The last week of term is scarcely critical. Is he trying to avoid letting Greenwich set a precedent – or just squaring off with the unions?
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Five reasons why Hancock’s announcement of tougher restrictions yesterday met less resistance than might have been expected.
Our subject on how much time a Bill would be given now, how much time it might get – and whether it could be effected retrospectively.
WATCH: Hancock announces that more of England will go into Tier Three. We will know later this week if any of it moves out.
London goes into the toughest tier, as do parts of Essex and Hertfordshire, which are split for that purpose.
Community pharmacy is not just a key part of primary care. But also helps to stop people from getting ill in the first place.
It’s no wonder John Swinney felt compelled to cancel Scottish Higher and Advanced Higher exams given the current state of play.
We face a perfect storm of obesity, diabetes, dementia, and an epidemic of cardio-respiratory disease in our most economically vulnerable communities
Laurence Robertson: The gambling review is essential. But MPs must be wary of the law of unintended consequences.
Well intentioned measures can end up unfairly penalising the vast majority of the 30 million people in this country who enjoy a harmless bet.
Through partnership working, we can be more agile in meeting the infrastructure needs of the regions we represent.
Alberto Costa: There are too many barriers to Britishness. Post-Brexit, it’s time for a more welcoming citizenship policy.
A positive agenda would encourage those whom we are now seeking to attract to take that extra step.
The lesson of the last year is poorer communities are much more vulnerable to the next virus or health emergency.
The jab was administered to her by Matron May Parsons, as the UK begins biggest vaccination programme in NHS history.
Simon Baynes: Coronavirus has been devastating for people with dementia. National governments must do more to help.
I would urge them to work with clinical commissioning groups, local health boards and others to help the vulnerable recover.
Although they’re designed to remind people of the dates they got their jabs, it’s been hinted that they could be used in a similar way to the Test and Trace app.
Richard Holden: This first Johnson year demanded tough short-term decisions. The coming second will demand tough long-term ones.
The towns of the North East, left behind for generations by Labour, will need to see their Conservative MPs forging a durable path to a future.