The Labour leader for some reason declined to test fire the latest ammunition supplied by the former Downing Street adviser.
Posts Tagged: COVID-19
For so many of my constituents, going to the bookies is part of their social life and part of having fun.
Emily Carver: Many scoffed at the claim it will be hard to regain our freedoms. Yet Ministers show no sign of handing them back.
If vaccinating the most vulnerable won’t allow us to get back to life as normal, what will?
Robert Halfon: Covid has exacerbated educational inequalities. Schools need more autonomy to level up outcomes.
They should be held accountable for bettering the academic progress of the most deprived students.
Iain Duncan Smith: Small local charities are the heroes of our time – and we honour them this week at the CSJ Awards
These organisations have shown the very best of localism and the power of the community spirit.
Martyn Evans: How brownfield regeneration in the North can unleash the Government’s levelling-up agenda
Now is the time to build the partnerships and financial support that will enable us to deliver on a vision for our communities.
Asked who is to “blame” for children falling behind, most parents blame “the pandemic” rather than the Government.
Paul Mercer: As a frequent flyer, I’ve seen the issues with the red list for travel – which may even increase Covid transmission
In some cases, officials seem confused around the rules, which one said change virtually every day.
We’ve kept track of his scores since March 2020 – here are the results of our latest poll.
The signs are beginning to emerge that the Biden presidency is taking the Wuhan theory seriously.
Andy Street: Birmingham’s clean air zones will come down unfairly hard on local people. The scheme needs an urgent rethink.
While I support the principle of these zones, a poorly executed plan will bring up the cost of living.
Even though 28 per cent of our panel believe the former Chief Adviser was right, they don’t want Johnson to consider his position.
Bella Wallersteiner: I attended the Freedom March yesterday. I’m no anti-vaxxer, or Covid denier. I just want a return of common sense.
Unless there is a dramatic change to the UK’s Covid situation, restrictions must end, as planned, on June 21.
Chris Green: The narrative for vaccinating children and Covid passports is getting stronger. We need to stop and think.
Vaccine passports could become a Trojan Horse for a domestic pass. MPs must tread very carefully.
Spoiler alert. At the end of the movie, the space ship is saved, though only after an horrifically high number of those on board have died.