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As Health Secretary Matt Hancock gave evidence to two House of Commons committees as part of their joint inquiry on the government’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis, what do health experts and professionals make of his many claims that the government made no mistakes during the pandemic?
How the government awarded contracts to private companies during the coronavirus pandemic, why it matters, and... will we ever know the truth?
Here is a fact check of today’s daily briefing. Is the government actually following the data, or even presenting the data accurately? TL;DR: The reality is in stark contrast to the rosy picture being presented by the government.
A journalist’s investigation has exposed illegal social dinners that are making a mockery of the strict coronavirus measures in France. An insult to all Covid victims, health workers and the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Fact-checking Children’s Minister Vicky Ford’s claim that it is not reckless to reopen all UK schools in the same week because parents and teachers are now more protected against Covid-19 thanks to the rollout of the vaccination programme.
On the misconceptions regarding asylum seekers pushed not only by anti-immigration activists and the media, but also the government. Reality is very different when you take the time to look at it.