“And you’ve got to have mass testing that works” in schools, says the Shadow Justice Secretary.
“There’s a lot to be angry about,” claims the former Shadow Chancellor.
WATCH: Hague – After restrictions are lifted, “there has to be a deal” between the Government and citizens for testing measures
“We have to be ready for really rapid ruthless local lockdowns” and test and trace.
WATCH: Covid contracts are “a real cause for concern”, but I don’t want the Health Secretary to resign, says Starmer
Calling for this resignation is not what the public want to see, claims the Labour Party leader.
WATCH: Hancock – There isn’t “strong evidence that teachers are more likely to catch Covid than any other group”
“But I’ll leave it for the JCVI to set out what they think is the best order in which to do this”, says the Health Secretary.
“Although it’s extremely entertaining to talk about the faction fighting it’s his reponsibility to decide the strategy for preserving the union.”
The First Minister of Wales claims that ministers have done “the least they can get away with rather than the most that is needed”.
WATCH: ‘A lot of reason to be optimistic we’ll be in a much better place in two-to-four weeks’ time’, says Professor
“Three weeks after a first vaccine there’s 67% protection”, adds Tim Spector as he talks up the prospect of gradually easing restrictions.
Professor John Watson, part of the organisation’s Wuhan investigation team, tells Marr that it is not the most likely possibility but “it is not ruled out”.
Foreign Secretary says Government will ‘review all the evidence’ before deciding to open them all at once or adopt a phased approach.
WATCH: Johnson – “We’re going to have to get used to the idea of vaccinating and then re-vaccinating”
The Prime Minister talks about UK’s plans as it faces new variants of Coronavirus.