From July 6, people shielding in England will be able to meet with up to six others outside their home as long as they maintain social distancing.
WATCH: “Frankly, I don’t know what Gavin Williamson has been doing for the last three months”, says Reeves
“The Government should have been working with libraries, community centres, with leisure centres to open them potentially.”
“It means nothing if your boss sends you an email saying you have to do it. You do it because you want to do it.”
“This week we will announce further details of the measures that we can take to relieve some of the national lockdown measures at the start of July”.
“But we also need to see greater use of facemasks” and “let’s get testing and tracing up and running”, says the Shadow Health Secretary.
WATCH: Hancock – Apple has “in the past also been intransigent in the face of perfectly reasonable requests”
The Health Secretary criticises the tech giant for not cooperating with “democratically elected governments”.
WATCH: Williamson wants every child back at school in September. But is that for five days a week as previously?
He also says the national curriculum already covers “the issue of the British Empire” and that people “should be incredibly proud of our history.”
“We discovered a technical barrier that every other country building their own app is also hitting.”
Elsewhere, it emerges that the NHS Covid-19 contact-tracing app may be delayed until the winter,
ConservativeHome’s proprietor explains that his focus isn’t on trophy hunting per se – but rather on the raising of lions for killing.
“Last week I asked him whether he would say publicly that schools are safe to go back to – he hummed and he hawed.”
WATCH: Johnson hails a life-saving steroid that will help counter the virus, and hints at an end for the two metre rule
“There is genuine cause to celebrate a remarkable British scientific achievement and the benefits it will bring not just in this country but around the world.”
For the first time, a senior Minister appears at one of these events unflanked by at least one scientist.
The ‘idiots’ who attacked statue of Churchill ‘deflect from the central message of Black Lives Matter’ campaign. he says.
“I can very much understand the positive impact [getting rid of it] will have on businesses’ ability to open” he says.