The awards are understandably concentrated on the fight against Covid-19, but Oliver Lewis and Earl Howe are also recognised.
Posts Tagged: Kate Bingham
There are vaccine shortages worldwide. Is it really more important to inoculate children here than adults abroad?
Unions have called for children to be vaccinated – but they may be up against an even noisier group: parents.
Johnson and the railways. Is he ready for pay as you go – and the end of the season ticket? And are passengers?
He plans to bring in a Fat Controller – as he seeks to balance the public interest with private sector freedom. This is the second piece in our rail mini-series.
A year of Starmer. Why are his ratings going downhill? Lack of authenticity, inconsistency and missed opportunities.
Strangely, one of the few things that now unites voters across the Left and Right is a feeling he won’t win an election.
Young people and vaccines. Forget pub passports or footballers. Information is the greatest nudge there is.
The Government needs to engage and address people’s concerns. They will do the right thing with the right information.
Furthermore, critics of the programme are alarmed by the rising costs. But will they ever acknowledge that ‘lockdown sceptics’ warned about these?
The second piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.
Will Tanner: Covid and vaccines. Imagine what would have happened if we’d junked intervention – and opted instead for laissez faire.
The first piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.
Gimson, Gimson, Gimson…and Gimson. My Coronavirus experience, fifty calls from test and trace. And what I learnt.
Our vaccine success is only likely to be reproduced if ministers concentrate on seeking out the best, not the cheapest, people in any given field.
David Gauke: The UK, the EU, vaccines – and future relations. Here, jingoistic politicians. There, Trumpian ones. Bodes badly.
The EU’s triggering of Article 16 is premature, provocative and sets a precedent that will be cited by those unwilling to accept the consequences of the Protocol.
She and her team have been one of the most important assets in the UK’s battle with Coronavirus.
The Government must publish regular reports on the cost of the virus, restrictions, and this coming lockdown to lives and livelihoods
Our latest survey finds that nine in ten Party members support such a move – a total that this latest news is unlikely to have reduced.