Adam Boulton and guests assess how things are going for the government in the week a Premier League footballer forced a u-turn over free school meals in England and additional lockdown measures were eased to allow non-essential shops to re-open.
However, there is still no access to pubs, restaurants, theatres and hairdressers – not to mention the situation with schools. Confusion or an attempt to allow the public to exercise its judgement?
They also touch on the row over the merging of the Department for International Development and the Foreign Office as three former Prime Ministers put the boot in.
Joining Adam this week are The Times columnist Melanie Phillips, editor of politics.co.uk Ian Dunt
and Sky’s political correspondent Kate McCann.
Source: Read Full Article