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Jackie Doyle-Price: It’s time to establish a firm future for pharmacies – the unsung heroes of the coronavirus crisis
While GP’s surgeries have closed their doors, 11,500 local pharmacy teams have stayed open, putting their lives at risk and working tirelessly.
Maria Higson: The Coronavirus has already changed the NHS. Now it can be transformed for the better. Here’s how.
Service innovation has suddenly become possible at break-neck speed. We need to shift further the mindset of politicians, professionals, and the public.
Julie Newcombe: Hancock must aid the pandemic’s forgotten victims. The hundreds of autistic people detained in secure units.
Is the sequestering, incarceration and forgetting of these vulnerable children and young adults any better than in Georgian and Victorian times?
Sunder Katwala: Race and age. To older Britons, the pace of progress seems swift. To younger ones, frustratingly slow.
The framing of “facts versus feelings” won’t work for the liberal right on race any better than it has for the liberal left on immigration.
Robert Halfon: The Government was wise to give way to Rashford. Now let him head up the Social Mobility Commission.
Plus: vision from the top for left-behind pupils, a National Education Broadcasting Service, and Alan Turing summer schools.
And the threat to the NHS seems distant enough to experiment with the relaxation of the two metre rule.
Our daily updated guide to key facts and information about the illness drawn from Government sources.
The schools debacle is a consequence not of the personal failings of Williamson, but of the structural flaws of this Government
We have a dominating centre and compliant Ministers. The Education Secretary was given his marching orders, and told to like them or lump them.
Eamonn Butler: More state provision won’t fix social care. It needs partnerships with independent providers.
Investors should create new homes – in an economies-of-scale dozen at a time, and lease a whole care package to local authorities.
James Frayne: We should prepare ourselves to hear horrifying tales of what’s happened in lockdown Britain
Getting the economy moving won’t even begin to give the Government political momentum. It will need to conduct its own Fairness Audit.
In 2016, 38 per cent of voters in Scotland backed Brexit. So why is the Party currently stuck at 23 per cent in the polls for next year’s Holyrood election?
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.
Luke Evans: The shutdown and economic crisis. The longer the first goes on, the more likely the second becomes.
There is an unsolvable and immeasurable balance between lives and livelihoods. So we are going to need consensus across the House.
Any fair-minded observer would think better of him at the end of yesterday’s press conference than he or she may have done at the beginning.