Renewing the Coronavirus Act again would suggest that the Government has lost confidence in its vaccination programme.
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Let’s look at how to reduce the need to put people in care homes. Not just who should pick up the bill.
“Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” Here is my five point plan.
It seems to be primarily about incentivising people to get jabbed – but ministers can’t say so, and the result is unconvincing bluster.
Andrew RT Davies: Voters deserve a full, separate inquiry into the Welsh Government’s handling of Covid-19
Mark Drakeford and his ministers are never slow to demand more powers, but seem much less keen on proper accountability.
He says that that while he will continue to wear a mask in certain situations, he agrees responsibility needs to be handed back to people.
There comes a point where lockdown is only delaying an inevitable exit wave, not preventing it. This is the right time for ‘step four’.
‘If I was asked to wear a mask when catching the tram in Wolverhampton and those were the rules, I would certainly wear a mask.’
But with the Prime Minister digging in on testing and isolating in schools, can we be sure this will actually happen?
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?
Philip Davies: If freedom is curtailed, there should be proof it’s necessary. Where’s the evidence for state-enforced mask-wearing?
The studies that Public Health England cited offered limited evidence of their effectiveness outside clinical settings.
Zahawi adds: “Are infection rates too high for us to proceed? I don’t know the answer yet. But I hope we will know it on June 14th.”
WATCH: Cummings – Hancock ‘should have been fired for at least 15, 20 things, including lying to everybody’
MPs then ask him whether or not members of the Government should be worried about ‘corporate manslaughter charges’.
From hospitals to town centre clinical hubs, new infrastructure will show voters that the Government is serious.
Businesses and producers should not be punished as a result of a hasty and ill-thought-out campaign to tackle childhood obesity.
The Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee says relaxing travel rules, “at a time when we’ve got so many new variants”, would be unwise.