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Former health secretary tells Covid inquiry the country should have focused more on halting disease transmission
Almost every aspect of pandemic will be put under microscope in investigations expected to last until 2026
As well as probe into ex-health secretary, parliamentary watchdog looking at Tory MPs Scott Benton and Henry Smith
Leaked messages written by the UK’s hapless former health secretary suggest it might be
In the current political climate we need to double down on fundamental journalistic principles, not surrender them
The UK’s Covid-era health secretary is not so much incompetent as annoying
Contents of archive seized on by anti-lockdown campaigners ahead of public inquiry entering a more public phase
Response follows report accusing former health secretary Matt Hancock of rejecting expert advice on testing
Give your shirt and wear it too
What’s the story, non-fungible Tory?
UK prime minister accuses former health secretary of debasing politics through TV show appearance
Alphaville abhors politics, but loves exotic market prices
Matt Hancock’s reality television debut should mark the long hoped for end to Tory psychodrama
Plus: A Dick and a Johnson walk into a blockchain symposium
Former health secretary suspended ‘with immediate effect’ as allies defend ‘incredible opportunity’
Matt Hancock “is launching into the Metaverse”, with some quite perky pecs.
‘Impossible to have confidence’ deals issued to diagnostics company were done properly, says committee report
Matt Hancock has a new passion, and it’s not one of his aides this time.
UK Information Commissioner’s Office acts after ‘breach report’ from CCTV operator at health department
Ministers usually make final decision on appointments, despite part of role being to scrutinise government
Investigation seeks to unravel how the former health secretary came to be filmed, apparently unknown, in his ministerial office
If someone can tell bald-faced lies to their family and friends, why should we trust them to do their job?
The instance of a second leading lockdown advocate breaking the rules will have a permanent impact on UK government
Sajid Javid sticks to plan to return England to economic normality on July 19
Ministers, officials and parliament react to concern about what discussions might have been recorded