Ministers have been accused of paying over the odds for personal protective equipment (PPE) after rejecting an offer from a British business to supply surgical gowns to deal directly with its Chinese supplier instead. The start-up’s three employees spent a week and about £10,000 sourcing the items, including paying distributors in China to translate specifications to […]
In 2005, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) approved a genetically modified variety of potato bred by the German company BASF. The European Commission decided not to decide. So BASF went to court and won. The commission launched another evaluation. The EFSA...
The government is likely to gradually introduce regional variation in England’s lockdown measures, an analysis of coronavirus case numbers and the UK’s recently published exit strategy suggests. New data shows the incidence of the disease varies widely across the...
The Government has admitted it will take almost a month for all care home staff and residents to be tested for Covid-19, as Age UK’s director accuses ministers of “too little, too late”. On Monday the Government released its blueprint regarding its plans to ease the...
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