Steve Barclay refuses to apologise fo Covid mistakes on LBC Sign up to receive our rundown of the day’s top stories direct to your inbox SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info The first major inquiry into the Government's handling of the pandemic was carried out by the health and science committees of the House of Commons, and echoes the claims made by Dominic Cummings months earlier. The 'Coronavirus: lessons learned to date' report has revealed that during the first few months of the pandemic, the Government followed the advice of scientific and medical advisers to strategize herd immunity in the UK, rather than working to protect as many people as possible. Related articles Tony Blair’s knighthood snub amid Queen's 'simmering resentment London panic as train crashes through barrier at Overground station ———————— The committee reported that the Government "made a serious early error in adopting" a "fatalistic approach". The inquiry read: “When the Government moved from the 'contain' stage to the 'delay' stage,… Read full this story
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