If an independent review cannot create the space for radicalism, then NHS England will be unlikely to yield anything better.
Work on the Health and Care Bill began in 2019, before the pandemic. It must reflect how conditions have changed.
The Government should engage local authorities and the 10,000 military personnel held at high readiness to provide increased resilience.
The key lesson from the Cambridge scheme is the importance of public support. Eighty per cent of students volunteered to take part.
Digital silos are slowing NHS staff down, causing unnecessary stress, and creating huge inefficiencies and security issues at the heart of the service.
Johnson will almost certainly decide to tough it out. But he will have a big problem if school returns prove tricky.
Those with cardiac conditions and other serious illnesses have, in many cases, been unable or too afraid to seek treatment.
But many noticed the absence of Patrick Vallance, who has criticised the idea that the working from home policy should change.
The Government is poised to reverse the trend to competition rather than collaboration that has marked healthcare policy for 30 years.
The coverage of death rates in this country has been lacking in nuance – leading people to have skewed perceptions of the UK’s performance.
We should not let dogma get in the way of greater efficiencies and better outcomes for patients and their families.