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At every stage the Prime Minister has acted too late, and now hospitals are bearing the consequences.
The government only tightens restrictions when the NHS is becoming overwhelmed, rather than taking pre-emptive action.
Trump's indifference towards Covid-19 is a near-perfect echo of the handling of HIV/Aids under Ronald Reagan.
There is no good reason for the Prime Minister to have shrouded his decision-making in darkness.
The coronavirus crisis may end sooner than many expect.
A Conservative MP has claimed that ethnic minority Britons, particularly Muslims, are not taking the coronavirus seriously. But the evidence is thin at best.
The levers pulled by the British government are similar to those being eyed by the devolved governments – but what has been left out?
If medical advances mean that society no longer needs to adapt to a prolonged period of social distancing, the case for ending the scheme in October becomes weaker.
The government must define their aims to prove the usefuness of target numbers.
To maintain suppression measures for months, businesses and individuals need much greater financial support.
The implicit logic of yesterday's statement is that the stories about how effectively South Korea has tackled the outbreak will give way to stories about its recurrence in that country.