Too many other countries, and the World Health Organisation, remain stubbornly wedded to one-size-fits-all approaches that ignore the latest evidence.
Our strong sense is that our competitors – we cite France particularly – are more focussed on choosing nominees who might be expected to advance national interests on the world stage.
The new variant is a reminder that the world is in it “together” when it comes to beating the virus.
Despite being the world leader in vaccinations, Israel has seen immunity wear off. The UK government is taking note.
Governments which recognise vaping’s potential to lower smoking rates and save lives should make that case strongly at COP9.
The studies that Public Health England cited offered limited evidence of their effectiveness outside clinical settings.
The signs are beginning to emerge that the Biden presidency is taking the Wuhan theory seriously.
Divergence from the EU on vaping and smokefree products is a quick win from leaving the EU that will improve public health.
The British government has been commendably muted on the behaviour of von der Leyen and other politicians.
Across the world’s poorest counties, it is predicted that at least 90 per cent of people in 67 low-income countries won’t get vaccinated this year.
We should double down on Product Development Partnerships, which are alive and well in the field of public health.
WHO special envoy says it is “wonderful” that the UK’s “bravery” in spacing out vaccine doses “seems to be associated with even greater protection”.
Lockdown has heightened OCD sufferers’ symptoms and hampered their treatment. There is a fierce urgency for innovation.
We deceived ourselves into thinking that as China grew richer, its political system would become more democratic.
Publishing the figures will underline that Ministers are striving to be balanced. Never mind how it looks, though: better statistics will lead to better decisions.