Johnson could call a vote on no confidence in himself or he could try legislating to repeal the Fixed Term Parliament Act. Today's agenda:What I am reading:Happy second anniversary to London Playbook, written by the talented and sleep-deprived Jack Blanchard … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn faces election date dilemma
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He added: “Look at the most recent figures: we’re actually allowing our fishermen now to land more plaice, more cod. Over the last five years, the UK-landed fish has actually increased by 20%.” … [Read more...] about British fishermen set to have better non-EU trading deals post Brexit
Layla McCay Layla McCay joined the NHS Confederation as Director of International Relations in May 2018 following a medical career and a decade of leadership roles in international public health and health systems policy. … [Read more...] about Who is on Question Time tonight, May 28?
Are NHS staff getting the protective gear they need?Another is for staff to reuse "(washable) surgical gowns or coveralls or similar suitable clothing (for example, long-sleeved laboratory coat, long-sleeved patient gown or industrial coverall) with a disposable plastic apron for AGPs (aerosol-generating procedures) and high-risk settings with forearm washing once gown or coverall is removed". … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Concern over protective kit guidance change
Richard told Sky News on Saturday morning: “Nazanin telephoned the prosecutor’s office and no news, got told to call back again next week. Clearly there’s no decision so we’ll be back in touch again next week with the prosecutor’s office to see if there’s any news.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus UK LIVE: Fears over second wave of Covid-19 deaths as lockdown measures set to ease and deaths hit 38,376