Police forces urged Brits not to break lockdown this weekend despite a 25C heatwave The UK death toll rose by 215 to 38,376 today Government advisers voiced concerns easing of lockdown measures from Monday Parents are warned to expect supermarket-style queues at school gates when they reopen Senior Tories demanded the 2m rule be scrapped to get Britain's pubs open again Mr Dowden said: "I can now make it official: football is coming back." … [Read more...] about Premier League to return as Government gives competitive sport behind closed doors the green light
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While English sport is now resuming, there was a reminder that opinion remains divided within the UK, as Professor Jason Leitch, a health official with the Scottish government, stressed that the proposed 1 August restart of the competitive football north of the border was only a target. He said: “I’m not sure people should write 1 August on their calendars quite yet. There’s a long way to go before 1 August … Don’t get overexcited.” … [Read more...] about English sport returns behind closed doors after government green light
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
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?