When so many are cynical about politicians, it was brilliant to see Conservative colleagues committing the Government to decisive action.
Posts Tagged: AIDS
The proposals published today to make England the first country to end new cases of HIV fit within a Tory tradition of pragmatic health policy.
Elliot Colburn: The nationwide roll out of this HIV prevention drug is a life-changing government policy
Gay and bisexual men arguably have most to gain but so do Black Africans, women and trans people.
Bernard Jenkin: The threat of the virus to the NHS hasn’t gone away. How it could overwhelm hospitals – and intensive care.
The aim is to keep the service open for as much normal business as possible, but there would be no possibility of achieving this in the scenario above.
James Cullimore: To halt the perilous trend of diseases like the Covid-19, we will need to heal our relationship with nature
The UK has an opportunity to play a leading role in shaping a new global agreement which reinvigorates conservation efforts.
Keelan Carr: That sinking feeling. The ups, stresses and downs of writing speeches for a Prime Minister.
When the brief is, for example, a speech to commemorate Armistice Day or World AIDS Day, the challenge is even more intense.
A new book about Holocaust and climate change denial also casts light on the American President.
Nick Herbert: The question isn’t whether aid works. It does. The question is how it can work better.
The challenge for aid donors and recipients alike is to work together to improve its efficiency and effectiveness.