Comment: Little England’s big Covid problem
The UK government’s response to the coronavirus has been fatally shambolic
In late September, English schoolchildren were sent home with a letter from Public Health England, the official body in charge of dealing with the pandemic. It warned parents not to have their kids tested for Covid-19 unless they had one of three symptoms: a fever, a continuous dry cough, or a loss of smell or taste.
It was a puzzling message, given mounting evidence that the most common Covid-19 symptoms in children are in fact...
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Northern Ireland Protocol does not have to be ditched, says Gove
British cabinet minister strikes more conciliatory tone at House of Commons European scrutiny committee today following strident letter to EU last week
Comment: Relationship between Ireland and UK must not be soured by Brexit
Irish politicians must not resort to Brit-bashing as the neighbouring nations will continue to be of crucial importance to each other in future
Cameron was appalled by Bloody Sunday findings, memoir claims
A new political memoir claims that following the Saville report’s publication, the former British prime minister vowed to be apologetic in his response due to ‘disgraceful way the paratroopers behaved’
Bumbling bluffer or determined iconoclast? Which Boris Johnson is the EU facing?
Analysis: The live possibility that the UK prime minister might follow through on his threats gives Brussels and Dublin plenty to ponder