The Government’s tendency to take more responsibility, rather than devolving it to local networks, is at the root of many of the scheme’s problems.
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Ryan Bourne: It’s time to admit that Eat Out to Help Out was a mistake – because it boosted the resurgence of the virus
It was “the most commonly reported activity in the two to seven days prior to symptom onset” for infected individuals in the contact tracing system.
Simone Finn: Civil Service reform. Gove and Case will drive forward the legacy of Heywood and Maude – who’s back to help out
The best ideas for reform won’t come from government alone. That’s why I’ve joined the Commission for Smart Government which was launched last month.
Bella Wallersteiner: A “Work Out to Help Out” scheme could boost the nation’s health and save our struggling gyms
There should be a financial inducement to encourage people to support local fitness centres.
Luckily, Hancock has recognised the need for change, which has been made more urgent by the Coronavirus.
While we want to honour our healthcare system and its workers, we must be open to exploring how we can improve it too.
Guy Mansfield: Overt digital surveillance can be justified in a crisis. But it must be time-limited.
Contact tracing will help the Government to take control of Covid-19. It must ensure the system does not continue indefinitely, however.