Tensions – political, economic and otherwise – have been exacerbated in the eurozone, as it tries to navigate this pandemic.
Posts Tagged: coronavirus
John Redwood: Medical needs will always come first. But the UK must plan its Coronavirus exit strategy too.
While stopping the spread of the pandemic is the Government’s number one priority, steps need to be put in place to support a returning workforce.
I have always prided myself on being business friendly, and have always gone out of my way to support, promote, and grow our tourism sector. But these are not normal times.
Our daily updated guide to key facts and information about the illness drawn from Government sources.
WATCH: Sharma – Banks must not refuse funds to good businesses. Today’s Government press conference.
Both he and the Medical Director of Public Health England confirm that the lockdown will be reviewed after Easter.
It is a supreme irony that the EU has effectively ended free movement, while the UK continues to embrace it
Luke Evans: Communicate, organise, problem-solve. My three principles for local action to help combat the virus.
My casework system has seen 400 plus new emails from residents and businesses entered onto it, for the most part each of which represents a new case.
Theresa Villiers: Some close to government would accept the total liberalisation of trade in agriculture. Here’s why they’re wrong.
We should make tariff reductions conditional on meeting standards of food safety, animal welfare and environmental protection which are as good as our own.
Coronavirus: some councils are doing better than others. And where are the Police and Crime Commissioners?
They should be ensuring that the police do not behave in a way that alienates people. Plus – the imperative to free up NHS beds.
WATCH: “This weekend, the first thousands of new ventilator devices will roll off the production line”, says Gove.
“We must also increase the capacity to provide oxygen to those worse affected by the disease.”
Time is running out for the Government to rescue those in the sector, with companies losing millions of pounds each week.
After the Conservative success in last year’s general election, it seemed telecanvassing was on hold for the time being. But it could be useful over the coming months.
Very few businesses could survive a lockdown of the type we’re currently in for six months. A sustained one will have to be more focused.
The last word must lie with the voters, and their current answer, according to the polls, is: very well indeed.
Plus: Why China’s relationship with the rest of the world could change “for the better or worse after this”.