Failing to implement – or even entertain the notion of – change helps no-one, aside from perhaps a handful who use the health service for cheap populism.
Posts Tagged: Belgium
Garvan Walshe: We can be sure that those who have been vaccinated won’t die of Covid. So the case for lockdowns is vanishing fast.
It’s one thing to endure them to prevent people dying, and for a relatively short period of time; quite another because we might return to this situation.
Mattie Heaven: Iran’s government is a terrorist regime. British Ministers must face this truth – and act on it.
Maintaining the current diplomatic relations would be a devastating mistake – potentially with fatal consequences.
Kristian Niemietz: What difference does the size of the state make to how is deals with Covid? None.
If it were the critical factor, Belgium should have been superbly prepared for the pandemic. Alas, it was not.
The fourth of a series of pieces from Policy Exchange looking at specific issues that arise from the Brexit trade deal.
Garvan Walshe: Gloomy Sturgeon projects competence. The Government doesn’t – and the Union may be the price it pays.
The Scottish leader has always tried to temper expectations about the country’s fight with Covid. This could pay off in an independence referendum.
Robert Halfon: This time round, let’s keep the schools open – and not risk an epidemic of education poverty
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?
Iain Dale: Stop this utter selfishness and pathetic whinging about not having a normal Christmas to look forward to
Plus: After the kidnapping of this Christian girl, we should cut off aid to Pakistan. And: Muslims must face up the fact that terror is claimed in their name.
Stephen Booth: The Brexit trade talks, the romance and realities of fishing, and its crucial importance for Scotland
Macron has been steadfast in his belief that the EU should stand firm on access to UK waters. He may be forced to compromise, however.
It is one example of a policy which sounds sensible in theory, but is having some adverse practical effects.
The Coronavirus coverup, assaults on democracy and the appalling genocide of the Uyghur Muslims mean that the world must distance itself from the CCP.
Raghib Ali: Covid-19. The pluses and minuses of the Government’s new plan – and why there should be no more lockdowns.
The Government’s cost-benefit analysis showed that the impacts of the lockdown were greater than those of the direct Covid-19 deaths.
The Government’s approach has been modelled on the country, even though its cases have continued to rise.
Modest consolidation over decades is one thing; large increases over a Parliament would be quite another.
The Cabinet Office’s Review will ask complex questions about its purpose. But a straightforward one may be the place to start.