September 15, 2020

Perhaps remarkably, the government's proposed Internal Market Bill has overshadowed the COVID-19 question over the past few days. The bill is the government's response to what it says are EU threats to the ability of goods between Northern Ireland and the rest of the U...

August 15, 2020

The Government has responded to the petition – “Repeal the decision to implement compulsory face coverings in English shops”.

The response is as follows:

People must play their part to reduce the spread of the virus. Wearing a face covering helps this, giving people the...

July 31, 2020

Universal Credit is "failing millions of people", especially the vulnerable, according to a new report from peers.

The Lords' Economic Affairs Committee said that although it agreed with the government's aim for the scheme - to bring together multiple benefits into one...

July 28, 2020

United Airlines has no plans to retire aircraft following the devastating coronavirus crisis, saying it stands ready to resume normal services and to offer more long-haul flights to overseas destinations once travel restrictions lift.

On its quarterly analyst call on 22...

July 17, 2020

As reported by the Law Gazette yesterday, Justice Secretary Robert Buckland QC has indicated that legislation to abolish some jury trials could be passed within weeks. Buckland told MPs that judge-only trials might be needed to address a backlog of cases in the Crown C...

July 13, 2020

Reported in the Huffington Post, Boris Johnson will decide "in the next few days" whether face coverings will be mandatory in shops as the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted in England. Speaking on a visit to the London Ambulance on Monday, the prime minister said coverings h...

July 3, 2020

The Daily Telegraph reports that holidaymakers are to be cleared for take-off to 75 countries.

Individual air bridges will be effectively abandoned by the Government, as it emerged that as many as 75 countries will be on the first quarantine exemption list for British h...

June 25, 2020

Brits will be able to travel to some popular European countries from next week as the first 'air bridges' are set to be announced by the government with a series of holiday spots including Italy, France and Spain, expected to be declared safe for travellers. A quaranti...

May 28, 2020

Groups of up to six people will be able to meet outdoors in England from Monday 1 June, including in gardens and other private outdoor spaces, provided strict social distancing guidelines are followed. The Prime Minister announced the change as he set out a carefully-d...

May 21, 2020

As questions are being asked about the validity of the science behind Covid-19 and the appropriateness of the lockdown in the UK, Andy Martin and Kevan James pose their own queries for Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his government and ask; is liberty itself now under...

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