Clear milestones are needed to reassure people that action is being taken now to clear the backlog.
They will see both clinical and non-clinical staff supplement full-time workers during times of high demand.
Decision-makers are merely trying to appease those who would rather keep schools closed.
We have one of the best testing systems in the world. Our frustrations with it are, conversely, a reflection of its efficiency.
“I have been in this job 100 days, and I can tell you its my toughest one yet,” he says.
In the debate about face-to-face appointments, it gets forgotten that some patients prefer video and telephone consultations.
Despite being the world leader in vaccinations, Israel has seen immunity wear off. The UK government is taking note.
Hospitals across England are reportedly accommodating patients on the basis of gender rather than sex.
The view one takes of the PM and the Leader of the Opposition depends on whether one is by temperament a cavalier or a puritan.
The Shadow Health Secretary adds that Hancock has always been “truly courteous with me”.
The new Health Secretary tells the media “I was honoured to take up this position. I also know it comes with huge responsibility”.
Vaccine passports could become a Trojan Horse for a domestic pass. MPs must tread very carefully.
First, it should present future recommendations within a year. Next, on a longer timescale, it should look at what went wrong.
“It was the right thing to do”, argues the Health Secretary.
“We mustn’t give up now. We must follow these new rules and make sure that our actions today will save lives in future and help get our country through this.”