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Ciaran Jenkins is the Scotland Correspondent for Channel 4 News. He covers a wide range of stories, from home and social affairs to sport and technology. He has reported exclusively for Channel 4 News on international phone hacking scams and…
‘If you have 15 four or five-year-olds in the class it is impossible to social distance’ – National Education Union’s Mary Bousted
Teachers’ unions today met the government’s scientific advisers to discuss their concerns about plans to reopen schools in England on the 1 June.
England’s lockdown eased – with social distancing at garden centres and tennis courts
Springing back into life – garden centres. But only if you live in England or Wales. And if you are the golfing, fishing and tennis type, you were also in luck today as you are free to play once again – but only if you maintain social distancing in England. Our reporter Minnie Stephenson joined…
‘If we felt there was a problem, we wouldn’t have issued it to frontline staff’: Chair of Health Care Supplies Association on PPE
Earlier Matt Frei spoke to Mark Roscrow, the Chair of Trustees for the Health Care Supplies Association
Labour’s Liz Kendall says questions will be asked about ‘why the government has been so slow in focusing on this absolutely crucial issue of care homes’
From Leicestershire, the Shadow Minister for Health and Social Care, Liz Kendall spoke to Channel 4 News.
App is ‘one tool in suite of tools that will help us get back to some sense of normality’ – mathematician Hannah Fry
We speak to the mathematician Hannah Fry, who specialises in studying patterns of human behaviour.
UK’s official death toll is highest in Europe
The weekly release of death figures from the Office for National Statistics brings grim news today – confirming the deaths in the UK have now exceeded Italy, making ours the worst death toll in Europe.
‘Science advice is just that, it’s advice; politicians make decisions’ – Sir David King
The government has made it clear that any exit from lockdown will be absolutely guided by science, but the former chief scientific adviser, Sir David King, has now put together an independent committee of academics and experts to work out how best to navigate the long and complicated road ahead.
‘We have taken the triple hit of having a high death toll and economic costs and social costs’ – Prof Devi Sridhar
Earlier Cathy Newman spoke to Public Health professor Devi Sridhar, of the University of Edinburgh.
Social care ‘tends to be an afterthought – the second class service’, former pension minister says
Earlier Cathy Newman spoke to former pensions minister Baroness Altmann who now campaigns on issues surrounding social care – and Vic Rayner, Executive Director of the National Care Forum.
New data suggests official UK care home toll will rise
More than 18,000 people have now died in UK hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus.
Hospitals hit by shortage of protective equipment and crucial drugs
While the shortage of PPE in hospitals is well known, Intensive Care Units around the country are also running short of crucial drugs.
Finding human connections amid social distancing
For millions of people stuck at home an open window or a chat with a neighbour on a balcony or on the doorstep offers a chance for human connections.
Latest COVID-19 science updates: social distancing, neurological impacts, and cats
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, scientists are rushing to carry out and publish research which will help us understand how the virus works, and how the disease it causes can be treated.
NHS staff risking lives due to PPE shortage, says British Medical Association
Health care workers are risking their lives because they still don’t have the right protective gear, the British Medical Association has warned.
Classical music from the front room – Family of seven sibling musicians perform concerts online in lockdown
The young cellist Sheku Kanneh Mason is using his talent to entertain the nation from home.