I thought I would have to take out a large onion to show emotion, but the tears almost came to my eyes anyway
My wedding is off — but I’m one of the lucky ones
Only the infectious would have to be kept at home
The UK government is adopting the South Korean approach
‘Lovely hair. I wouldn’t mind running my fingers through it, as long as he kept his mouth shut’
Hard-pressed consultants are reportedly being forced to swap news in WhatsApp groups about possible cutting-edge treatments
Johnson talked of firing up parts of the economy one by one with public health remaining the driving priority
Hawkishness on China is going to be one of the issues that binds together the new Tory electoral coalition
Over the next few days, testing kits are being sent to 20,000 randomly-selected households
Along comes a crisis that offers a Conservative government a historic chance to show that they care
In isolation, we can do nothing but trust — and if we disagree, at least do it nicely
The British government can afford to extend the transition process at no significant political cost whatsoever
We all know about ‘flattening the curve’, but are you comfortable yet with ‘fomite’?
The way we buy and sell things will change
The COVID crisis has split the cabinet into two groups
People have a completely false concept about the nature of science
The V-shape is premised on the expectation that a vertiginous demand-led recovery can be satisfied on the supply-side upstroke
As a doctor I am passionate about saving lives, but I am also passionate about preventing disability and improving people’s quality of life
Avoiding draconian lockdowns was perhaps not possible for many countries with insufficient testing or intensive care capacity
Should we be surprised that the British have been as zealous as the French in denouncing each other?
I have begun to suspect that the ‘poo’ in her breed name is not a reference to poodle but to something else
I can self-isolate fairly comfortably, but how easy is it if you are on the 15th floor of a tower block?
The accusation that Boris Johnson isn’t personally committed to the health service just won’t work now
In my hour of need, I reached out and found the hand of the British National Health Service holding mine