Many are trying to survive in this horrible and tedious period of lockdown. Life is becoming beige. Every day feels the same. If you are one of the (so-called) lucky ones to be working from home, your mainly dull, but sometimes okay job is making you unsatisfied.
I heard that nineteen people had been arrested and a further ten fined after a group gathered to protest against coronavirus lockdown restrictions in Hyde Park, on Saturday.
With Europe now in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, the focus of the UK has dramatically shifted. While the consequences of Brexit on equalities groups stay a concern, the highest risk to the wellbeing of vulnerable groups in Britain, and around the world, comes from the novel Coronavirus.
In a way, the UK should have been the best-prepared country for the destructive force of Covid-19 on the economy. Throughout 2019 hardly a day went past without someone reminding us of the dangers of a cliff-edge Brexit.
The European Commission, on Monday (4 May), launched the coronavirus global response framework to raise €7.5bn to fight the virus.
The rumours started a week after Boris Johnson went into self-isolation in the top floor flat of No 11 Downing Street. The story, spread by the PM and his ministers, had so far been convincing.