He tells us about his views on Hong Kong, and how he balances his “absolute” loyalty to both the church and Government over re-openings for worship.
Posts Tagged: Boris Johnson
Stephen Booth: Contrary to expectations, the UK may have the upper hand as Brexit negotiations intensify
With its objective being British sovereignty, Johnson’s government can justify economic disruption better than the EU.
Andrea Leadsom: By enhancing mental health support in the early years, we can change our society for the better
My own return to the backbenches has allowed me to focus on this vital area for the Government.
Its bishops’ latest attack on Cummings will do nothing to enamour the electorate.
“We know that the transmission of the virus is lower outdoors and that it is easier to follow Covid-secure guidelines in open spaces.”
Gender diversity is not arbitrary identity politics; it matters for decision-making, particularly in the fight against the disease.
Iain Dale: When black women Labour MPs are wrong, white middle aged men should be free to call them out
Plus: Sturgeon’s failures as a leader and her successes as a communicator. And: the lobby has a reshuffle.
The Parliamentary Commissioner found he had misused his parliamentary privilege, and the Standards Committee accepted the report.
The Government is under pressure to tell the public to wear face masks. But if there’s not enough evidence, why?
“[Johnson is] giving directions as and when required…. The whole team is focused on delivering those instructions.”
It’s not obvious that we need mass antigen tests. And it’s not clear that Johnson’s policy has failed – far from it.
The Government’s record isn’t perfect. But some of the attacks on Ministers and hysterical and unfair.
Plus: Why China’s relationship with the rest of the world could change “for the better or worse after this”.
Scandinavia contains the biggest differences in how the Coronavirus is being tackled, with Sweden and its neighbours taking very different approaches.
“I’m proud of the economic agenda we put forward”.
WATCH: Sunak declares that “we will do whatever it takes.” The Government’s Coronavirus press conference.
“We must act like any war time government, and do whatever it takes to support our economy.”