The Prime Minister’s refusal to rule out a further lockdown is concerning for society and particularly for my patients.
A study is being used to justify more Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, a scheme that will hit plumbers, electricians and other tradesmen hardest.
“I do”, he says, when Andrew Marr asks him who’s to blame – but he points out that London has had better uptake than other global cities.
That there may be as many as three investigations into Saturday’s events on Clapham Common tells us much we need to know.
It is better for the Government to demonstrate the statistical evidence for them (if there is enough) rather than force compliance.
With their huge majority from last year, courage is expected of Ministers. For all our sakes, they must speak out.
There are three main factors at work – genetics, plus cultural and social factors. And it’s not possible at present to disentangle the mix.
Johnson’s critics who accuse him of Islamophobia are either confused or disingenuous. Their tactics harm mainstream Muslims.
Here are five priorities. Sort out the extremism mess. Get an immigration policy move-on. Beef up your Windrush review. Don’t mess with ID cards. Or identity politics. Oh, and P.S…
The result changes nothing on Heathrow – or Brexit.
I would count it a no-score draw. But the setting, the personnel, much of the audience and the tone felt, to me, very London-flavoured.
It is a terrible indictment that practically no-one can name the chairman of London Conservatives. Is there such a person?
If it doesn’t contain a workable definition, the law of unintended consequences will follow.
Plus: Hooligans shame the name of West Ham. Team Corbyn spins the local elections. And: Is Ruth Davidson actually Alec Douglas-Home in disguise?
The Prime Minister managed, without sounding feeble, to admit that he is fallible.