LAURA PERRINS: ‘Jab passports’ would fuel anti-vaxx madness

Amid the wintery gloom, a series of new vaccines have been justifiably hailed as the breakthrough against coronavirus. With Britain having ordered 357 million doses of seven different vaccines, at last there is real hope that the depressing cycle of lockdown and contagion could be broken next year. Yet, as the Mail reported yesterday, into … Read more LAURA PERRINS: ‘Jab passports’ would fuel anti-vaxx madness

LAURA PERRINS: ‘Jab passports’ would fuel anti-vaxx madness

Amid the wintery gloom, a series of new vaccines have been justifiably hailed as the breakthrough against coronavirus. With Britain having ordered 357 million doses of seven different vaccines, at last there is real hope that the depressing cycle of lockdown and contagion could be broken next year. Yet, as the Mail reported yesterday, into … Read more LAURA PERRINS: ‘Jab passports’ would fuel anti-vaxx madness

HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes at Christmas 

This is wonderful news for families everywhere: Minister of State for Social Care HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes this Christmas By Helen Whately, Minister Of State For Social Care Published: 01:24 GMT, 2 December 2020 | Updated: 01:24 GMT, 2 December 2020 Conservative MP and … Read more HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes at Christmas 

HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes at Christmas 

This is wonderful news for families everywhere: Minister of State for Social Care HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes this Christmas By Helen Whately, Minister Of State For Social Care Published: 01:24 GMT, 2 December 2020 | Updated: 01:24 GMT, 2 December 2020 Conservative MP and … Read more HELEN WHATELY hails decision to allow families to hug elderly loved ones in care homes at Christmas 

RUTH SUNDERLAND analyses the fallout as Debenhams and Arcadia go to the wall 

This is, without a doubt, the bleakest moment on Britain’s high streets since the Second World War. Only the demise of Woolworths, in the financial crisis of 2008, comes anywhere near to the tragedy this week as two of the biggest names in British retail have been brought to their knees. Once the grande dame … Read more RUTH SUNDERLAND analyses the fallout as Debenhams and Arcadia go to the wall 

ALEX BRUMMER: When it comes to the economic impact of the tier levels, No10 is flying blind

Finally MPs, the business community, employees and the rest of the country are discovering a terrible truth. When it comes to the economic impact of the tier levels that will determine the future of enterprise up and down the country during the coming months, the Government is clearly flying blind. Yesterday’s ‘impact statement’ was designed … Read more ALEX BRUMMER: When it comes to the economic impact of the tier levels, No10 is flying blind

GUY ADAMS: Why our farmers will find it so hard to swallow green zealots’ chaotic new rules

For anyone who cares about the countryside, and nature conservation, fixing the mess created by the destructive and wasteful EU system which has governed British agriculture since the 1970s is one of the great opportunities of Brexit. Yesterday, the Government announced its replacement — a seven-year plan with subsidies to encourage farmers to improve ‘the … Read more GUY ADAMS: Why our farmers will find it so hard to swallow green zealots’ chaotic new rules

David Boreanaz weighs in on the Angel or Spike debate with the Vampire Slayer fan Stacey Abrams

He’s the last major character to weigh in on the ongoing debate, and he’s respectfully disagreeing with a major political icon.  TV star David Boreanaz responded Monday to a debate reignited earlier this month by Stacey Abrams, the former Georgia gubernatorial candidate, revolving around an age-old conundrum from his beloved series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. After … Read more David Boreanaz weighs in on the Angel or Spike debate with the Vampire Slayer fan Stacey Abrams

GUY ADAMS: Why our farmers will find it so hard to swallow green zealots’ chaotic new rules

For anyone who cares about the countryside, and nature conservation, fixing the mess created by the destructive and wasteful EU system which has governed British agriculture since the 1970s is one of the great opportunities of Brexit. Yesterday, the Government announced its replacement — a seven-year plan with subsidies to encourage farmers to improve ‘the … Read more GUY ADAMS: Why our farmers will find it so hard to swallow green zealots’ chaotic new rules

As George Osborne admits he considered Beckham for high office, JAN MOIR reveals her picks 

News that David Beckham was suggested for a Sports Minister job has caused much hilarity across the land — but unease in the offices of Whitehall. It has given beleaguered ministers, whose positions are precarious at the best of times, something else to worry about. Something BIG to worry about. Something bigger than the pandemic, … Read more As George Osborne admits he considered Beckham for high office, JAN MOIR reveals her picks