The Chancellor has ruled out extending furlough. Perhaps German and French schemes will provide his next source of inspiration.
Posts Tagged: France
The Government’s approach has been modelled on the country, even though its cases have continued to rise.
Channel crossings are undermining the Government’s narrative about ‘taking back control’ of immigration
The Home Office are clearly trying to counter the drip-feed of toxic stories, but the ultimate solution is not in their hands.
Taxpayers are going to have to pick up the bill for a pseudoscientific method that’s prejudiced in itself.
Modest consolidation over decades is one thing; large increases over a Parliament would be quite another.
To do so would mean more than staying in step with Trump. For no US administration could accept being bound into a UN system without a veto.
The latest data on cases and death rates across the continent.
Tony Smith: Expanding the UK’s refugee resettlement scheme is one way we can improve our border security
The Western World has consistently reduced its contribution to these schemes with people making increasingly dangerous journeys.
Matt Kilcoyne: Anti-democratic China is testing the West’s resolve, and it’s CANZUK that has risen to the occasion
Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom joined the USA in condemning moves to shut down free and fair elections in Hong Kong.
Local lockdowns are dispiriting – but there are reasons to be hopeful about the battle against Coronavirus
The detection of spikes is, paradoxically, a consequence of the country’s improved testing regime.
Even putting aside the EU dimension, there are very good arguments for having one in place.
The Government’s speedy response to Spain reflects what happened in the initial stages of the Coronavirus outbreak
As of July 26, anyone who arrives in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland from Spain has needed to self-isolate for 14 days.
David Morris: Asbestos continues to be a danger in workplaces – and it’s teachers who are at increased risk
They are five times more likely than average to develop mesothelioma, the disease most closely linked to inhalation of this deadly substance.
Bernard Jenkin: The Government should not allow China a role in our nuclear industry without new safeguards
We need a special regime: a UK plc with a government-owned ‘golden share’, giving the Government special powers.
Rainer Zitelmann: Wealth taxes would be neither popular nor Conservative. Sunak must remember this tomorrow.
Contrary to what members of the Labour Party say, the evidence demonstrates that the public desire for high taxes on the rich is low.