Last week, I posted on Facebook my suggestion for lifting the lockdown. “If I was in charge, I’d let teenagers out on May Day – a Friday – so they could have a lovely weekend when the streets belong to them, meeting up in parks and on beaches. The following Monday, all places of education […]
Public Health England’s approach to coronavirus has been “totally negligent”, according to a leading specialist, who also suggests the agency wasted resources by helping overseas. Dr John Ashton, the former director of public health in the North...
Britain’s railways will be effectively nationalised under radical new plans being considered by the Government to combat the fallout from coronavirus. Operators have been plunged into crisis as passenger numbers have plummeted by a third, with commuters shunning train...
Emergency laws will give police the power to detain people infected with coronavirus as part of tough new measures to control the spread of the disease. The new legislation, which is expected to become law by the end of the month, will also enable the authorities to...
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