More from Dominic Lawson for the Daily Mail... DOMINIC LAWSON: The return of the fox-killing barrister and a vainglorious bid to exploit the PPE crisis 11/05/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: What locked-in syndrome tells us about happiness in lockdown UK 03/05/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: We've been far too cosy with China, but a Tory revolt is fighting back 26/04/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: No, the coronavirus lockdown cure ISN'T worse than the disease - and here's why 19/04/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: Forget trendy 'nudge' theorists. It's the Queen who instinctively grasps our lockdown mood 12/04/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: Yes, we need experts but they're not the ones who must find a way out of this crisis 05/04/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: Our paper tiger leaders can threaten China all they like. But they'll be back dealing with them when this is over 29/03/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: Please can our politicians stop calling this a war. It's nothing like it 23/03/20 DOMINIC LAWSON: Jaws, freedom … [Read more...] about DOMINIC LAWSON: The firm words from my daughter that are just the prescription a glutton like me needs to help fight off corona
Sadiq Khan is accused of forcing Londoners onto packed Tubes... Labour Party apologises after posting pictures on a local... Drowning in debt: UK debt is ALREADY hitting £2tn with worse... A labyrinth of bollard-protected cycle lanes begins to crop... … [Read more...] about ANDREW PIERCE: Tories count the cost of the coronavirus curse as glitzy fundraising events are cancelled
'The people who make them may be the bee's knees at drawing, but they simply haven't the foggiest how to get from A to B. For that, you need to rely on good old tried-and trusted British common sense with a capital K!' … [Read more...] about CRAIG BROWN: ‘I’m not lost, guv — I’m Getting Things Done!’
At least it gives the Tories 12 months to find a credible candidate. Khan may think he's a shoo-in, but London is winnable for the Conservatives, as Boris proved, even though it's a Labour city. … [Read more...] about RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Genghis Khan lays waste to London as he declares war on mobility
If there was a patronising tone in Sheerman’s voice as he addressed Hancock, it might partly be explained by a widely held assumption that, as one of George Osborne’s former acolytes, the minister was one of David Cameron’s posh Notting Hill set. … [Read more...] about Hancock bristled. Not one single test, he affirmed, would have been possible without the private sector.HENRY DEEDES: Celery? Caffeine pills? Whatever Matt Hancock is on we all could use some!