And if the Chief Medical Officer says that the situation is rapidly becoming much worse, and that urgent action is needed, who am I to argue?
“Our teams are looking at this….as we’re learning more about the virus, as we’re looking more at how we can manage and live with it.”
Vaughan Gething says that the bar on the selling of non-essential items will not be scrapped tomorrow.
Rob Stark meets a bloody end in Game of Thrones. But he won every battle he fought first – and the Greater Manchester Mayor is following his example.
By contrast, he says that he would call the police to report a neighbour who wasn’t self-isolating.
He repeatedly insists that “this isn’t the choice”, and says the Government shouldn’t be proposing to break international law.
We could give in to the leftist, isolationist Little England vision of a reclusive UK. Alternatively, we could make Global Britain a reality.
He says that Britain has raised these issues at the UN with 27 partners to “call out the Government of China”.
“For us whether it will be the Conservative Party or Labour Party at the head of this country we will try to establish better relations.”
Marr puts to him the country’s own local government figures which show the Uighur population falling by 83 per cent.
“When the Salisbury attack happened…we should not have equivocated or prevaricated. We should not have called for consensus.”
“I never had his approval ratings…I think he’s made a great start…I think he’s made a great start.”
“You can’t have one law for Downing Street and another law for everybody else,” he says.
“I hope that people will also bear with us…What I would say is that more people are calling 111 than before. That’s to be expected.”
The candidate for Labour’s leadership says that he wants to defend “the three pillars of Corbynism”.