NHS Chief Says Coronavirus Vaccine Could Happen This Year

A coronavirus vaccine could be coming later this year, but the NHS Chief executive said that more could be done. A vaccine could be available between September and December this year, but even if it does, there are some practical questions about getting it delivered, because, to deliver it, tens of thousands of NHS workersContinue reading “NHS Chief Says Coronavirus Vaccine Could Happen This Year”

Tories Miss Coronavirus Target

Tory ministers have missed their target to get laptops to needy schoolchildren without computers at home. Gavin Williamson had alleged 230,000 laptops and tablets were on schedule to be issued by June 30, but the Education Secretary’s pledge fell short, as official figures show 202,212 were delivered or dispatched by that date. And despite schoolsContinue reading “Tories Miss Coronavirus Target”

Two Households May Be Permitted To Meet Indoors

Members of two households could soon be allowed to meet indoors, but they won’t be allowed to hug which Boris Johnson is expected to unveil, and he’s expected to announce the changes as well as confirming museums, art galleries and cinemas will open from July 4, along with pubs, restaurants and hairdressers. That would meanContinue reading “Two Households May Be Permitted To Meet Indoors”

Tories Have Systematically Stripped Support

The British children over the last decade have been systematically stripped of its support, and footballer Marcus Rashford has been called brave in his drive, urging ministers to change their decision not to award free school meal vouchers in England. But it shouldn’t take a high profile sportsman to disgrace the government into action, addingContinue reading “Tories Have Systematically Stripped Support”

The Government Must Face Inquiry

The last few months have been a solitary and challenging time for numerous households, with grandparents being isolated from their grandchildren and couples in different homes have not been able to see each other. Therefore, the gradual easing of lockdown in England to allow some people to meet in social bubbles has been a welcomedContinue reading “The Government Must Face Inquiry”

Boris Johnson Claims He’s Helped Hungry Children While Ending Their Free Meal Vouchers

Boris Johnson has defended a decision not to continue the free school meals voucher programme to disadvantaged children over the summer holidays. Labour leader Keir Starmer urged Boris Johnson to reverse the decision at Prime Minister’s Question but Boris Johnson declined and he stated that the £63 million local welfare fund will go to councilsContinue reading “Boris Johnson Claims He’s Helped Hungry Children While Ending Their Free Meal Vouchers”

Boris Johnson’s Sibling Rachel Ridicules Lockdown

What the dickens is going on? Even Boris Johnson’s sibling isn’t playing by his rules any more, staying overnight at her London residence and enjoying a bit of tennis, and it appears that radio hostess Rachel is attracting more contention for the embattled Prime Minister, dividing her time between her family farm and the metropolis.Continue reading “Boris Johnson’s Sibling Rachel Ridicules Lockdown”

Top Tory Reveals Government Chose Not To Test In Care Homes

A top Tory has revealed the government decided not to test people for coronavirus in care homes for more than a month while the pandemic unfolded, and now there are enormous concerns in care homes with at least 38 per cent of which have a COVID 19 outbreak with more than 11,000 deaths. And nowContinue reading “Top Tory Reveals Government Chose Not To Test In Care Homes”

Michael Gove Admits He can’t Promise all Teachers Will Be Safe

The dispute over reopening schools is mounting after top Tory Michael Gove declared he could ensure teachers would be safe, but then quickly declared they might get coronavirus. Questioned if he could ensure teachers would be safe when classrooms reopen, he answered yes, and that he’d talked to the chief scientific advisor for the government,Continue reading “Michael Gove Admits He can’t Promise all Teachers Will Be Safe”

Lockdown Easing Prompts Surge In The Number Of People Going To Parks

There’s been a surge in the number of people going to parks as lockdown relaxed. Footfall in UK parks shot up in recent days and is now higher than it was on some days just before lockdown started on March 23. More people also went to grocery stores and drugstores in recent days, as wellContinue reading “Lockdown Easing Prompts Surge In The Number Of People Going To Parks”