Sunday 9 August

As the UK death toll reaches 46,574, this week started with no-nonsense senior scientist Sir Paul Nurse lambasting the secrecy which has dominated pandemic management: ‘Decisions are too often shrouded in secrecy. They need challenge and we need processes to ensure that happens. If they are going to keep the trust of the nation, theyContinue reading “Sunday 9 August”

Sunday 26 July

With the COVID19 death toll now reaching 45,738 (which would have seemed unbelievable back in March) it’s been a busy news week, starting with the long-awaited publication of the Russia Report, described by some commentators as ‘damning’. Following the appointment of Dr Julian Lewis to the chairmanship of the Intelligence and Security Committee, the imminentContinue reading “Sunday 26 July”

Sunday 5 July

As we enter the second half of 2020 and the UK COVID 19 death toll passes 44,000, it’s been another busy and dispiriting news week, dominated by the dithering and lack of consultation experienced by the other three UK nations around the ‘air bridges’ and quarantine policy. It makes a nonsense of the alleged ‘fourContinue reading “Sunday 5 July”