Rocco Forte tells Matt Hancock to quit for his ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy

Hotelier tells Matt Hancock to quit for his ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy and piles pressure on Health Secretary to answer questions about Commons bar row – as poll reveals only NINE per cent believe he didn’t break curfew Sir Rocco Forte says Hancock should pay for misguided lockdown with his job He says the Government’s virus … Read more Rocco Forte tells Matt Hancock to quit for his ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy

Where’s your mask, Matt? Health Secretary pictured in ministerial Range Rover WITHOUT face covered

Where’s your mask, Matt? Smirking Health Secretary is pictured in the back of his ministerial chauffeur-driven Range Rover WITHOUT his face covered despite Boris Johnson ordering ministers to cover up in Government vehicles By David Wilcock, Whitehall Correspondent For Mailonline Published: 14:56 BST, 19 October 2020 | Updated: 14:56 BST, 19 October 2020 Matt Hancock … Read more Where’s your mask, Matt? Health Secretary pictured in ministerial Range Rover WITHOUT face covered

Pub in locked-down Liverpool is renamed ‘The Three Bellends’

Pub in locked-down Liverpool is renamed ‘The Three Bellends’ with sign featuring faces of Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings and Matt Hancock The James Atherton in New Brighton, the Wirral, was renamed overnight   Daniel Davies, owner of the bar, changed the name in response to the lockdown Pubs across the area have been forced to close … Read more Pub in locked-down Liverpool is renamed ‘The Three Bellends’

Number 10 faces Commons revolt on 10pm pub curfew as it is accused of ‘dirty tricks’ tactics

Number 10 faces Commons revolt on 10pm pub curfew as it is accused of ‘dirty tricks’ tactics in attempt to AVOID a vote By David Wilcock, Whitehall Correspondent For Mailonline Published: 15:44 BST, 13 October 2020 | Updated: 15:44 BST, 13 October 2020 Tory MPs are set to mount a new revolt over the unpopular … Read more Number 10 faces Commons revolt on 10pm pub curfew as it is accused of ‘dirty tricks’ tactics

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Matt Hancock’s failures are no laughing matter

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Matt Hancock’s failures are no laughing matter By Mail on Sunday Comment for the Daily Mail Published: 07:56 BST, 11 October 2020 | Updated: 07:57 BST, 11 October 2020 Once again a leading supporter of imposing stringent rules on the rest of us has been caught not taking his own position … Read more MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Matt Hancock’s failures are no laughing matter

Robert Jenrick says Government considering mandatory masks in offices

Could face masks be made mandatory in offices? Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick says wearing coverings in workplaces ‘does have some benefit’ and it ‘will be taken into consideration’ Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick said face masks ‘have some benefit’ at work He said making them compulsory in offices ‘will be taken into consideration’ Comments represent a … Read more Robert Jenrick says Government considering mandatory masks in offices

Coronavirus UK: Thousands of ventilators bought at peak never used

Thousands of ventilators bought to treat Covid-19 patients are sitting in warehouses due to a lack of demand, the spending watchdog has revealed. Ministers prioritised ‘speed over cost’, meaning they paid 50 per cent over the odds for foreign-supplied machines, the National Audit Office (NAO) found. In one case, 750 ventilators purchased at a cost of … Read more Coronavirus UK: Thousands of ventilators bought at peak never used

Government will use saliva-based tests to check 4.5million people a day

Spit for Britain! Government will use saliva-based tests to check 4.5million people a day for Covid by December as part of £100bn Operation Moonshot Companies putting forward ideas make ‘3.0 million saliva collection kits per day’ Saliva test allows people to avoid uncomfortable swabs currently being used Operation Moonshot pledged increase tests by around 12-fold by … Read more Government will use saliva-based tests to check 4.5million people a day

Matt Hancock announces childcare exemption for local lockdown areas

Grandparents WILL be allowed to look after their grandchildren in local lockdown areas after Matt Hancock announces a childcare exemption on household mixing ban Local lockdowns have seen residents told not to meet up with other households But Health Secretary Matt Hancock today announced a childcare exemption  Means households will be allowed to mix if … Read more Matt Hancock announces childcare exemption for local lockdown areas

Coronavirus screening results take up to 15 days to come back for care homes

New care homes testing disgrace: Coronavirus screening results take up to 15 days to come back… and swabs are even thrown away because couriers fail to collect them Care homes are waiting up to 15 days for Covid test results, the Daily Mail reveal Results should be processed within 24 hours but the system is … Read more Coronavirus screening results take up to 15 days to come back for care homes

Matt Hancock lapel badges to honour efforts in tackling Corona are undelivered

Health secretary Matt Hancock promised 1.4million care workers lapel badges to honour their efforts in tackling Corona… but they STILL haven’t been delivered five months on The green Care badges would get same recognition and benefits as NHS staff Just 90,000 of them have been dispatched – the rest are gathering dust in boxes Care Badge … Read more Matt Hancock lapel badges to honour efforts in tackling Corona are undelivered

Matt Hancock denies that government didn’t plan for spike in testing demand

Matt Hancock has denied the Government failed to plan for a surge in demand for coronavirus tests, and claimed the spike at up to four times capacity was ‘very, very hard to predict’. Batting off criticism, he blamed the public of applying for tests when they didn’t have symptoms and accused Britons in self-isolation of … Read more Matt Hancock denies that government didn’t plan for spike in testing demand

Care home residents ‘dying of loneliness’ as testing delays expose ‘huge staff shortages’

Vulnerable people living in care homes are ‘dying of loneliness,’ as they’re deprived from seeing families due to lockdown, while delays in testing have exposed ‘huge staff shortages,’ in the sector, it has been claimed. Baroness Ros Altmann, a former Minister of State for pensions, welcomed Matt Hancock‘s announcement yesterday that care home residents would … Read more Care home residents ‘dying of loneliness’ as testing delays expose ‘huge staff shortages’