Clear milestones are needed to reassure people that action is being taken now to clear the backlog.
The pandemic has destroyed the idea that macroeconomic problems can be solved by throwing more stimulus at things.
With better medicine – as well as the threat of more rebellions – it’s no wonder the Government is easing Covid restrictions.
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.
With hardly any debate, the Government wants to introduce legislation that will alter our way of life. Not if tens of Tory MPs have their say.
Policymakers should be asking themselves whose quality of life worsens thanks to the current unplanned mess.
This secondary option – should the NHS struggle during winter – is in no way as strict as the ones before.
In the debate about face-to-face appointments, it gets forgotten that some patients prefer video and telephone consultations.
Some surgeries are still refusing to see people in person. The Government is under huge pressure to change that.
Despite being the world leader in vaccinations, Israel has seen immunity wear off. The UK government is taking note.
Live, government-funded, out-of-school teaching provision can help level up education.
Hospitals across England are reportedly accommodating patients on the basis of gender rather than sex.
Furthermore, by allowing the Queen to do this, the Government has dragged the monarch into the political murk.